Made in 1964 and starring John Hoyt. First, I’ve never been sure whether the title is a spelling mistake or that it is the American way. The Time Travelers, to me, should read The Time Travellers. Perhaps one of our American members can enlighten me? The movie itself tells the tale of a group of scientists intent on creating a window into the future and peeking through. Due to some unforeseen accident (I can’t quite remember what), they inadvertently create a door into the future and step out into some kind of post-apocalyptic Earth with much subterranean goings-on. This post is all done from my faint memory but I seem to recall it reminded me somewhat of The Time Machine with the Eloi and the Morlocks…but I could be wrong. Anyway, I was only about ten years old when I saw this movie for the first (and only) time. What really sticks in my mind is the ending. I won’t give away the details but, suffice to say, I found it intriguing enough for it to live on in my mind xxxx decades later. So, here’s the crux of the situation. I’m a collector of movies. There’s no specific logic to my collection, no theme….. nothing like that at all…..just movies that, for whatever obscure reason, appeals to me. The Time Travelers is one I’ve always coveted (fully aware of the fact that after so many years searching for it I am likely to be wholly disappointed when I finally re-visit this film). Still, that’s life…..full of little disappointments and anti-climaxes. And I have found a copy. It’s from a reputable dealer, it’s cheap but it’s on DVD-R. It has never been released on DVD although it did have a run on VHS in the early 80s. I’m pretty sure that this DVD is a pirate transfer from videotape. I’ve always had a policy of only buying the proper product and currently have no pirate copies within my collection. So, what do I do? Go for it and finally get my film or wait in the hope that, one day, it might gain a proper release on DVD? Keep in mind that it might never gain a release. I have to say, I really want a copy of this movie but I’m extremely reluctant to go against my conviction. People, the floor is yours.