Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, William Lee, who writes:
It has some pictures in a local film-publicity magazine, one of which is Emily Blunt in front of a whole collection of old professional radios.
“So the father’s basically setting up all these different safeguards to keep the family safe. So he set up basically, for all intents and purposes, a war room down in the basement of their house that’s underground. Underground is a lot safer than above ground because you make less noise.
[…]He’s basically, over the years, collected TVs and radios and all these different things that he can try to make contact, try to get information – obviously no volume on any of them. The TVs are actually a security network where he’s put up cameras all over the farm, so he can see where everyone is at all time.”
There are probably more radio pictures elsewhere.
Thanks for sharing, William! Looking through some of the screen shots, I do see at least one transceiver (image at top of page) but I can’t make out the model or manufacturer. I also see a number of scopes. I’m sure there are many more radios in this film!
I’ll add this post to our growing archive of radios in film.