Alan Young was called as the ‘Charlie Chaplin of television’ by ‘TV Guide.’ He is renowned for his performance in ‘Mister Ed.’ For over three decades he was the voice of Disney’s ‘Scrooge McDuck.’ He bagged in two ‘Emmy Awards’ for ‘The Alan Young Show.’ ‘Margie’ marked his film debut. Some of his most popular film credits include ‘The Great Mouse Detective,’ ‘Tom Thumb,’ ‘Mr. Belvedere Goes to College,’ ‘The Time Machine,’ ‘Androcles and the Lion,’ ‘Mickey’s Christmas Carol,’ ‘The Cat from Outer Space,’ ‘Gentlemen Marry Brunettes,’ ‘DuckTales The Movie: Treasure of The Lost Lamp,’ etc. Some of his noteworthy television credits include ‘The Steve Allen Show,’ ‘Battle of The Planets,’ ‘The Smurfs,’ ‘Batman: The Animated Series,’ ‘Coming of Age,’ ‘Gibbsville,’ amongst various others.
Loosely adapted from H. G. Wells 1895 novel The Time Machine, the film follows Dr. Alexander Hartdegen, a professor, scientist and inventor. After loosing his fiancée, he devotes himself to building a time machine so that he can travel back in past and prevent her murder. When he fails to change the past, he travels into future and comes across human races that he has never imagined.