Rod Taylor


Rod Taylor

Biography

Life Events

Photo Collections

Time Machine, The - Poster Painting
Here is a shot of one of the original paintings used in advertising The Time Machine (1960). It was painted by Reynold Brown and was the most prominent piece used for promotion; one place it appeared was on the 1-Sheet movie poster.
World Without End - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from Allied Artists' World Without End (1956). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
The Time Machine - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from The Time Machine (1960). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
36 Hours - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are some photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of 36 Hours (1965), starring James Garner, Rod Taylor, and Eva Marie Saint.
The Birds - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
The Birds - Movie Posters
Here are a few original-release American movie posters from Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963), starring Tippi Hedren.

Videos

Movie Clip

Time Machine, The (1960) - No Paradise Having crash landed the machine upon making the big leap to the year 802701, George (Rod Taylor) explores what appears to be unpopulated living space, where much will transpire, in George Pal's The Time Machine, 1960.
World Without End (1956) - Contact Was Suddenly Lost A mushroom cloud, credits and a fair checklist of mid-1950's considerations bearing upon a manned mission to Mars, also introducing scientist Borden (Hugh Marlowe) and crew (Nelson Leigh, Rod Taylor, Christopher Dark), in World Without End, 1956, from writer and director Edward Bernds.
World Without End (1956) - Exponential Time Displacement Aided in another escape from one-eyed humanoid goons on the surface, Galbraithe (Nelson Leigh) and crew (Hugh Marlowe, Rod Taylor, Christopher Dark) have their suspicions confirmed by Timmek (Everett Glass), who has a skeptical colleague (Booth Colman) and a mini-skirted daughter (Nancy Gates), in World Without End, 1956.
Raintree County (1957) - Do I Shock You? Professor Stiles (Nigel Patrick) on a pre-graduation picnic, tells John (Montgomery Clift), Nell (Eva Marie Saint) and the class of their Indiana town's mythic roots, early in Raintree County, 1957, from the celebrated novel by Ross Lockridge Jr.
Raintree County (1957) - These Damn Dolls Tumult in Indiana on the night of Lincoln's election, as John (Montgomery Clift) insults Garwood (Rod Taylor) then tries to rescue his troubled wife Susanna (Elizabeth Taylor) in Raintree County, 1957.
Raintree County (1957) - Picture-Taking Orgy In the opening scene, Professor Stiles (Nigel Patrick), Nell (Eva Marie Saint), Garwood (Rod Taylor) and John (Montgomery Clift) are introduced, in Edward Dmytryk's Civil War saga Raintree County, 1957.
Time Machine, The (1960) - It Became Intoxicating His first voyage, New Year's Eve 1899, "George" Wells (Rod Taylor, as an enhanced version of the author H.G. Wells) travels forward in time, in George Pal's The Time Machine, 1960.
Hotel (1967) - I Detest You! Quick look at many in the all-star cast, Richard Conte as house detective Dupere looking into a car accident, Rod Taylor as his manager McDermott, Merle Oberon and Michael Rennie as the duke and duchess hiding we're-not-sure-what, Karl Malden the thief, in Hotel, 1967, from an Arthur Hailey novel.
Hotel (1967) - I Need Men Like You Another intrepid single location shot by director Richard Quine, as buyout mogul O’Keefe (Kevin McCarthy, with aides Clinton Sundberg and Jack Donner) comes after New Orleans hotel manager McDermott (Rod Taylor) with an offer, in Hotel, 1967, from the Arthur Hailey novel that was also the basis for the 1980’s ABC TV series.
Hotel (1967) - Too Damn Good For That Vulture! Early scene, loyal young manager McDermott (Rod Taylor) visits his boss Trent (Melvyn Douglas), owner of the struggling St. Gregory in New Orleans. in Hotel, 1967, from an Arthur Hailey novel.
Hotel (1967) - We Invoke Thy Blessing Character sketching from Arthur Hailey’s novel, as hotel buyout artist O’Keefe (Kevin McCarthy), on site in New Orleans, with assistants Clinton Sundberg and Jack Donner, and with cutaways to his disinterested French mistress (Catherine Spaak), goes biblical, in Hotel, 1967.
Sunday In New York (1964) - Hello, Lover! Rod Taylor is on the train from Philadelphia, Jane Fonda is riding to Manhattan on the Metro North line and Cliff Robertson is landing his TWA jet at Idlewild, with the jaunty opening tune sung by Mel Torme, in Sunday In New York, 1964, directed by Peter Tewksbury.

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