CONELRAD 100: Atomic Films
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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: THE WORLD, THE FLESH, AND THE DEVIL

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THE WORLD, THE FLESH, AND THE DEVIL

DIRECTOR: Ranald MacDougall
YEAR: 1959

Harry Belafonte, Inger Stevens and Mel Ferrer are seemingly the last three people on earth following a sodium radiation attack by an unnamed force. Belafonte - who was in a mine shaft when the attack occurred - ventures to New York City and wanders the impressively deserted streets until he discovers Inger Stevens. Before they become too involved, Ferrer shows up and a contest soon escalates between bachelor #1 and bachelor #2 that concludes with them stalking each other through Manhattan.


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

ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
BOMBPROOF
Some may have thought that it was wonderfully civic minded of the Burroughs Corporation to sponsor a film about vital records storage as a component of civil defense, but when 'Bombproof' suddenly turns into an infomercial for the microfilm industry, the company's true motive becomes quite clear.
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