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

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