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Duane Benson
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re: What’s the best time-travel book/film ever?
Duane Benson   3/22/2011 6:08:25 AM
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You've picked some good ones. I haven't read The End of Eternity for probably 25 years, but it's still fairly fresh in my memory. I'd put that very high on my list of time travel books/movies, if not number one. I think I'll hunt down a copy and read it again. A Sound of Thunder is very good as well. I just re-read that one a few months ago while revisiting a couple of Bradbury short story collections. The movie that comes to mind is rather predictable and campy, but I liked it. The Final Countdown. The U.S.S Nimitz gets sucked into a time vortex, arriving off Hawaii on the Eve of the Pearl Harbor attack.

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re: What’s the best time-travel book/film ever?
Max The Magnificent   3/22/2011 12:09:51 AM
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Come on, you know that you're bursting to tell me about the ones I missed...

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