CONELRAD 100: Atomic Films
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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: THE UNKNOWN WORLD

An underground classic


UNKNOWN WORLD

DIRECTOR: Terry O. Morse
YEAR: 1951

A diverse group of scientists, including a woman referred to in expository narration as an "ardent feminist," form the Society to Save Civilization. Using a burrowing craft (the Cyclotram), they embark on a journey to the center of the earth to seek out a safe haven for civilization in the event of nuclear war. Ultimately, it is decided that the earth's core just isn't a very habitable place and peace is the only true solution to the world's problems.

AMAZON product link: THE UNKNOWN WORLD

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