NUCLEAR WAR FILMS

Edited by Jack G. Shaheen

Foreword by Marshall Flaum

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS
Carbondale and Edwardsville

Feffer & Simons, Inc.
London and Amsterdam

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Notes on Contributors xix
  • Part 1 - Feature Films 1
  • 1 - The Beginning or the End 3
  • 2 - Five 11
  • 3 - Hiroshima, Mon Amour 17
  • 4 - The World, the Flesh, and the Devil 25
  • 5 - On the Beach 31
  • 6 - The Day the Earth Caught Fire 39
  • 7 - Panic in Year Zero 46
  • 8 - Ladybug, Ladybug 51
  • 9 - Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 58
  • 10 - Fail Safe 68
  • 11 - The Bedford Incident 76
  • Part 2 - Documentaries And Educational Short Films 81
  • 12 - A Thousand Cranes: Children of Hiroshima 83
  • 13 - War in Short 86
  • 14 - The Decision to Drop the Bomb 93
  • 15 - Countdown to Zero 101
  • 16 - The War Game 109
  • 17 - Footnotes on the Atomic Age 116
  • 18 - "NET Journal": Hiroshima-Nagasaki 123
  • 19 - Hiroshima: A Document of the Atomic Bombing 127
  • 20 - Hiroshima-Nagasaki -August, 1945 132
  • 21 - To Die, To Live 138
  • 22 - Rumours of War 146
  • 23 - Arms and Security: How Much Is Enough? 151
  • 24 - Only the Strong 157
  • 25 - And When the War Is Over -- The American Military in the 70's 163
  • Distributors and Credits 175
  • Notes 185
  • Index 191
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