DIRECTOR: Guy Hamilton
The James Bond series has featured many atomic scenarios over the years, but GOLDFINGER is the most ingenious (or if you prefer, absurd). The movie pits 007 against a super villain whose master plan is to irradiate Fort Knox thus making his own gold stockpile 1,000 times more valuable. Sean Connery spends some tense moments handcuffed to a nuclear device.
ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
OUR CITIES MUST FIGHT
Archer's other civil defense film ('Duck And Cover' being the more well known) is a ponderous examination of the dangers of civilians abandoning an A-bombed city. The story is presented as a dialog between two men, one of whom seems to be perpetually smoking and re-lighting a pipe, sitting in a poorly lit office.
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