Things To Come Original UK Photograph Behind The Scenes POA
Special effects director Ned Mann, and Uncredited Harry Zech Special effects!
A cut out from a 10×8.
Likely for the newspaper.
Things to Come (London Films 1936).
This 1936 science fiction film was produced by Alexander Korda and directed by William Cameron Menzies, with the screenplay written by H.G. Wells as a loose adaptation of his own 1933 novel, “The Shape of Things to Come,” and his 1931 non-fiction work, “The Work, Wealth and Happiness of Mankind.” Predictions of the world’s future, from the prescient visions of World War II to the wildly imaginative ideas of life in 2035, fill this great and epic British production. Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, and Cedric Hardwicke star in this look one hundred years ahead, with events ranging from global war to devastating plague to ultra-modern reconstruction.