SummaryWhen the United States and the Soviet Union simultaneously set off nuclear explosions, the London Daily Express begins to report on bizarre weather changes around the world. But when the reporters dig deeper, they discover that the blasts have knocked Earth off its axis and sent it hurtling towards the sun. Now, as scorching heat and devastating floods plague the planet, cities explode in chaos and mankind is left with one last hope: a final massive detonation that will either re-balance Earth's orbit or destroy our world forever.
Nuclear explosions -- Environmental aspects -- Drama.
Weather -- Drama.
Science fiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Issy-les Moulineaux, France?] : Troy, MI :Studio Canal ;2001
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment,
Munro, Janet, 1934-1972.
McKern, Leo, 1920-2002.
Judd, Edward, 1932-2009.
Goodliffe, Michael, 1914-1976.
Braden, Bernard, 1916-1993.
Anderson, Gene Henry.
Asherson, Renee, 1915-2014.
British Lion Films.
Anchor Bay Entertainment, Inc.
Janet Munro, Leo McKern, Edward Judd, Michael Goodliffe, Bernard Branden, Reginald Beckwith, Gene Anderson, Renée Asherson, Arthur Christiansen.
Director of photography, Harry Waxman ; editor, Bill Lenny ; music, Stanley Black, Monty Norman.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Title from container.
Originally released as motion picture in 1961.
Special features include: audio commentary with Val Guest and journalist Ted Newsom; theatrical trailer; TV spots; radio spots; still gallery; Val Guest bio.
DVD, Dolby digital mono, Region 1 encoding.
1 videodisc (99 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.