The nuclear industry, which had attacked The China Syndrome
as outlandish, found itself on the defensive.
When she wasn't agitating, Fonda was starring in a long run of zeitgeisty films besides Barbarello, Klute, and The China Syndrome
As Time magazine commented at the time: "Reassuring statements spewed from the plant's press spokesmen, sounding as if they were taken right out of the script for The China Syndrome
The toast of Tinseltown's secret gay glitterati and an aspiring poet-playwright, Larson soon met writer-director James Bridges--later famous for The Paper Chase and The China Syndrome
The China Syndrome
points out the dangers of scientific illiteracy.
You remember clearly the tension in the news broadcasts and the unspoken fears at home as the crisis mounted--particularly if you lived, as I did, in a state near Pennsylvania or happened to catch 1979's well-timed nuclear horror story, The China Syndrome
Mike Gray, the author of The China Syndrome
, has written a well-documented although one-sided condemnation of the federal government's more than 80-year-old war on drugs.
They are featured in a new book Songs In The Rough by songwriter Stephen Bishop, who wrote the themes to blockbuster movies Tootsie, White Nights, and The China Syndrome
- plus a string of pop hits.
sternbergh shared, "'Cloud Atlas' is perfect if you long to watch Matrix, Amadeus, Nell, Amistad, China Syndrome
& Exotic Marigold Hotel AT THE EXACT SAME TIME.
Just over a year ago, a little publicised address at Aston Business School by Professor Leslie Young, executive director of the Asia Pacific Institute of Business at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, foreshadowed Lufthansa's China Syndrome
It was the year of the Three Mile Island meltdown in Pennsylvania - a near-cataclysm referenced in the early moments of "Super 8" - and, not incidentally, the year of "The China Syndrome
," TMI's fictional equivalent.
The China Syndrome
," a movie featuring a coverup by a company operating a nuclear reactor, was released about two weeks earlier, with its chilling dialogue that a reactor meltdown would render "an area the size of Pennsylvania" permanently uninhabitable.
Uniform plan is 'Red China syndrome
' RED China syndrome
was affecting socialist councillors who wanted Town Hall staff to don uniforms for work claimed Tory councillor Lawrie Wild, who opposed the proposal for the council to provide its reception staff with blouses, blazers, trousers and skirts.
In an interview with the Finnish centre party newspaper Suomenmaa, the minister says that no further cuts are needed due to the so-called China syndrome
, in which companies are outsourcing to countries with lower costs.