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Global thing: The Day After (1983)



 
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created on: 16/05/2024
by: Lo55o (12587)
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Displayed (non textual) :
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Displayed (written) info :
THE DAY AFTER
Movie Genre :
Drama
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Sci-Fi
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Series / Storyarcs :
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Movie Type :
Film
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Color & sound :
Color
Originally released :
1983
Language - Spoken :
English
Rating :
MPAA (US) PG – Parental Guidance Suggested
Running time :
127
Movie credits (on artwork) :
Actor : JoBeth Williams
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Actor : John Cullum (Actor And Singer)
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Actor : John Lithgow
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Directed By : Nicholas Meyer
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Producer : Robert A. Papazian [Robert Papazian]
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Written By : Edward Hume
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Presented By : ABC Motion Pictures
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End credits (not on artwork) :
Casting By : Hank McCann
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Casting By : Ross Brown
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Director Of Photography : Gayne Rescher
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Film Editing By : Robert Florio
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Film Editing By : William Paul Dornisch
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Music By : David Raksin
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Description (by producer & GT in English only) :
The effects of a devastating nuclear holocaust on small-town residents of eastern Kansas.
Notes :
The Day After is an American television film that first aired on November 20, 1983, on the ABC television network. The film postulates a fictional war between the NATO forces and the Warsaw Pact over Germany that rapidly escalates into a full-scale nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union. The action itself focuses on the residents of Lawrence, Kansas, Kansas City, Missouri, and several family farms near American missile silos. The cast includes JoBeth Williams, Steve Guttenberg, John Cullum, Jason Robards, and John Lithgow. The film was written by Edward Hume, produced by Robert Papazian, and directed by Nicholas Meyer.

More than 100 million people, in nearly 39 million households, watched the film during its initial broadcast. With a 46 rating and a 62% share of the viewing audience during the initial broadcast, the film was the seventh-highest-rated non-sports show until then, and in 2009 it set a record as the highest-rated television film in US history.

The film was broadcast on Soviet state television in 1987, during the negotiations on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. The producers demanded the Russian translation conform to the original script and the broadcast not be interrupted by commentary.

Most versions of The Day After include a textual ending disclaimer just before the end credits, stating that the film is fictional and that the real-life outcome of a nuclear war would be much worse than the events portrayed onscreen.
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Item number : 63647

Submitted by : Lo55o (12587)
on : 16/05/2024
Refined by : Lo55o (12587)
Last updated on: 16/05/2024