TITLE: DISASTER AT SILO 7
DISASTER IN SILO 7
DIRECTOR: Larry Elikann
Made-for-TV drama based on a real-life 1980 nuclear accident at a Titan II missile silo in Arkansas. Shot at an actual Titan site, the facts, as presented, are riveting, and the personal lives, and beliefs, of the technicians involved rather loopy. After the talent finishes chewing up the last atoms of scenery, the moral of this story is: use the right tool for the job or you'll blow your warhead 600 feet into the weeds.
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After the U.S. government experienced a PR backlash of sorts with its promotion of family fallout shelters (the private shelters sparked a lively moral debate about whether it was OK to shoot your neighbor if he tried to force his way into your end-of-the-world abode), public shelters became the official survival vehicle for the nation.
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