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Invasion U.S.A. (1952)

Invasion U.S.A. (1952)

Invasion U.S.A.





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The fear of communism and the threat of nuclear war provide the basis of this propaganda drama. The trouble begins when a stranger enters a New York bar and convinces the people that an atomic bomb has been dropped on America. The reactions of the frightened people vary widely.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Robert Smith
In Theaters:
On DVD: Aug 31, 2004
Columbia Pictures


Gerald Mohr
as Vince Potter
Peggie Castle
as Carla Sanford
Dan O'Herlihy
as Mr. Ohman
Robert Bice
as George Sylvester
Tom Kennedy
as Bartender
Wade Crosby
as Congressman
Erik Blythe
as Ed Mulvory
Phyllis Coates
as Mrs. Mulvory
Aram Katcher
as 5th Column Leader
Edward G. Robinson J...
as Radio Dispatcher
Noel Neill
as Second Airline Ticke...
Knox Manning
as TV Newsman
William Schallert
as TV Newscaster
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All Critics (1)

An ineffectual and humorless Red-scare film made during the height of the Cold War.

Full Review… | May 7, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Invasion U.S.A.

This is probably the strangest robot movie you've ever seen, and not in a good way. Don't see this movie unless you really have a love for movies where robots help take over the world, and even then you've been warned how bad this movie is.

Aj V

Super Reviewer

Oh lord, where to begin...well uh, in this 1950's right wing propaganda film (brought to you in part by the military industrial complex) we are shown a frightening parallel reality where the U.S. is invaded by hoards of godless commies all because the government was irresponsible and refused to increase defense spending. NOOOOOoooo! Fortunately for the wholesome and patriotic folk of this land it was all a bad dream induced by a Washington arms lobbyist who hypnotizes a few people enjoying happy hour.
I hope you've learned your lesson, Billy. The moment that our tax dollars are spent on things like "tractors" and "food" and "health care" we run the risk of trodding down the unholy path towards communism! That's right, no lunch today, Billy. Get back to welding those tank tracks!

Brett Warren

Super Reviewer

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