CONELRAD 100: Atomic Films
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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: DR. STRANGELOVE

DR. STRANGELOVE: OR, HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB

DIRECTOR: Stanley Kubrick
YEAR: 1963

Air Force General believes women and the Commies are behind a plot to get his bodily fluids, so he orders his bomber wing to attack the USSR. The President and his advisors try to recall the planes and when they can't, try to work out a deal with the Russians. Kubrick and screen writer Terry Southern deftly skewer the politics of nuclear war.

AMAZON product link: DR. STRANGELOVE

CONELRAD 100 | 81-100 | 61-80 | 41-60 | 21-40 | 1-20

ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
WARNING RED
This film portrays the atomic odyssey of a 'John Q. Public' who, while on his way home after buying some ice cream, sees the bright flash of the Bomb.
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