Judy Wright The Day After Interview

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Title

Judy Wright The Day After Interview

Subject

Day After (Motion Picture)
Lawrence (Kan.) -- History
Nuclear war
Nuclear weapons
Kansas Public Radio (Lawrence, Kan.)

Description

Segment from an interview with Judy Wright conducted by Kaye McIntyre for a Kansas Public Radio special commemorating the thirty-year anniversary of the 1983 broadcast of The Day After, a made-for-TV movie depicting the aftermath of nuclear war, which was set and filmed primarily in Lawrence, Kansas. The KPR special aired on November 12, 2013.Wright was an extra in the film. She “never fully realized the impact” of the film until a few days before it aired, when Time Magazine interviewed her.

Creator

Wright, Judy
McIntyre, Kaye

Source

"The Day After": Thirty Years Later (KPR Presents)

Publisher

Watkins Museum of History (Lawrence, Kan.)

Rights

Published with the permission of Judy Wright. This work is the intellectual property of the Watkins Museum of History, Lawrence, Kansas. The public may freely copy, modify, and share this Item for noncommercial purposes if they include the original source information. For other uses you need to obtain permission from the rights-holder(s).

Relation

The Watkins Museum of History also holds items related to this collection.
To listen to the Kansas Public Radio special that includes this interview, go to https://kansaspublicradio.org/show/programs-kpr-presents/2013-11-12/kpr-news-day-after-thirty-years-later

Format

WAV (audio recording)

Language

eng

Type

Oral History

Identifier

JudyWright.wav

Coverage

Lawrence (Kan.)
1983

Date Created

2012-06-28

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

McIntyre, Kaye

Interviewee

Wright, Judy

Location

Lawrence (Kan.)

Original Format

WAV

Duration

JudyWright.wav: 00:00:29

Bit Rate/Frequency

705 kbps

Files

JudyWright.wav

Collection

Citation

Wright, Judy and McIntyre, Kaye, “Judy Wright The Day After Interview,” Digital Douglas County History, accessed July 15, 2024, https://history.lplks.org/items/show/2101.

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