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The Golden Globes, a post-War porn movie studio

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Motion pictures are feature-length visual media, a popular pass-time before and after the War. Some are still produced after the Great War by rare studios such as the Golden Globes.


A breakthrough holographic movie format has been invented before the war,[1] allowing for high resolution motion picture shows using specialized infrastructure. However, this format is quite rare, particularly after the War.[2]

Pre-War motion pictures

Post-War motion pictures

Behind the scenes


  1. PRO SCEN.MSG (Fallout): "{1500}{}{Holo Generator}"
    "{1501}{}{A large-scale THT entertainment tape player. No new movies have been made in 80 years.}"
  2. The Chosen One: "{655}{}{How do you "film?" I mean, c'mon…you'd need cameras, film, projectors…where would you get all that stuff?}"
    Corsican Brothers: "{670}{}{We lucked out…we don't NEED any of that stoneage crap. We stumbled across a WORKING porno…er, holo…graphic projector. No bulky equipment, no fuss…and no unsightly mess.}"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Wsterm2b.msg: "{136}{}{Read Order Confirmation}"
    "{142}{}{This is to confirm your video order for Debbie Does the Army and Deep Throat volume 1059. Your order should arrive by mail in 2-4 weeks. Thank you for your order.}"
  4. 4.0 4.1 Casino patron: "{332}{}{You looking for your brother Robby? You know, the Robot? Aw, nevermind.}"
    "{337}{}{'Danger, Will Robinson! Danger, Will Robinson!' Heh-heh. Uh…just a joke.}"
  5. 5.0 5.1 Reno townsfolk: "{510}{}{You looking for your brother Robby? You know, the Robot? Aw, nevermind.}"
    "{514}{}{'Danger, Will Robinson! Danger, Will Robinson!' Heh-heh. Uh…just a joke.}"
  6. Vault City medical terminal: "{210}{}{Danger! Will Robinson!}"
  7. Porn actress: "{297}{}{What film are YOU trying out for? The Day the Earth Stood Still? Get out of here!}"
  8. Dead Money loading screen hints: "The Hologram's hostile stance is said to have been inspired by a Pre-War sci-fi horror movie that made the world stand still."
  9. The Chosen One: "{106}{}{I hear you have someone else's spleen.}"
    Wong Yi Tze: "{140}{}{Ahh, yes! Indeed. I will prepare it with fava beans and a nice chianti.}"
    The Chosen One: "{143}{}{You do know that you're supposed to serve liver with that wine instead of spleen, right?}"
    Wong Yi Tze: "{155}{}{Ha ha! Yes, I too saw that old movie. Wait... what are you saying? Are you saying that...?}"
    The Chosen One: "{156}{}{Yes, it's a human spleen.}"
  10. The Courier: "What is the purpose of the technologies?"
    Mobius: "The X-2 Antenna can be used to focus your alpha wave frequency thought patterns. The Sneaky Suit? Why, it houses a cardiac regulator. And the sonic soundwave projecto-emitter was never intended as a weapon. It was a medicinal vertebrae-pulse-de-sensitizer. In short: Brains, a heart, and courage... spine. I think there was a story once where a band of murderous thugs sought these things. They had them all the time in the story. Didn't stop them from murdering to get them, and it won't stop the Think Tank, either."
    (Mobius' dialogue)
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Juan Cruz and Vikki Goldman: "{103}{}{Him: Hi! I'm Juan Cruz! Her: And I'm Vikki Goldman! Both: We're celebrities! And we endorse Hubology! Both: Please note that any similarities between us and people or institutions, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.}"
    The Chosen One: "{105}{}{Celebrities? What makes you celebrities?}"
    "{121}{}{Her: Why, we were in the movie business in New Reno. We made hundreds of films, many of them classics, like "Top Bun," "Frisky Bizness," and "Days of Rubber". That's what makes us celebrities.}"