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The Unchained Goddess (1958)

A scientist and a writer explain the various meteorological phenomena to Meteora, the goddess of weather, while giving an insight into the technology involved in predicting them and warning about the threat of global climate change.

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Frank Baxter ...
Dr. Research (as Dr. Frank C. Baxter)
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Bernard C. Hunt ...
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A scientist and a writer explain the various meteorological phenomena to Meteora, the goddess of weather, while giving an insight into the technology involved in predicting them and warning about the threat of global climate change.

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12 February 1958 (USA)  »

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El dios de la vida: El agua  »

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All the traditional lords of the sky appear in the "Unchained Goddess" next on the Bell Telephone System's TV Science series. Meteora, the Goddess of Weather, Thor the Thunder God, Boreas, the Wind God, the Hindu Gods of Rain, Snow, and Hail, and Cirrus the Cloud Painter hold court as Dr. Research (Dr. Frank Baxter) and Mr. Fiction Writer (Richard Carlson) tell what scientists have learned about the weather. See more »

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Meteora: Mr. Scientist, would you... (a woman could never ask this, but certainly a goddess can!)... would you marry me?
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Featured in Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: The World Set Free (2014) See more »

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A timeless classic
18 November 2002 | by (Midwest) – See all my reviews

Frank Capra stikes again! This is an interesting video. This used to be available free to schools through the old Bell System. It was listed as being for all audiences-and boy were they correct. Everyone from first graders to AARP types could learn something from this video and enjoy doing it. I have been showing this movie (now a video) for over 30 years and student get as much out of it today as they did 3- years ago. Why don't they make more science videos like this today!


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