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The Golden Age of Disaster Cinema

A Guide to the Films, 1950-1979

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The Golden Age of Disaster Cinema by Nik Havert
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From the 1950s through the 1970s, disaster films were among the most popular on any genre. Audiences loved the thrill and spectacle of these movies, many of which were quite glamorous for their time. Many disaster films were derided by critics, but yielded tremendous box office receipts and became audience favorites and cult classics. Others launched careers of many who would go on to produce, direct, or star in some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. The genre was popular worldwide, inspiring filmmakers in Japan, England, Italy, Canada, Germany, Croatia, and other nations to follow suit. The Golden Age of Disaster Films is a guide to disaster films of this golden age of sinking ships, burning buildings, massive earthquakes, outbreaks of animal madness, and viral pandemics. Featuring over 40 interviews with actors, actresses, producers, stuntmen, special effects artists, and others who worked on these films, as well as vintage photos, lobby cards, and production stills, The Golden Age of Disaster Films is a fascinating look into the often overlooked genre of disaster cinema.

Author Biography

Nik Havert is a police detective, writer, radio DJ, horror host and martial arts instructor from Nappanee, Indiana. He has self-published dozens of comics books and his fiction work has been published in multiple short story anthologies.
Release date Australia
December 30th, 2018
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Pages
215
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
McFarland & Co Inc
ISBN-13
9781476667300
Product ID
28254907

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