Irwin Allen, who has made some of the worst movies in history (and some of the most successful) displayed his talent for trash early with this awful effort. Loosely adapted from the 1921 best-seller by Van Loon, this dreary, poorly made film was Ronald Colman's last. According to the
celestial powers that rule the universe, humanity stumbled upon the secret of the hydrogen bomb about 60 years too soon. The Supreme Tribunal, of which Hardwicke is the leader, is trying to determine whether or not to blow our paltry planet out of the skies. Price, as the Devil, lists all of the
terrible, inhuman things man has done. On the other side is Colman, as the Spirit Of Man, w...