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Ed Sullivan’s Nuclear Apocalypse Cartoon



In 1956 The Ed Sullivan Show once ran a cartoon depicting the effects of a nuclear bomb. His unsuspecting audience was treated to a trippy, surreal animation that features a man’s face being melted off and the onslaught of nuclear devastation on the earth.
On May 27, 1956, The Ed Sullivan Show aired Peter and Joan Foldes' apocalyptic animation A Short Vision, thereby scarring wee viewers who had no clue they had front-row seats to doomsday.

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