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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: SAVAGE MUTINY

Jungle Jim flips for his African 'Bikini'


SAVAGE MUTINY

DIRECTOR: Spencer Gordon Bennet
YEAR: 1953

Johnny Weissmuller stars as "Jungle Jim" (think Tarzan, but with a slightly better education) in this Bikini atoll-inspired installment of the series. With the able assistance of a chimpanzee (think Cheetah, but with a slightly better education), Tarzan, er, Jim must battle Communist agents while trying to relocate natives off an island needed by the US for atomic tests.


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ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA
Produced for the CIA. One of the more direct film titles that we've encountered.
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