Universe was made by the famed "Unit B" group at the National Film Board of
Canada in 1960--NOT for Expo 67. The directors were Roman Kroitor and Colin
Low and the producer was Tom Daly. Kubrick used the narrator of Universe as
the voice of HAL, the computer in 2001. Some consulting work was also
provided by the NFB. Universe was, at the time, the largest-selling film in
the NFB's ample inventory, with many sales reportedly going to NASA.
Gene Walz
University of Manitoba
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