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An agoraphobic young woman and her neighbor believe the world is coming to an end. All do to a Radio Hoax that aired live from 8-9 p.m. on October 30th, 1938.

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Clara Fisher
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Mrs. Klien
Thomas M. Taylor ...
Mr. Klien
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Detective Walter Arden
David Weiss ...
Theatre Producer
Forest R. Oliver ...
Pedestrian #3
Larry Bukovey ...
Dr. Obler
Emad Alayoubi ...
Pedestrian #6
Ahmad Ali ...
Masked Man
Amanda l. Kirkpatrick ...
Pedestrian#4
Jerry Long ...
Pedestrian #5
Chris Miller ...
Pedestrian / Alien
Jayden Leto ...
Billy Klien
Katrinna Wallace ...
Pedestrian girl
Steven Gerard ...
Pedestrian #1

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Karl Huber

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Karl Huber ... ()

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Karl Huber ... producer

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Karl Huber

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Karl Huber
Sean Murphy

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Karl Huber

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Karl Huber ... special makeup effects artist
Heather Thompson ... hair stylist / makeup artist / makeup department head

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Karl Huber ... storyboard artist

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Karl Huber ... sound editor

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Karl Huber ... special effects makeup

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Karl Huber ... digital effects

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Sean Murphy ... assistant camera / camera operator / video operator
Heather Thompson ... additional photography / camera operator

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Plot Summary

A young agoraphobic woman and her neighbors, have their lives impacted dramatically while listening to the live airing of the 'war of the worlds' radio broadcast. Which aired at 8:00p.m. October 30th, 1938. The Orson Welles radio hoax that made thousands of Americans believe Martians were attacking earth.

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  • The Broadcast (United States)
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  • 80 min
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Budget $25,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia There are two scenes where Clara Fisher is reading the novel "Dracula". This was the Mercury Theater's first radio play, which aired three months before the "War of the Worlds" adaptation. See more »

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