Captive Women is a 1952 American black-and-white science-fiction film. It stars Robert Clarke and Margaret Field. The film has a running time of 64 minutes. In 1956, it was re-released by the name 1000 Years from Now. In the United Kingdom the movie is known as 3000 A.D., the film's original title. It deals with the effects of a nuclear war and how life would be afterwards.
|Directed by||Stuart Gilmore|
|Produced by||Jack Pollexfen|
|Written by||Jack Pollexfen|
|Music by||Charles Koff|
|Edited by||Fred R. Feitshans Jr.|
Albert Zugsmith Productions
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures Inc.|
It was one of three films Albert Zugsmith made for RKO.
The story takes place in New York City in a post-apocalyptic setting. Two tribes, the "Norms" and the "Mutates", fighting in the remains of the city. They later band together to fight a third tribe, the "Upriver People", who are invading Manhattan through the Hudson Tunnel in order to steal the other tribes' women.
- "Captive Women: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved May 31, 2014.
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- Flynn, Charles; McCarthy, Todd (1975). "Albert Zugmsith". In Flynn, Charles; McCarthy, Todd (eds.). Kings of the Bs : working within the Hollywood system : an anthology of film history and criticism. E. P. Dutton. p. 413.