The H. G. Wells film from 1936 is filled with seminal classic science fiction design themes, from the Roman influenced costumes, to the sleek futuristic city which bears an uncanny resemblance to modern shopping malls.
The following images from the film are an important part of the mileau by which our "Metropolis" designs should be influenced.
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!-three art deco equipment
!-four worker helmet
!-five a machine room
!-six massive construction site
!-seven gigantic machine
!-eight city of the future
!-nine expansive office
!-ten Romansque costumes--male
!-eleven telephone watch
!-twelve more costumes
!-thirteen costumes closeup One
!-fourteen costumes closeup Two
!-sixteen city view
!-seventeen rocket launch pad
!-eighteen huge aircraft
!-nineteen small aircraft
!-twenty flight suit
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