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Time After Time is a 1979 American fantasy film, and the debut of writer and director Nicholas Meyer. Meyer's screenplay is based largely on the novel of the same name by Karl Alexander (which was unfinished during the time the film was made) and a story by the latter and Steve Hayes. The film concerns British author H. G. Wells and his fictional use of a time machine to pursue Jack the Ripper into the 20th century.
In 1893 London, popular writer Herbert George "H.G." Wells (Malcolm McDowell) displays a time machine to his skeptical dinner guests. After explaining to his guests how it works (including a 'non-return key' that keeps the machine at the traveler's destination, and a "vaporizing equalizer" that keeps the traveler and machine on equal terms), police constables arrive at the house searching for Jack the Ripper. One of the constables finds a bag, with blood stained gloves, belonging to one of Herbert's friends, a surgeon named John Leslie Stevenson (David Warner), whom they are unable to locate in the house, and realize that he might be the infamous killer. Wells then races to his laboratory where he finds the time machine now missing.
Stevenson had escaped to the future