THE DAY AFTER: Composite promotional still with stars in front of a post-attack downtown Lawrence street
The President's Voice Is Missing: 'DAY AFTER' 25th Anniversary Special

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the ABC network broadcast of the controversial nuclear war film THE DAY AFTER, CONELRAD is presenting a special multimedia 'Atomic Secret' that addresses the little known controversy surrounding the vocal similarities of the fictional U.S President as heard in a post-attack radio speech in the movie and the real U.S. President at the time THE DAY AFTER was first aired, Ronald Reagan.

CONELRAD's "The President's Voice is Missing" recounts the brief history of the Presidential voice issue and allows the public for the first time to view both the original video sequence from the November 20, 1983 broadcast and the de-Reaganized version that has been used in all subsequent airings and home video releases of the film.

Enjoy.
THE DAY AFTER: A post-attack John Lithow listens to the President





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