CONELRAD 100: Atomic Films
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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: GOLDFINGER

GOLDFINGER

DIRECTOR: Guy Hamilton
YEAR: 1964

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.

AMAZON product link: GOLDFINGER

CONELRAD 100 | 81-100 | 61-80 | 41-60 | 21-40 | 1-20

ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING
While many film scholars may point to Gene Hackman's break-out role in 1967's BONNIE AND CLYDE as the cinematic vehicle that molded him into the kind of thespian that INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO host James Lipton salivates over, CONELRAD has discovered another role that no doubt made him the performer he is today: "Regional Field Officer" in 1966's COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING, a government civil defense film. Yes, the future Popeye Doyle once appeared in an atomic safety film.
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