Atomic Attack (1950)
A family living 50 miles away try to flee from the fallout of an atomic bomb that fell on New York City.
Duck and Cover (1951)
This iconic film short was produced by the US Government to teach school aged children what to do in the event of a nuclear attack.
Yankee Go Home (1953)
An overview of soviet and communist block propaganda in the early '50s
Lets Face IT (1954)
This government film shows some of the systems in place during the US-USSR Cold War to inform and protect the nation in the event of a nuclear attack.
A Day Called X (1957)
Portrays a simulated evacuation of Portland, Oregon, when threatened by a nuclear attack on its state-of-the-art civil defense system.
Red Threat (1962)
Universal Newsreel coverage of President Kennedys speech regarding the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962.
The Wall (1962)
A government film about the construction of the Berlin Wall and its effect on the people of the city.
The Road to the Wall (1962)
This 1962 documentary details the rise of communism in the Soviet Union and other nations, culminating in the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961 and its effect on the people. Narrated by James Cagney.
Red Nightmare (1962)
A man takes his American freedoms for granted, until he wakes up one morning to find out that the United States Government has been replaced with a Communist system. The basis for this short film, narrated by Jack Webb, is the alleged Soviet re-creation of US communities for the purpose of training infiltrators, spies, and moles.