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Race, Ethnicity and Nuclear WarRepresentations of Nuclear Weapons and Post-Apocalyptic Worlds$

Paul Williams

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Filmography

Atomic Train (Trimark, 1999) Dir. David Jackson and Dick Lowry; Prod. Michael R. Joyce; Dir. of Photo. Steven Fierberg; Sc. D. Brent Mote, Phil Penningroth and Rob Fresco; starring Rob Lowe, Kristin Davis, Esai Morales, John Finn and Mena Suvari.

Birth of a Nation (Epoch Producing, David W. Griffith Corporation, 1915) Dir. D. W. Griffith; Prod. D. W. Griffith and Harry E. Aitken; Dir. of Photo. Billy Bitzer; Sc. D. W. Griffith and Frank E. Woods; starring Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh, Violet Wilkey, Miriam Cooper and Josephine Crowell.

Cherry 2000 (Orion Pictures, 1987) Dir. Steve De Jarnatt; Prod. Edward R. Pressman and Caldecot Chubb; Dir. of Photo. Jacques Haitkin; Sc. Michael Almereyda; starring Melanie Griffith, David Andrews and Ben Johnson.

Crocodile Dundee (Rimfire Films, 1986) Dir. Peter Faiman; Prod. John Cornell; Dir. of Photo. Russell Boyd; Sc. Paul Hogan, Ken Shadie and John Cornell; starring Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon and David Gulpilil.

Cruise Missile (also known as Missile X – Geheimauftrag Neutronenbombe) (Eichberg Film, Cinelux-Romano Film, Cineluce, Mundial Films, Noble, 1979) Dir. Leslie H. Martinson; Prod. Ika Panajotovic; Dir. of Photo. Claudio Catozzo; Sc. Clarke Reynolds and Elio Romano; starring Peter Graves and Curd Jürgens.

Day the World Ended (Golden State and ARC, 1956) Dir. Roger Corman; Prod. Roger Corman; Dir. of Photo. Jock Feindel; Sc. Lou Rusoff; starring Richard Denning, Lori Nelson, Adele Jergens, Mike Connors and Paul Birch.

Def-Con 4 (New World, Salter Street Films, Dark Eye Film, 1984) Dir. Paul Donovan; Prod. Michael Donovan, Paul Donovan and Maura O'Connell; Dir. of Photo. Douglas Connell and Les Krizsan; Sc. Paul Donovan; starring Lenore Zann, Maury Chaykin, Kate Lynch and Kevin King.

Destination Moon (George Pal Productions, 1950) Dir. Irving Pichel; Prod. George Pal; Dir. of Photo. Lionel Linden; Sc. Rip Van Ronkel, R. A. Heinlein and James (p.268) O'Hanlon; starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, Dick Wesson and Erin O'Brien-Moore.

Deterrence (Moonstone Entertainment, TF1 International, Battleplan, 1999) Dir. Rod Lurie; Prod. Marc Frydman and James Spies; Dir. of Photo. Frank Perl; Sc. Rod Lurie; starring Kevin Pollak, Timothy Hutton and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Fail Safe (Sidney Lumet Productions, Columbia Pictures, 1964) Dir. Sidney Lumet; Prod. Max E. Youngstein; Dir. of Photo. Gerald Hirschfeld; Sc. Walter Bernstein; starring Dan O'Herlihy, Walter Matthau, Frank Overton, Ed Binns and Henry Fonda.

Five (Columbia, 1951) Dir. Arch Oboler; Prod. Arch Oboler; Photo. Ed Spiegel, Louis Clyde Stoumen and Arthur L. Swerdloff; Sc. Arch Oboler; starring William Phipps, Susan Douglas, James Anderson, Charles Lampkin and Earl Lee.

Frantic (Mount Company, Warner Brothers, 1988) Dir. Roman Polanski; Prod. Thom Mount and Tim Hampton; Dir. of Photo. Witold Sobocinski; Sc. Roman Polanski and Gérard Brach; starring Harrison Ford, Betty Buckley, John Mahoney, Jimmie Ray Weels and Yorgo Voyagis.

Invaders from Mars (Edward L. Alperson Productions, 1953) Dir. William Cameron Menzies; Prod. Edward L. Alperson; Dir. of Photo. John F. Seitz; Sc. Richard Blake; starring Helena Carter, Arthur Franz and Jimmy Hunt.

King Kong (RKO Radio Pictures, 1933) Dir. Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack; Prod. Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack; Cine. Eddie Linden, J. O. Taylor and Vernon Walker; Sc. James Ashmore Creelman and Ruth Rose; starring Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot and Frank Reicher.

Mad Max (Mad Max, 1979) Dir. George Miller; Prod. Byron Kennedy; Cine. David Eggby; Sc. George Miller and James McCausland; starring Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Steve Bisley and Tim Burns.

Mad Max II (also known as The Road Warrior) (Kennedy Miller Productions, 1981) Dir. George Miller; Prod. Byron Kennedy; Cine. Dean Semler; Sc. Terry Hayes, George Miller and Brian Hannant; starring Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Mike Preston, Max Phipps and Vernon Wells.

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (also known as Mad Max III) (Kennedy Miller Productions, 1985) Dir. George Ogilvie and George Miller; Prod. George Miller; Dir. of Photo. Dean Semler; Sc. Terry Hayes and George Miller; starring Mel Gibson, Tina Turner, Bruce Spence, Angelo Rossitto and Helen Buday.

The Mouse That Roared (Open Road Films, 1959) Dir. Jack Arnold; Prod. Carl Foreman, Jon Penington and Walter Shenson; Dir. of Photo. John Wilcox; Sc. Roger MacDougall and Stanley Mann; starring Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg, William Hartnell, David Kossoff and Leo McKern.

Neon City (Neon Productions, 1992) Dir. Monte Markham; Prod. Wolf Schmidt; Sc. Buck Finch, Jeff Begun and Monte Markham; starring Michael Ironside, Vanity, Lyle Alzado, Lee Purcell and Richard Sanders.

On the Beach (Lomitas Productions, 1959) Dir. Stanley Kramer; Prod. Stanley Kramer; Photo. Giuseppe Rotunno; Sc. John Paxton; starring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire, Anthony Perkins and Donna Anderson.

The Peacemaker (DreamWorks SKG, 1997) Dir. Mimi Leder; Prod. Walter Parkes and Branko Lustig; Dir. of Photo. Dietrich Lohmann; Sc. Michael Schiffer; starring George Clooney and Nicole Kidman.

Red Dawn (United Artists, Valkyrie Productions, Sidney Beckerman Productions, 1984) Dir. John Milius; Prod. Barry Beckerman and Buzz Feitshans; Dir. of Photo. Ric Waite; Sc. John Milius and Kevin Reynolds; starring Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson and Charlie Sheen.

(p.269) The Shoes of the Fisherman (MGM, George Englund Enterprises, 1968) Dir. Michael Anderson; Prod. George Englund; Dir. of Photo. Erwin Hillier; Sc. James Kennaway and John Patrick; starring Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier, Oskar Werner, David Janssen and Vittorio De Sica.

Studio 64: The Crunch (ATV, 1964) Dir. Michael Elliott; Prod. Stuart Burge; Sc. Nigel Kneale; starring Harry Andrews, Maxwell Shaw, Wolfe Morris, Anthony Bushell and Peter Bowles.

Tank Girl (Trilogy, United Artists, 1995) Dir. Rachel Talalay; Prod. Pen Densham, Richard Barton Lewis and John Watson; Dir. of Photo. Gale Tattersall; Sc. Tedi Sarafian; starring Lori Petty, Ice-T, Naomi Watts and Don Harvey.

Threads (BBC, Network 9, Western World TV, 1984) Dir. Mick Jackson; Prod. Mick Jackson; Photo. Andrew Dunn and Paul Morris; Sc. Barry Hines; starring Karen Meagher, Reece Dinsdale and David Brierly.

Tomorrow Never Dies (Danjaq LLC, United Artists, Eon, United Artists, MGM, 1997) Dir. Roger Spottiswoode; Prod. Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson; Dir. of Photo. Robert Elswit; Sc. Bruce Feirstein; starring Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher and Ricky Jay.

True Lies (Lightstorm Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, 1994) Dir. James Cameron; Prod. Stephanie Austin and James Cameron; Dir. of Photo. Russell Carpenter; Sc. James Cameron; starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton and Tia Carrere.

Until the End of the World (also known as Bis ans Ende der Welt) (Australian Film Finance, Road Movies, Argos-Films, Village Roadshow, Phanos Development, CNC, Région Languedoc-Roussillon, 1991) Dir. Wim Wenders; Prod. Anatole Dauman, Paolo Branco and Jonathan T. Taplin; Dir. of Photo. Robby Müller; Sc. Michael Almereyda, Peter Carey and Wim Wenders; starring Solveig Dommartin, William Hurt, Sam Neill and Max von Sydow.

Victory through Air Power (Walt Disney Productions, 1943) Dr. H. C. Potter, Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney and James Algar; Prod. not attributed; Dir. of Photo. Ray Rennahan; Story Adapt. T. Hee, Erdman Penner, William Cottrell, Jim Bodrero, George Stallings and José Rodriguez; starring Major Alexander P. de Seversky and Art Baker.

Walkabout (Max L. Raab and Si Litvinoff Films, 1970) Dir. Nicolas Roeg; Prod. Si Litvinoff; Dir. of Photo. Nicolas Roeg; Sc. Edward Bond; starring Jenny Agutter, Lucien John, David Gumpilil and John Meillon.

World Gone Wild (Apollo Pictures, World Gone Wild, 1988) Dir. Lee H. Katzin; Prod. Robert L. Rosen; Dir. of Photo. Don Burgess; Sc. Jorge Zamacona; starring Bruce Dern, Catherine Mary Stewart, Michael Paré and Adam Ant.

The World, the Flesh, and the Devil (Sol C. Siegel Productions, HarBel, 1959) Dir. Ranald MacDougall; Prod. George Englund; Dir. of Photo. Harold J. Marzorati; Sc. Ranald MacDougall; starring Harry Belafonte, Inger Stevens and Mel Ferrer.

Television Series and Documentaries

Dirty War. Dir. Daniel Percival. Prod. Luke Alvin. BBC 1. 26 Sept. 2004.

To Mars by A-Bomb: The Secret History of Project Orion. Dir. not attributed. Prod. Christopher Sykes. BBC 2. 12 Nov. 2003.

24. Dir. Stephen Hopkins, Winrich Kolbe and Bryan Spicer et al.; Prod. Cyrus Yavneh and Andrea Newman et al.; starring Kiefer Sutherland, Elisha Cuthbert, Dennis Haysbert and Mary Lynn Rajskub. Fox Television Network. 6 Nov. 2001–24 May 2010.