Made by Warner Brothers studio for the U.S. Department of Defense, "Freedom and You" was an hourlong propaganda film intended for viewing by military personnel. It was later shortened, retitled as "Red Nightmare" and shown on American television and in U.S. schools. It tells the story of a disinterested citizen who wakes up to a Communist-controlled society. Because of Warner Brothers' involvement, it had many more familiar faces than a typical propaganda movie -- Jack Webb (of TV's "Dragnet") was the narrator, and Jack Kelly (from TV's "Maverick") played the title character.
* Watch "Freedom and You" (from the Internet Archive): @
* " 'Red Nightmare': Asleep with the Defense Department" (1975 article from Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media): @
* Similarities between film and TV series "The Prisoner": @