Atomic Nucleus
Animation of atomic nucleus.
1954 SOVIET NUCLEAR TEST FOOTAGE RELEASED - 1993
A film is released from Soviet Military archives showing an atomic bomb test near the Russian village of Totskoye on September 14, 1954. Villagers not yet evacuated and troops run through the dust created by the bomb and tanks are overturned by the explosion.
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Atomic Blasts: Latest films Released Show...Tests
1950s
b&w newsreel part 1 - sound - US Army film about atomic testing - rocket launches, atomic blast - soldiers jump from helicopters - move up hill with weapons - on camera narrator intro to film - soldiers march in Paris - 1945, Hiroshima atom bomb - devastation - B-52 flies - A-Bomb explosion - atomic artillery fires - missile takes off - nuclear weapon
ATOMIC EXPLOSIONS
BARS AND TONE. B&W VS UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL: "US FIRES BIGGEST A-BOMB". VS BALLOON LIFTS AN A-BOMB AT THE YUCCA FLATS PROVING GROUND IN NEVADA DURING A TEST. VS SPECTATORS WEARING HEAVY SUNGLASSES. CR:30 MAN WATCHES AN ATOMIC BLAST. CR:47 B&W WAR DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL FILM: "THE ATOM STRIKES". VS ATOMIC BLAST LIGHTS UP THE MORNING SKY ON JULY 16, 1945. VS BLAST FROM THREE DIFFERENT CAMERA ANGLES. VS JAPANESE TROOPS ON TANKS IN A PARADE. CR:144 NO SOUND. LS ATOMIC BLAST IN THE DESERT. GOOD SHOT AS THE MUSHROOM SHAPED CLOUD RISES WITH A CACTUS IN THE FG. CR:200 ATOMIC EXPLOSION AT SEA. VS ATOMIC EXPLOSIONS. CI: WEAPONS: ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR, A-BOMB. MILITARY: ARMY, FOREIGN, JAPAN.
VINTAGE ATOMIC BOMB IMAGERY 1950 - 17
THIS IS A COMPLETE B-ROLL AND FILE SELECTION OF EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE 1950’S ATOMIC BOMB SCARE.
This Day In History: A-Bomb; 08/08/00
THIS DAY IN HISTORY 08/09/45 A-BOMB NAGASAKI: Vintage Color film footage of an Atomic Bomb blast (supposedly on Nagasaki Japan); Vintage BW footage of a WWII bomber taking off and flying; Bombadier looks through sites
Selected Originals - A-BOMB CLOSE UP (aka BIGGEST U.S. ATOM BLAST!)
Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "A-Bomb Close Up" 52/36. <br/> <br/>Some different material from the newsreel - American voiceover. <br/> <br/>(Original American title - superimposed - Biggest U.S. Atom Blast!) <br/> <br/>Yucca Flats, Nevada, United States of America. Atomic bomb tests. <br/> <br/>Coaches carrying journalists arrive at atomic test site. Security men stop coach. Journalists get off. CU Sign "US Atomic Energy Commission - Nevada Proving Ground - Camp Mercury". CU sign "Secrecy is the word to Remember". Journalists get off bus and gather for test. LV. Lorry loads of troops moving into position. GV. Troops marching towards slit trenches. GV. Troops marching towards slit trenches, helicopter overhead. Aerial, target area on marked on ground. This is a test for an air burst weapon. MV. Men marching into slit trenches. SV. G.I.s in slit trenches. CU. Two G.I.s in trench. SV. Two G.I.s in slit trench. CU. G.I. holding helmet in trench. SV. G.I.s holding on helmets. CU. Wrist watch. Aerial, target area on marked on ground. MV Cameraman with film camera. CU. G.I. LV. Officer putting on goggles. <br/> <br/>GV. Explosion - no sound. CU. Smoke of mushroom cloud. Explosion, camera rocks. LV. Pan up column of smoke to mushroom. LV. Slow motion: A-bomb explodes, bending rocket trails and explosion. Good shots of the flash shown on soldiers sitting watching. <br/> <br/>G.I.s looking at smoke. SV. Two G.I.s in slit trench looking at smoke of bomb. LV. Troops marching into affected area. SV. G.I. using Geiger counter. LV Troops marching forwards. Aeroplane flies overhead parachutes open below it. Parachutists land and move off. Pan up mushroom cloud from Atomic bomb.
Scientists examine biological effect of atomic bombings in Hiroshima.
Film titled 'Biological studies at Hiroshima' determining biological effects of the atomic bomb damage in the city of Hiroshima. Animated chart shows various distances from epicenter. Demolished buildings due to atomic blasts. Blast effect of atomic bomb showing damage to vegetation. Destroyed area of Hiroshima. Damage to trees. Damage to citrus trees and fruit. Damage caused to shrubbery. Various views of damage to plants. Animation shows heat rays spreading towards various distances. Damage to vegetation around Gokuku Shrine. Scientist examines plants and bushes. Damage to plants and leaves. Scientists dig earthworms and examines them. (World War II period). Location: Hiroshima Japan. Date: September 25, 1945.
Pathe
US tests atomic bomb on Enewetak Atoll in Marshall Islands
BRITAIN FIRES A-BOMB NO. 2
PENNEY DR. W.G. BRITAIN'S TOP ATOMIC SCIENTIST KNIGHTED - NOW SIR WILLIAM PENNEY. SECOND ATOM BOMB EXPLOSION IN WOOMERA. <br/> <br/>Woomera, Australia. <br/> <br/>GV. Pan desert scenes showing Malga trees. <br/> <br/>Shot of bomb exploding and mushroom cloud rising. <br/> <br/>3 weeks previously - library footage of Sir William Penney putting on bush hat alongside York aircraft. Penney posing for photographers (S.V.) SV. Progress experts looking at charts. CU. Pan, progress experts looking at charts. Steel tower in testing area. Duncan Sandys visits. <br/> <br/>Film cameras are set up to record explosion. SV. Newspaper headline. Atom Men await right wind. GV. Dust storm on airfield. English and Australians working together to check data. CU. Mr. H. Ashton. (An Australian Expert.) Balloons set off to check air conditions. <br/> <br/>SV. Penney awaiting explosion. LV. Explosion. Penney in foreground. LV. Explosion and Penney gives O.K. signal hit by blast. Rockets fired into radioactive centre of cloud. Various shots of the smoke cloud. Men look at the cloud through binoculars and sunglasses. <br/> <br/>(Dupe. Neg. - (Title E.) <br/> <br/>Note: Not available for Stills or T.V. - C.O.I. letter dated 14 12 53 for Newsreel only
fast light trails
fast moving lights with trail
VINTAGE ATOMIC BOMB IMAGERY 1950 - 16
THIS IS A COMPLETE B-ROLL AND FILE SELECTION OF EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE 1950’S ATOMIC BOMB SCARE.
AFTERMATH DESTRUCTION CAUSED BY ATOMIC BOMB - HD
Over aftermath footage of the Hiroshima bomb blast, VO says "An atomic bomb destroys or injures in three way by blast, heat and radioactivity." Note Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. Pillarbox. Available in all display formats.
The 90's, episode 110: COMPILATION
02:04 Erika Becker by Eddie Becker. Erika talks to her father about her Several Policy [Cerebral Palsy]. She explains what the disease does and how it made her feel. What's the worst part of having a handicap? I think being made fun of. That really hurts. Inside, even grownups treat me differently... but that's because I'm different. 13:43 Muddy Waters by Tom Weinberg, 1981. An interview in which Muddy Waters explains the roots of rock 'n roll. 13:59 Rock and Roll Controversy. Old black and white film clips that highlight the generational gap surrounding the emergence of rock 'n roll. Rock 'n roll is cool, daddy, and you know it! 14:35 Promotional compilation for the band Johnny Clegg and Savuka by Globalvision/South Africa Now, featuring news reports, music videos, and interviews. 18:38 Studs Terkel Interviews critic Dave Marsh at WFMT. Marsh talks about the importance of Southern racial politics in the emergence of rock 'n roll. 20:08 1989 CLIO Award-Winning Commercial for the Tate Gallery in Liverpool, G.B. 24:02 David Halberstam commentary by Tom Weinberg and Skip Blumberg. Halberstam talks about how young people today are going to compete with people from around the world for jobs that their parents were almost guaranteed. The new definition of national security is... 'How good is your high school graduate?' The easy affluence has gone; other nations have caught up... slice of middle class is slimmer... Americans are now competing with people their age from Osaka, Beijing, Singapore, Jakarta etc. 26:05 Uncle Sam Falls by Bill Stamets. A humorous clip where a mannequin dressed as Uncle Sam topples over and people scramble to right him. 26:41 Quayle Watching. During a speech Dan Quayle is heckled. 26:55 Yuppie Rap by Bill O 'Neil. A music video for a song that parodies the young urban professionals of the 1980's. 30:43 Washington Homeless Demonstration Marchers demonstrate in Washington D.C. for affordable housing. 32:49 Voices from the Sidewalk. Scott Kelman is the artistic director of Pipeline, Inc., an arts program for the homeless. He talks about politics and the future. Homeless people read poetry in Skid Row. 37:47 Henry Moore Sculpture. A teacher talks to teenagers about the first self-sustained nuclear chain reaction while standing at the site where it occurred on the University of Chicago's campus. 38:24 Disarmament Survey by Skip Blumberg. A boy in New York discusses his fear of world nuclear proliferation. 39:18 Duck and Cover. A 1950's educational film advising how to react to an atomic bomb blast. 1:46 Brazilian TV by Wendy Appel and Alan Barker. Brazilian actress Christine Nazareth gives us the inside scoop on Brazilian TV: the stars, the most popular programs, and the politics. 45:54 Guns and Women. Joe Cummings reports from an Orland Park, IL shopping mall, where women are going to a shooting range called Target Masters. Cummings investigates this increasing phenomenon of women learning to shoot guns. 49:48 Advice Ladies by Skip Blumberg. Women give advice on the streets of New York City.
[Atomic Blasts-Latest Films Released Show Series of Tests, 3/53] Yucca Flats, Nevada: Ext. LS airfield. Int. communications room, men don goggles. CU men. Look out windows. Atomic Blast. One man looks away. Mushroom cloud. Planes seen falling apart. After blast, men out on field inspect planes for damage. VS plane wrecks. Plane passes over camera (bomber), in a bomb run. CU pilot. CU bomadeer. HAS target. Bomb detonates, cloud seen from air. Cloud from ground.
Japanese survey team studies direction of blast wave in city after atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan.
Film titled 'Shadow' shows Atomic bomb damage to the city of Hiroshima in World War 2. Demolished concrete and granite building. Burned concrete. Sealed and burned granite. Damaged electric pole. Shadows on large gas tank caused by turn valve and pipes. Shadow of ladder on tank. Burned back of chairs in room. Burn shadow image of a pedestrian who had been walking on Yorozuya Bridge at the time of the blast. A man stands over the shadow showing the leg stride visible in the shadow. Shadow of railing on concrete bridge. Damaged railings on bridge. Shadow on railings. Study of direction of blast and radiation. Animated chart of blast effect. Credit association building roof, Japanese physicists checking for point of detonation and working. Japanese survey team checks shadow on building. Epicenter as seen from window of building. Survey team checks railing on building. Demolished steel gas tank. Shadow of turn valves on tanks. Japanese soldiers and civilians walk near shrine. Survey team checks monument. Sealed granite monument and instrument used in surveying. Japanese survey team with compass. Animated charts on damage. Animated charts showing distance of various places from point of detonation. Location: Hiroshima Japan. Date: September 21, 1945.
1950s
b&w newsreel part 4 - sound - US Army film about atomic testing - instructor explains how to recognize an atomic blast and how the mushroom cloud forms, says it's a beautiful sight, talks about the blast, the heat and the radiation - animation shows how the blast, the heat and the radiation of a mushroom cloud works
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DOCUMENTARIES
GHOC
1953 experiment uses "Doom Town" to determine effects of atomic bomb blast on US homes, citizens
[Atomic Blasts-Latest Films Released Show Series of Tests, 3/53] Yucca Flats, Nevada: Ext. LS airfield. Int. communications room, men don goggles. CU men. Look out windows. Atomic Blast. One man looks away. Mushroom cloud. Planes seen falling apart. After blast, men out on field inspect planes for damage. VS plane wrecks. Plane passes over camera (bomber), in a bomb run. CU pilot. CU bomadeer. HAS target. Bomb detonates, cloud seen from air. Cloud from ground.
Paramount
Soldiers deploy to desert to study effects of atomic blast at Nevada Proving Grounds
PA-0707 Digibeta
Atomic Bomb Blast Effects