ATOMIC AGE: Birthday Party

One year old last week, the Atomic Age was offered, as one of its birthday presents, Atomic Power!, the first moving picture to portray it not as cloak-&-Geiger-counter melodrama but as deadly serious historical fact. MARCH OF TIME, with the cooperation of 20-odd scientists, who appear in the picture, has retraced and re-enacted the main publishable stages in its cause and towards its possible cure. The motion in charts and animation makes newly graphic the basic principles of fission; shots heretofore unreleased to the screen suggest some of the effects, including, as...

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