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Revision as of 20:44, September 28, 2011

2002 Time Traveler

Alexander Hartdegen, also known as The Time Traveler, as he appears in The Time Machine (2002 film).

The Time Traveler, also known as George, Moses, Alexander Hartdegen, and other names, is a scientist who is the inventor of The Time Machine. He's also a temporal explorer, using his time machine to explore different times and realities.




True Name

The Time Traveler's real name was never given in the original novel, and so various adaptations have given him many different names.

In Continuity

Sources that try to maintain continuity with the original novel have given him the following names:

Other Continuities

Alternate versions of the time traveler include:

In "Time Kid", the character of the Time Traveler is split into two characters: the father, who invents the Time Machine, and the son, Tom Spender, who uses it to visit the future.

  • Dr. Radnor (first name unknown, Morlocks)

Appearances

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