|“||You are the inescapable result of your tragedy. Just as I... am the inescapable result of you.||„|
|~ The Über-Morlock|
|“||We all have our time machines, don't we? Those that take us back are memories. Those that carry us forward...are dreams.||„|
|~ The Über-Morlock's last words before his final fight with Alexander Hartdegen in the time machine and meeting his demise by rapidly aging and turning to dust.|
The Über-Morlock is the main antagonist in the 2002 remake of The Time Machine. He is one of the leaders of the Morlocks.
The Time Machine (1960)
Already in the 1960 film, the Über-Morlock with a similar death scene appeared, however that one was never specifically depicted as the Morlock's leader.
The Time Machine (2002)
The Über-Morlock is encountered by time traveler Dr. Alexander Hartdegen in the year 802,701, when he steals his time machine, he is a member of the telepathic ruling class of the Morlock world who are a race of underground humanoids descending from us after the moon broke forcing them to live underground, they feed on the peaceful human race of the Eloys that live on top. The Uber morlock is superior and controls the minds of the other members of his species telepathically. He meets his death when he is suddenly pulled by Alexander into the time machine and a fight breaks out, he dies by rapidly aging when Alexander pushes him outside of the machine's sphere of influence before Alexander entered the year 635,427,810.