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Old Mar 2, 2010, 09:20 AM   #1
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Science Fiction Films in the 1930s

1930
  • Alraune (Richard Oswald, 1930)
  • The Voice from the Sky [Serial] (Ben F. Wilson, 1930)
  • Just Imagine (David Butler, 1930)

1931
  • Frankenstein (James Whale, 1931)
  • End of the World (Abel Gance, 1931)

1932
  • F.P.1 Antwortet Nicht (Karl Hartl, 1932)
  • Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Rouben Mamoulian, 1932)
  • Island of Lost Souls (Erle C. Kenton, 1932)
  • 6 Hours to Live (William Dieterle, 1932)

1933
  • Der Tunnel (Kurt Bernhardt, 1933)
  • The Invisible Man (James Whale, 1933)
  • It's Great to Be Alive (Alfred L. Werker, 1933)
  • Men Must Fight (Edgar Selwyn, 1933)

1934
  • Gold (Karl Hartl, 1934)
  • Master of the World (Harry Piel, 1934)
  • Once in a New Moon (Anthony Kimmins, 1934)
  • The Vanishing Shadow (Lew Landers, 1934)

1935
  • Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935)
  • Aerograd (Aleksandr Dovzhenko, 1935)
  • Air Hawks (Albert S. Rogell, 1935)
  • The Lost City (Harry Revier, 1935)
  • The Phantom Empire (Otto Brower, B. Reeves Eason, 1935)

1936
  • Things to Come (William Cameron Menzies, 1936)
  • Flash Gordon (Frederick Stephani, 1936)
  • Ghost Patrol (Sam Newfield, 1936)
  • The Invisible Ray (Lambert Hillyer, 1936)
  • The Man Who Changed His Mind (Robert Stevenson, 1936)
  • Undersea Kingdom (B. Reeves Eason, Joseph Kane, 1936)

1937
  • Non-Stop New York (Robert Stevenson, 1937)

1938
  • The Fighting Devil Dogs [Serial] (William Witney, John English, 1938)
  • Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars [Serial] (Ford I. Beebe, Robert F. Hill, 1938)
  • The Secret of Treasure Island (Elmer Clifton, 1938)

1939
  • Buck Rogers (Ford I. Beebe, Saul A. Goodkind, 1939)
  • The Man They Could Not Hang (Nick Grinde, 1939)
  • The Phantom Creeps [Serial] (Ford I. Beebe, Saul A. Goodkind, 1939)
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Old Sep 23, 2011, 08:41 PM   #2
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Re: Science Fiction Films in the 1930s

Humphrey Bogart in "The Return of Doctor X" (1939)
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