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Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sixties audiences may have been blissfully unaware of the dangers of global warming, but that's what this imaginative 1961 sci-fi yarn is effectively about. As a result of nuclear testing the Earth has wound up spinning towards the sun, which causes a catastrophic shift in weather conditions and signals certain doom for mankind. Despite being in black and white, the film still feels very modern and just as believable as recent Hollywood global disaster epics.
This resource is suitable for Key Stage Three cross curricular teaching using the film The Day the Earth Caught Fire.
Ecological disaster movie, as the rapid onset of global warming envelopes America under a new Ice Age, forcing sam to try and survive arctic New York.
Cold war nuclear fears are put into perspective by the dramatic arrival of peaceful alien Klaatu and his silver robot Gort in this classic sc-fi.
Classic 1950s sci-fi film in which a doctor from a small Californian town discovers its citizens are being replaced by identical-looking aliens.
Disaster film about an oil driller called on to go into space to plant a nuclear warhead in an asteroid to destroy it before it can destroy Earth.
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