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The Atomic City(1952)

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  • Atomic City Worth Viewing

    • Ted
    • 2/7/09

    I first saw the picture when it was released in 1950-51 when I was young boy. The chase scenes amongst the indian ruins of New Mexiso remained in my memory.I went to work at Los Alamos in the 1970s and had that movie in the back of my mind but never saw it again until it was run last night.It was interesting that they used the actual "front security gate" of Los Alamos and the Puye indian ruins nearby for some of the scenes as well as Santa Fe. The other scenes of Los Alamos were made elsewhere however.It was interesting that the physicist was referred to as Dr. by his colleagues. We always called each other by first name but I guess they had to make sure the audience knew the stature of the principle character.The plot is believable and reasonably done especially for the period.

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