INVASION USA
Mr. Ohman sifts through the ephemera

INVASION USA: Tour de Force of Atomic Filmmaking
GERALD MOHR: Top Five Films
INVASION USA: Ephemera & Reviews
INVASION USA: Press Book
INVASION USA: Audio Clips
REDEMPTION: 50 Years Later

RELATED LINKS
SOVIET AMERICA: The Fear of What Might Have Been

IF THE BOMB FALLS: A Recorded Guide to Survival

THE COMPLACENT AMERICANS: The Classic Civil Defense 'Scare' LP

OPERATION ALERT BUFFALO: Buffalo Blitz of 1956
ATOMIC SECRETS: Direct to Your Desktop

Rest in Peace Mr. Ohman - Dan O'Herlihy
Dan O'Herlihy in a classic headshot - inscribed to CONELRAD

It is with great sadness that we note the passing of a friend of CONELRAD. Oscar-nominated actor Dan O'Herlihy, 85, succumbed to natural causes at his home in Malibu, CA. on Thursday, February 17th. In 2002 Mr. O'Herlihy was kind enough to indulge CONELRAD's questions about his early B-movie role as the mysterious, brandy-swirling "seer," Mr. Ohman, in the 1952 motion picture INVASION USA. The grand Irish thespian has now joined his less accomplished IUSA co-stars Gerald Mohr, Peggie Castle, Robert Bice, Wade Crosby and Erik Blythe at that great cocktail saloon in the sky. Godspeed!


'Ground Zero' for INVASION USA - the bar!

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