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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

02:39 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Desk is covered with doodles and interlocking pattern of words. Peace on earth and purity of essence on earth peace on earth peace on python t o e purity of essence. Only shots shots. Ring out as the door walk is destroyed and the door of the office opens enter bed. Cuanto brandish with m one carbine. Play your hands over your head. Do you think are doing shooting away in here. Who are you i said. Put your hands over your head. What kind of suit you call that fella suit this happens to be an op. Ed uniform sir. and i am group. Captain lionel metric. I am general rebus executive office. Where's general river is dead in the bathroom. Where's the bathroom next to. You wanna appears around the bathroom door and whistles in exclamation luck. I don't know it's sort of stupid game. This is back. But i've got a very good ideal. What a small code we call code is and i have to get in touch with c. a c. headquarters immediately. I said put your hands over your head and keep them there got any witnesses. What are you talking about witnesses. Hey short himself while he was shaving. No look colonel back if that really is your name. It's you that. I have very very good idea. I think i hope and pray you what the recall coot is. It's some sort of occurred theme. He kept repeating is a variation on peace on earth or purity of essence e. p. p. It's one of those. Put your hands up on top of your head start walking. You know that general repair wanted as bad as a nutty macchia and sentence wild wing to attack the soviets. Don't you know that what are you talking about. I'll tell you what i'm talking about. I'm going to pick up this red telephone with connected to that. S c hope for last last.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Irrevocable decision making process which lewis out human battling doomsday machine is de. It's simple to understand and competing credible and convincing wish we had one of those doomsday machines dainty. This is fantastic strangelove. How can it be triggered automatically. Madam president this remarkably simple to do that when you really wish you bury bombs and his new limit to the size after that they are connected to a gigantic complex of computer now then a specific in clearly defined set of circumstances under which the bomb exploded is programmed into a tape memory. Bank strangelove within the name is that they ain't no crowd name is it stacy. Each changed it. When he became a citizen it used to be merck work. Dignity krupp alienate. Hush danger yes but the whole point of doomed name. She is lost if you keep it a secret. Why didn't you tell it was to be announced at a party congress on monday. Has you know the pin. You loves surprised to exterior purple. An airforce base firefight continues. Cut you ripper offense. Bullets cut down. Picture frames behind the desk. Ripper standing shoots back at unseen machine or mandrake is now crouching by side. Stay day me. Mandaric repaired mandrake crawl to one side of the desk. All right mandaric. Now eat me. Feed me ripper stands and exchanges fire with attacking troops enemy fire subsides. You don't think we better off some other part of the away below these flying glass and we're okay here mandaric. Do you realize that. In addition to fluoridated water their studies underway to florida eight salt flour fruit juices soup sugar milk ice cream. I scream mandrake children's ice cream got lower it. You know in florida asian. I began now. I felt jack. Noah's nine thousand nine hundred forty six. Nineteen forty six mandaric. How does that coincide with your postwar commie conspiracy. It's incredibly obvious. It's a foreign substances introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual and suddenly without any choice. That's the way. Your hard core commie works jack..

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Noman. It is not thing a sane man would looms day. Machine is designed to trigger itself automatically. But surely you can disarm it somehow yet. It is designed to explode it. Any attempt is ever made to unterweger it automatically. It's obviously a commie trick. Madam president were wasting valuable time. Look at the big board. They're about to clobber. But this is absolute madness ambassador. Why should you build such thing. Those of us who fought against it but in the end we could not keep up with the expense involved in ziems raise the space race and the peace race and at the same time our people grumble for more longer than washing machines. I'll doomsday scheme. Cost us just a fraction of what we've been spending on defense in a single year but the deciding that was when we learned that your country was working along similar lines and we were doing of they got. This is preposterous. I've never proved it. Anything like that are sourced with the new york. Times dr strangelove. Do we have anything like that. In the works stains interns. Who been listening to muffler Stained stationed at the roundtable slowly ahead in search of strangelove of moment for lease visit. Stomps one foot on the tile floor pushes back from the table in wheels toward the discussion between monthly and decent dusky thoughts. Granted me as an act of weaponry. Such and then. I commissioned last year s that study of these project by the bland corporation based on the findings of the report my conclusion. What that this idea was not a practical down for reasons which at this moment. let's be old too obvious. In you mean it is possible than for them to have built such a thing. Mr president technology quiet is easily with in.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"That too metering. and right. Yes oh you'll call them. I will you Listen do you happen to have the phone number on you. Dmitri i see just ask for information. I'm sorry to dmitry very sorry. Alright you're starting than i am but i am sorry as well. I'm sorry as you are dmitry. Don't say that you're more sorry than i am because i am capable of being just as sorry as you are so we're both sorry all right. A right yes. He's right here. Yes he wants to talk to you. Just a second preview redeem neat.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Circuits checked primary target the icbm complex at buddha target reference yankee gulf tango. Three six zero thirty megaton nuclear device fused for airborne at ten thousand feet twenty megaton nuclear device will be used if i won mel functions otherwise proceed to secondary target missile complex seven miles east of bar shaw target reference november bravo x ray. One zero eight fused airbus at ten check. Twelve thousand feet bergerson air force base mandrake walks hardly through the halls to with a portable radio playing another jazz to now. Upbeat mandrake enters represent office. It's me sir. Something rather interesting. Just cropped up. Listen to this using civilian broadcasting. I think those fellows in the pentagon have given us some sort of exercise to test our readiness personally. I think it's taking it a bit too far off fellows will be inside russian right out covering in about twenty minutes. You listen to that traffic block. Full of stations. All churning out yes. I thought i issued instructions for old radios on this base to be impounded. Well you did. But i was in process of impounding this very one when i happened to switch on i thought to myself our fellow sitting russian radar covering twenty minutes dropping. All this stuff. I better tell you as if they do. You know because a bit of a state voted group. Captain the officer exchange programs as not give you any special prerogatives to question my orders. What i realized that so. But i thought you'd rather be pleased to hear the news. I meant after all. Let's face it if we don't want to sign of nuclear war. Unless we really have to dewey lisa down and turn that thing loss. Yes what about the place. Surely you must issue recall code immediately group captain. The planes are not going to be recalled. My attack orders have been issued the order stand. If you'll excuse me are saying so. That would be my way of thinking rather well the odd way of looking at it you see. If a russian attack was in progress we would certainly not be hearing civilian broadcasting. Are you certain of that mandak. I'm absolutely pause about the at yes. And what if it is true. Well i'm afraid. I'm still not with you sir. Because i mean if a russian attack was not progress then you use of plan are in fact of your orders to the entire wing. Well i would say that. There was something dreadfully wrong somewhere. Now why don't you just take it easy group in. Please make me a drink of green alcohol and rainwater and help yourself. Whatever you'd like didn't serve as an officer on her majesty's airforce is my clear deep under the present circumstances to issue the recall code upon my own authority and bring back the wing. If you'll excuse me. So i'm afraid. I must ask you the key.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"All the armies in world war two based in america. The airport alert forces deployed from the persian gulf to the arctic ocean but they have one geographic factor in common. They are all two hours from the target inside. Russia we cut to the interior of b. Fifty two machines spring to life as a transmission arrives. Aj kong. i know you're gonna think this is crazy. But i just got a message from base over the crm one fourteen. It dakotas as attack plan r. r. for romeo goldie. Did you just say wing attack plan. Aw yes sir. I have go to. How many times have i told you guys. I don't know horsing around on the airplane or not horsing around sir that's how it the codes. Well i've been the one world fair a picnic and a rodeo and that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard. Come over a set of earphones. Assure you got today's code. Yes sir it is. It's just gotta be something wrong. We we just a second. I'm coming back. Examines the decoded message in the code. Book maybe you better get a confirmation from base. yes sir major majorcan. Is it possible that this is some kind of loyalty tests. Give the go code and then recall to see who would actually go. Ain't nobody ever got the go code yet and old ripa wouldn't be given us any plan. Them reuss keys have already club in washington and a lotta other towns with a sneak attack. Yes sir majorcan message from bass confirmed well boys a reckon. This is it nuclear combat toe to toe with the russkies clowns back into the cockpit. Now look boys. I much of a hand making speeches. But i got a pretty family. Good idea that something. God dog importance going on back there and i got a fair idea of the kind of personal emotions that somebody all fell as might be thinking. Heck i reckon you wouldn't even be human beings if you didn't have some pretty strong personal feelings about nuclear combat. But i want you to remember one thing. The folks back home is a count on you m by golly we bout to let them down..

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free the creation tools to allow you to create an edit. Your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership and everything you need is to make a podcast in one place so download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started and welcome back to the podcast. Everything you need to know about movies. Music and theater. I'm your host met. And you know what. I am tired of just talking about movies and just talking about theater. I've decided to do some movies and theater so as you people have known that i have had Various play readings of my plays on channel. We're going to start doing a couple of movie screenings on this channel. So this'll be the first one And it's perfect timing because this movie has to do a lot with the end of the world and we're coming to the end of twenty twenty so we're hoping that that dumpster fire is done so really hope. Y'all enjoy dr strangelove That's what we'll be reading tonight. I have a wonderful cast with me here tonight. So i'm really excited so we're gonna get to a right away. So this is dr strangelove This is just the intro. For.

"dr strangelove" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on The Big Picture

"About trump and lying and make references. I often do to movies. This time to dr strangelove and this scene between george c. Scott and peter sellars general buck turgid. Sinden president muffler. Are you referring to. I'm not saying we wouldn't get our hair. Must that sequence of the sequence but the part that always fascinated me is george c. Scott is trying to read this. Transcript of things said by Sterling hayden colonel ripper a general rivers. Use me sorry general ripper jack the ripper. And he's going on about the precious bodily fluids or whatever and peter sellars says lebanon. Let me see that. They hand him that and he looks at it. He says it's obvious. This person is psychotic and what i liked about it yes. It's obvious but not so obvious that it's obvious evidently to me it's obvious the donald trump a psychotic or if you don't wanna use any kind of psycho babble or dsm five nomenclature. He's looney tunes you saying. He's absolutely bat shit crazy and people. Don't talk about it in that way. Well i'm having trouble. Understanding seems inconsistent with that. He said this just before he said that it was p and not p and then something that seemed really off the wall. He's obviously trying to manipulate us in some way. There's there's a hind of craft high in all of this. No no it's looney tunes grip of someone who is bat shit crazy. Hopefully not for long. He's going to be bad shit crazy for long long time. Hopefully we will be subjected to it in the same way that we have during the last four years or so What i try to point out the whining and post can say as lied twenty thousand plus times but to me. That's not the interesting question. The question is what does he think. Does he really believe that. His inauguration crowd was bigger than obama's people. Spend all this amount of time..

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with <hes>. The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely <hes>. The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time <hes>. By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 10 months ago

Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"They also misinterpreted the end. I mean it's like I don't know maybe I'm wrong on his apparently very smart. Yeah I guess he is. He's all right. He's a neurosurgeon well. That wasn't the only band that was influenced by by Dr You know an are soon to be released Beatles episode We talk about. They're really failed. Beatles film the television film magical mystery tour and they actually used some of the flying footage of the B fifty. Two's in this Because they needed to cover a sequence from the song flying and that really pissed off Kubrick because it goes like this housed at Shepherd and studios and these go. We'll use position. He's like no no. No no no no. You can't use my footage for your Shitty Beatles So that was a fun little shaking hands with the bills. Okay say by the way and I don't mean this sounds much dislike as it is. I thought that the film is trying to make a joke of how bad the plane looked flying in the sky. You know the kind of artificial places. Yeah and then I learned about how much work Kubrick did into try to make that look realistic real pilots in real ships. They flew over tons thous miles of footage to try to get the footage. Exactly right. He tried to line it up exactly where they'd be flying. We'll try to nail it but that ship the ship. The plane looks so phony. I know and it's it's but you could tell it like he never was going to have that happen again because two thousand and one is the answer to that. I mean but But this when he was trying to get that footage the crew shooting that aerial footage rich over Greenland accidentally filmed a secret. US military base and were questioned as Soviet spies. So go back where we started off with this disclaimer. At the top of the film this is why Wiley they were. They were really pushing the boundaries of what was true and also. If there's anything in this film that feels kind of prescient. It's this idea that maybe the only thing saying that. Secondary to governments in the military is gigantic corporate branding. Because the only other thing that comes in as a threat to this world view in the way of life must be protected at all. All costs is when poor Peter sellars impor- captain. Lionel mandrake is trying to get to the present he's trying to save the world he's starting to save the World Ato's. US soldier that he has to the shoot open a vending machines that he can get quarters to call the president to save the world. This is what the guy says machine. I want you to shoot the lock off it. But maybe some change in their private property kind of. Can you possibly imagine what he's going to happen to you. Your frame outlook way way of life and everything when they learned that you'll have obstructed a tape on coal to the president of the United States. Can you imagine shoot it off. Shoot the gun bullets. Get tweet okay. I'm going to get your money for you but if you don't get the President United States on that phone you know what's is going to happen to hear what you're going to have to answer to the Coca Cola Company. I love that and by the way you know. The government dismissed this whole film. You know I said this accidental nuclear war can happen but they did say they were most concerned at this scene. Where Captain Andrey can't reach a Pentagon because he didn't have enough change range for payphones or we need to figure out that that was the thought was the most disturbing thing about you know before we get into my inevitable question? I asked at the end of episode. I wanted to pitch you one person instead of some pickens you know who also was up for that roller. Maybe it was offered that role and said No. John Wayne and I would have been interesting to see joey because John Wayne had played those kind of heavy straight parts and I think would have added the same kind of Gravitas at George C.. Scott has you know and of course that iconic cowboy hat going down would have been. It would have been even more interesting in a way. Yeah I think think John Wayne. We would've never yoed writing the vom but maybe he would have even mess with the audience's emotions on higher level turned the screw because it seems almost impossible impossible to root against John Wayne. especially so you'd be aware that the ship was trying to do the right thing that that that toddling back and forth. We're talking that. I think that would have absolutely tied. The audience nuts yet have broken off all of our switches. I totally agree and I think he could have. Maybe of delivered some of the dramatic acting acting of that performance even a little bit with a little more gravitas. I mean that's not a bad things as I think the truth as I guess come to this point is there a Simpson's there there is. There's a lot of silent visual gags but the clip. I decided to pull is from an episode called homer. The vigilante this is from a fantasy that homer has about destroying a bunch of hippies. How winning No we're forming vigilante group. Come with me. Say It's a miniature version of the bomb. The government built in the fifties to drop drop on beat NEX radiant cool crazy nightmares then New Jersey no air pipe it smoke it. albro bureaucrats lab the MAITRE D' CRIBS see sign. Don't ride the bomb by the way George C.. Scott did keep acting for a really long time and one project he was in that. Is You know what to bring up because I have to. He was in a nineteen ninety six made for TV miniseries about titanic and he played the captain say it is a line from quoted in the newspapers. God himself cannot not sink this ship. She was appropriately named the titans dad to challenge the Gods for their arrogance costume into that just because I love the idea that once again. He's a man at the helm of death but now he's the voice of conscience you know 'cause I think if there's one note that rings through here and it's something. Yeah I've been thinking a lot about a lot. Is that what his character. Who in a way I find to be the most fiddle? Him and ripper in the film. What motivates both of them is? Just fear here you know. In their reaction to fear is to cause destruction and chaos in everything. That that that Scott's character ever says is a reaction affair. He just can't believe leave that he can ever trust the Soviets. You know they have a bomb he has to. They're coming for us no matter what he's living in this just absolute paranoia. We need mineshaft after the end. What if they figure better than us and if he if that character could just release his anxiety? This would not be happening at all. You no and I feel like I just see that mindset a lot like we all need guns to protect ourselves from the bad guys burst into our house. You never know when you need it in this state of fear we live then is really I think so much the cause of all but it's it's it often comes at an interesting is a personal protection Shen right. It's like very rarely. Do we have that same sort of energy or or group mentality towards larger scale issues of extinctions I guess I want to you you know there I want to have a gun I want to do all this stuff but you know but if you come to me like climate change is as well. I don't know if that's you know it's it's kind of out there. We want to have everything like it's almost like. I want to have everything right in front of me to protect me in the now and the immediate. It's it's it's you know. Both things are coming for us. It's interesting because one thing is really an improbable audible thing and the other thing is more probable but less it's more heady it's Moratti big. Well I don't see that I don't see it happening but if I don't have a gun then you know someone comes is after me You know I I need you know I I need to have that on me and you actually even have that exactly in this film to. We're not even talking about the climate crisis in nineteen sixty four four but you have a man in that war room. Say if these bombs go off we're not gonna be able to live on this earth for over one hundred years. Destroy Everything Ed. You Have George C.. Scott being at two weeks right yeah no science. Everything's GonNa be fine it. We're still having that conversation too. It's crazy nonni. This movie is currently ranked at number thirty nine on the F. List It's the thirteen points from its twenty-six position We've talked about a lot in the past. Maybe one film from one director to be fair and balanced and and really representative of so many different things. We've Both Tilak Kubrick. I've really enjoyed many of them that we've watched. I think we both agreed that clockwork probably doesn't need to be on the list. Probably Not Spartak as either yeah. SPARTAKIST can go off. I definitely believe two thousand and one. I definitely believe that two thousand one is one of the most influential films still I kind of hold them up there with citizen Kane Insofar just in looking at what we've talked about in the advancement of film Where do you fall on this film? I would be happy with the list that only had Strangelove in two thousand and one on it and I could probably even live with elicit only had two thousand one. I like strangelove. I like it a lot I I would love to see what other satires we have. That also get to the heart of the matter You know probably nothing else. Does it as well as strange although Armando MINUCCI right created. Veep is an interesting film. I don't think it's as good as this. Yeah but I think it also tackles American politics from a different perspective. I wonder if the George Clooney failsafe is you. I mean obviously veep deals with American government.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"We're talking about this for a little bit of time here and I think there's so much in it and it makes me just imagine that when this film came out that it couldn't have not have been received just kind of with universal acclaim because it's touching on something that we were just talking about in the beginning of it said that it feels of the now I mean so and it felt of the now oh then so like what were the. Were there any bad reviews of this film. There was actually. There was one from a guy we've had on the show many times Bosley crowther of the New York. Sometimes this is what he said about it. He's a Stanley. Kubrick's new film called Dr Strangelove or how I learned to stop worrying and love. The bomb is beyond any question. The most shattering sick sick joke. I've ever come across Marie action. What is quite divided in he with here he wrestles with the film La? He says there's so much about it that his grand so much. That is brilliant and amusing and much. That is great and dangerous on the one hand. It cuts right to the soft pulp. The kind of military minded his lost from all sense of reality in a maze of technical talk and it shows up this type of mentality for or the foolish and frightening thing it is on the other hand. I am troubled by the feeling which runs through the film of discredit and even contempt for our whole defense establishment up to an even even including the hypothetical commander in chief when virtually everybody turns up stupid or insane or what is worth psychopathic. I wonder what this picture proves the ultimate touch of ghoulish humor. Humor is when we see the bomb actually going off somehow to me. It isn't funny. It is malicious and sick. Well that's interesting because it's it's not really a problem with the film making as much as is it is about taking or making comedy of this kind of very serious thing which I imagine you probably wrote a very lovely review of failsafe. Yeah I should actually go look his his view failsafe just as a comparison because it feels like to me. He doesn't like the fact of the way the materials being treated. And I I get that but I also feel like it makes it. I think a lasting movie. It's the reason why we're talking about Dr Strangelove now and not fail-safe because there is something overtly comical anything kubrick foulness about war. What are we doing? We're just racing to our own extinction like we already are racing on extinction just by living right right and then everything else will be put on there from the climate crisis to you know just to living cities eating meat. Whatever you WANNA do however you want to view the world we are racing towards some sort of extinction and then to fast forward that by actually pressing a button is is h which is comical because the one thing everybody wants to live forever I think or many people do? It's yeah it's funny how we've heard this sad. Add funny every emotional thing all mixed up into wards ending into this touchstone that I think depending on the mood of the country goes back and forth you know like like in the eighty s slim pickens would kind of riff off his home persona as the guy who Yahuda his way down to the destruction of the world in Chevy commercials. There's a touch of. I think there's a touch of doctor strange when he's trying to sell you. Chevy's nineteen eighty-one picking here talking to some shady redeemers slam. You've gotta help from each semi trucks these awards dot more pickups trucks and all and they want to sell them now. That means they're really doing some dealing on new Chevy Pickups Chevy love every cooking stock if you've been thinking trucks very no slim pickens around here very last shot How doing the yahoo like by the way into the world? Oh I love that that commercial I just want to make this awesome and but also just really heartfelt commercial just kicked come on down your Chevy dealers fleas impassioned. I wanted to play you saw. Oh I can't wait because not a rat not a rap song sung long but a group that honors Slim pickens Is a group that you may know. Little California ban called the offspring rule. Yeah I do. They have a song called slim. Pickens does the right thing and ride the bonding.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"He's representing fascism. Right idea like that the hand wanting to get up it's just that it's lurking underneath the surface you know like just wanting to get back into the game and and I love that representation you know so much so that you know when finally when the bombs go off he is able to to walk like almost gives him the brings back fat brings back. Yes it moves again. Yeah love that. And it's it's such an interesting ending because original ending is also kind of fasten you hear original ending right. It's a fight a pie fight in the war room and it's really interesting. 'cause it's set up early on that when the Russian ambassador comes in there's a giant buffet table with all these different things. I love that image to there's A. It's very well catered the war room that kind of idea of giant catering table in the war room was almost almost. What started the switch in Kubrick's mind of making this a comedy? Because he would talk about like he would talk about this film. He'd be trying to talk about like how to do it seriously how to do it seriously. But he kept in the middle of the night just starting to joke around things about. What are they going to do? When they're hungry? You know what to do in the middle of this holdout affecting this beautiful buffet table. That's Ah I love that it's Well and then so the. The end became as pie fight. And I kind of like that idea in theory like it becomes because the movie is building building building and and it builds to literally the most slapstick thing. You could ever do a pie fight with all these generals the president and You know and and obviously the Russian ambassador and it's and it just really like I think caps how ridiculous entire world is. I know that people say that Kubrick just wanted to cut it because he felt like it wasn't in the tone of the film other people say that he cut it because You know there's a line that said the after the president had been hit with a pie like Oh my God. The president had been taken out rightness prime and he felt that was too close to kind of again. Treading on a John F Kennedy's death and he just felt like you know. Get away from that. I I think you get this kind of again and improvised ending. I think there was also even supposed to be a bit where where where strange loves Nazi hands grabbed a gun and like despite his control. You know he's fighting. It raised the gun to his head to try to commit suicide. But his sane Zane hand is trying to fight it back. That was supposed to be happening by the love that well you know by the way Strange in early address was called Von Klutz. I think think and actually know this because watching this terry southern documentary. That was a terry southern name talking about like him pushing the boundaries of things strangelove. He's like very much a southern thing and they kind of added that in their standard is better because klutz would imply. He doesn't get what he wants. He's sloppy he's messy when everything you know. I love it I in that speech he gives about. I mean he basically bribes the men into accepting world station so that they can just have a lot of sex ratio. The ten women each man wouldn't that necessitate the banishment of the so called monogamous sexual relationship. I mean I mean as far as men were concern. Regrettably is vanities sacrifice required for the future of the human race hasten to add that since each man will be required to do for digitize service along these lines. The women will have to be selected for their sexual characteristics which you'll have to be a highly stimulating nature. I must confess. You have an astonishingly good idea that doc though I mean again is exactly sex and violence him. One thing that makes every man in that room agree the president. His eyes start to accept the idea the Russians like the idea. Everybody's like well the way to solve all these problems that just by giving them ten women or it's so crazy show I ah just to talk about what Peter sellars is wrestling with. Dr Sanjay talked about his hand. That wants to do whatever it wants to do. Is it fascism or is it just the disability. We don't know but it is actually a real thing. It's a real medical issue called APRAXIA. It's when there's been damage to the Corpus Clusius the nerve fibers that connect the brains to hemispheres. Actually the people just found this Called it the doctor. Strangelove Syndrome and sufferers will slam their hands down and cry out. They have no control over their own hands. which is just an interesting But you know Strangelove is the third third character that Peter sellars but we didn't really talk about magic that much But he was supposed to be four. He was opposed to play the role that some pickens played And he just felt like he wasn't doesn't up for that part and there's he hurt himself. Well tell me what you heard. And then on what I heard it was like he was already a little bit reluctant about doing it. And then When they started actually shoot a couple of the scenes he fell out of the bomber and broke his leg? He just couldn't he was like that's it. I'm not. I'm not doing it anymore. So he was shooting that oh I did not realize. I heard that that's part of why he was in a wheelchair. But then I haven't heard that confirms too much but that's a story I heard. Okay no well. This is actually just a scene from a a film. A dramatic film where Stanley Tucci plays Stanley Kubrick. Back and Geoffrey Rush Plays Peter sellars and this is kind of them discussing the characters some thickens place. Boy Let's get this thing on the We got some flying. Clatter I'm not playing bomber pilot. What can I do with that crammed in? Look let me just let me hear it again. Three characters is enough. Three is a good number. You're being paid for four. You'll stretching me too thin stanley who do you think I am. I think you're whoever I want you to then. Who Am I now Peter? Have you ever heard of mutually assured destruction join it refers to win. Both sides of an atomic conflict is so powerful let if either side were to take action it would inevitably result in the total annihilation of all concerned. I find this concept can be applied to many situations nations Europe Yulia staff I liked geico com. But it's interesting to even imagine Kubrick calm. I mean I guess he was really calm but I also the behind the scenes when he was making strange. I mean he's really young at this point. He's thirty four. He's he's taking uppers downers. He's just like wow hyped up all the time he's not sleeping at all it is losing his mind so the idea that he could keep it together as well imagine he was a little stressed because because Columbia pictures only agreed to finance a film if sellers played for roles. Yes I mean. They were suspicious that entire movie. There's this running gag here. Where are George C.? Scott always thinks the Russian has secret cameras. I heard that Colombia would actually sent spies with according to the set of strangely because they're really trying to get a sense of. How much trouble will they were going to be in when this phone came out? I mean it took Columbia longtime to even really be out that they made this film. They are terrified they would even call it the head of Colombian Rothman. He recall Terry Southern and he would give him messages. Because Stanley had stopped going to them he would say just tell Stanley that New York does not see anything funny about the end of the world. They were really freaked mcdonagh and when they would talk about it to people before it came out they would just be like it's definitely not anti US military it's just zany novelty flick which does not reflect the views of the government. Anyway.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"Very careful to kind of manipulate everybody to kind of work in this film without them all being on exactly on the same manipulates a really interesting word. I think it works like he kind of built. Everybody uses the cage word is like he built the perfect cage for each of his animals and they're all different shapes and I. I think you need to do that. Because this film feels that the stage play like if you had three sets you could do this film for the most part you know you have you know rippers office. You have the fifty did you bomber and you have the war room and that's where we're going. That's the only three spots. Roughly I mean you know that were in between and you need to. I think create different dynamics so it doesn't feel like a drama. I think that's how you keep the comedy alive. It's almost like your game. Is this like your little quirk is this. I and I think it makes for such an interesting film. I also say that what I think he does really well is in a movie about mass destruction. Where your eyes glaze over? At the fact of ten to twenty million people being exterminated he brings home the devastation violence in a really real way on micro level by showing the shootout between the soldiers of the base and the incoming American soldiers. They are having a gunfight. That's when the you know. The camera becomes hand. Dan held it. Feels more like something you would see in full metal jacket or paths of glory. Like it's it's the cameras down. You know behind the gunners it's it's not shot in its sloppier feels like actually the war footage and I think that that's a really effective way that he even changed the tone of the film because that to me is the hardest part of the film to watch. It really is. It's not the you know rippers funny in that you know the British are coming saying that to a British man and you know employing this gun out of his golf bag because it's like hobbies leisure hobby is I think violence to certain extent if you wanted to read the metaphor into that. Yeah he does so much in those wars inside the base with kind of simple effects there smoke and there's flying bullet casings and there's flying papers everywhere but you really get the sense of the devastation and and there's moments in this film that I love because you can switch back and forth between two pictures right Like you're in the bomber with all of the men with Olympic as James Earl Jones. And they're being fired. I heard on and at one point year like you can switch back and forth between like these would be our heroes in any other movie like these brave American soldiers doing the mission that they've been told to do you and you're both rooting for them to live. And you're also aware that if they survive the dire planets gonNA doing doing the most heroic things are doing wrong this the people on the ship are living straightforward mission. Nothing that funny happens on the ship except for Slim pickens jumping out of the play. They're like we gotta do this. The fate of the world depends on. They're brainstorming their being ingenious okay. We can't hit that target. Let's go here. We have radio system will go low. Well that's what they're doing everything right and they're doing it all exactly wrong. I love switching back and forth between US perspective. I think there's a few interesting things it's attacking the military right. The generals in the military for being warring especially American Erkin generals. But it's also applauding the servicemen right. Because it's sort of like the servicemen. Are doing their jobs and they're fighting the hardest you know they are. Are you know when they attacked that military base they are both sides you know. They're they're doing what they're supposed to be doing now. They're not being guided by the right voice and I think that that's an interesting wresting distinction to make it sound like the military's dumb or soldiers are stupid. It's not about that. They're they're doing what they what they're supposed to be doing. And I read the down to like these are our heroes in multiple ways you know in there are heroes on the base are also heroes. Even they're firing at American soldiers there doing what they were ordered to do. And you know and I don't think this movie is like you should question all your orders. I don't think that's I don't think that's a statement of trying to make. I think they're just trying to make the statement that you you have to be careful about. Who is giving these orders? I think that's such a great distinction. Bring up because we're going to see happen again whenever you disagree with what the generals are doing. The general's always tell you that you're not supporting the troops. The military tells you that you're not supporting the troops and this movie makes that distinction between supporting troops and valuing their work and thinking all their generals need to be taken out to a field given giant pudding fight and then like quarantined forever. Right well I mean but you know it's interesting to to see how. How when you have this room this war room which they're sitting around the table which has greenfeld on it? You can't see it because of black and white film Kubrick wanted to have this idea of like doc. It's a poker table. They're playing poker right. They're bluffing and the idea that like you know they're not bluffing. But they're just they're playing their hands like it's amazing in how the energy in that room can kind of build and build and build to the point. Where at the end the film? They're seriously considering what strangelove is telling them. They're they're like yes. This sounds like a plan. We could do this. They're like it's amazing. How quickly a bad idea can become the best idea in the room because of the previous ten minutes before it you know or an hour before you know it's sort of like you are spiraling to find something and that's sort of how I think you get these moments moments in our society where something kind of drastic or or major happens because it just it subscribe because you haven't you haven't seen you've been redwood happened before it you just kind of built to that internally when no one was there to be the level headed person like I think our president is being for the most part until the very end when it's sure devastation? Exactly exactly I mean. There was an article that came in the New York Times this weekend. That said that the decision the books of the money came because the military the officers the chiefs of Staff gave trump whole list of options menu. They put that one at the top because it was the most extreme. I'm and they're thinking like if we show you the range from like biggest thing you can do. Most extreme till less. He'll pick something in the middle which he did. He picked the thing on the top. Nobody in the room talked him out of Eh options that you don't want him to because it's yeah you are expecting maybe a rational mind to prevail. In that moment I wanted to go back to you. The soldiers just for a second because James Jones is his first film and this is him on the Dick Caveat show talking about how he was kind of asked is to play this part and what Kubrick wanted from the B fifty two crew just on passive. Gloria think a one in one of those one of his proud of the great great work and so so he's in New York looking at actors for the play general so he wants George C.. Scott although he knew he wanted you to see him work out in In Shakespeare it's been the part of the Venice Kennedy. It also is you know I was playing Prince of Morocco so these are not this is not verbatim but he said I'll take the black one too. I will not cubicles saying that. But that's essentially what what the other EH. One white one black to go. No you want to join us this in a beef Beef fifty two of every ethic. You know the the ethnic crew You Ju- an Irishman a Canadian. Even a black guy ragging Indian you know it was interesting that he really wanted to make that crew very representative of every type of soldier not one dist definitive it. It represents America and then whenever the worm it's just a bunch of old white guys you look identical and let me just God. Eighty uses them. Era like silent props I mean most of the men in the room never do any talking but when you see the balance of the room shift to start standing behind strangelove you know that everything is lost all these people are standing behind behind him and backing him and the president starts to look more and more alone slim. Pickens gives a really beautiful speech when they started on the mission at looks much of handed making speeches. I got a pretty fair idea that doggone going important going on I got a fair idea. The kind of personal emotions. Some you may be thinking uh-huh Heck I reckon you wouldn't even be human beings if you didn't have some pretty strong personal feelings about nuclear comment remember one thank. Thank the folks back home is count on you and by. Golly we ate about eleven found something else. This thing turns out to be half as important as I figure it just might be. I'd say the cure all in line for some important promotions and personal personal side patients. When this things over win ever last one up here regardless of your race color your creed because there will be no promotion? So it'll be world there will be no. The idea of doing this for promotions is ridiculous but I love I love commitment in that scene and he means it if I do have a tiny playing playing it straight. He's playing it straight. If I ever could with the film I do hate how much we always hear. Johnny come marching home. Every time we cut to the plane it starts to drive me a little bit crazy. I kind have liked it for the same reason that repetitiveness it just felt like we're back. We're back here. These are these soldiers are marching down the field. It's like there's no they're they're not changing the beat. They're just going to talk about. But I I hear you saying I did feel a use of the song from a movie that gotten a love the other day at the Golden Globes. We're going to give it some love on this show in that. Is Joe versus the volcano. Aw You joe thanks.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"Magazine it was basically just one image of a cockpit and they brought real soldiers on board the prop and they're this. It is an exact replica. And he was nervous Kubrick that maybe can Adams had done some illegal research to find out exactly how this bomber looked because because it was such an exact replica. which by the way those buttons reminded me very much of Star Wars when they were getting ready to launch the death star laser that it quickly? We're live I feel like I feel like there must have been some element of Lucas. That had to be inspired by that like the amount of switches and the way it was all kind of done I love switches. I love such as I actually kept thinking about hours watching this because I was thinking. Oh Hey it is the death star in new have this thing where if it aims at its target and blows it up then everything is destroyed as we know it. And you have James Earl Jones there on the plane. Let me tell tell you how this is GonNa work all right here. We go we ready for this Did you know by the way that like they have a new thing. I was just reading an article about it where instead of having a ton kind of switches on navy ships. They've had something more like an ipad controlling them. They just started to reinstall well years ago. And it sucks. Nobody can figure out how to use it in. Our ships are harder to steer dear. Wow so the kind of classic that I love that idea of like the tactile nature of buttons and Switches Gears makes me easier to control. I mean the idea of Swiping I know and I don't want to be like an old man. Air POD pros and figure out how to do the noise cancellation relation on them like it was so much easier. Switch 'em trying to rub them like GonNa make a genie come out of my ear. I don't know I hate it all. Sometimes it's having a tactile l.. Switch or turn it so much more fulfilling and I told you that I got to flip the switch on the Millennium Falcon Right. You did say that again. I got to do it a galaxy. This is a big deal. Talk about one thing before we get into the actual film and it's just I think my fascination with Kubrick and you know I've always been a fan of Kubrick films going through this list. I becoming bigger fan of Kubrick films especially the films that we've talked about on this list and I think one of the things that I love about him is that every decision is so cleanly thought out for better for for worse and I think you have to talk about the title sequence of this film at the lettering of the title sequence there artistic. They're not a typeface. It feels different and I think it feels a little bit more fun and a little serious. I think it sets the tone that this is going to be more of a satirical film. It's not not a heavy film but yet you're juxtaposing that on these images of these fifty two bombers and then loading up and there is this this kind of you've childish nature to the the way that the titles are versus what we're actually seeing. What the weapons of war? Yeah there's all. These different tunnel clashes that I admire so much. John is exactly the word I was thinking when I was looking at it. It feels like little kids doodling in their notebooks. Realize that war is about human decisions human people people putting pen to paper and screwing everything up. You know that it. It makes you not feel like you can trust it like if it was the cold kind of clinical giant font. The away the George C Scott Talks about things they talk about things without the human element like mega casualties and stuff. Mega deaths mega again. So funny because Megadeath megadeath is actually a true like a true thing that these scientists that would talk about nuclear war would actually say when and doing this research was just such a funny. I mean this. There's a section in the film where they talk so casually about ten to twenty million people dying megadeath like a death and And I think it was really great. Oh the captured. That idea like people who are in this business of coming up with these disaster plans it is nothing they see it they see it as a bloodless game. Yeah and I think the font here brings the human touch back into it. There's also a misspelling. I'm not going to bring up. Anybody catches them spilling tweeted us. I want you to see but also can we play cl the music because you have this childish fun you have these planes in the air and then you have the score which cuts against everything. Everything else would open up with snare drums instead we get.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Unspooled

"I will not go down in history as the greatest mass murders. Since Adolf Hitler perhaps it might be better Mr President if you were more concerned with the American people when you're in a history book amy who's in it. What's it about Dr Strangelove? It stars a bunch of people playing a bunch of characters with very very very the medically resident pun names. You Have George C.. Scott as General Buck Turgid. You Have Sterling Hayden as Brigadier General. Jack D ripper you have Keenan Wynn as Colonel Bat Guano Slim Pickens as major TJ King Kong and the debut of James Earl Jones as Lieutenant Luther. Zog Tracy read as a bombshell Miss Scott and of course at the top of the list. You have Peter sellars playing three roles not just one. Not just two three roles captain Lionel mandrake a British rush exchange officer President Merkin monthly the president of the United States and Dr Strangelove the man in the wheelchair with the evil evil plans for what can happen to the teacher. The film itself is of course as you said directed by Stanley Kubrick and coup written by Stanley Kubrick Terry Southern and Peter George who wrote the original novel that this was based on and basically the set up here where is that Stanley. Kubrick was very very obsessed with what was going to happen with the future of nuclear war. He started reading billions of books about it. He added a library. People people say of at least sixty books about atomic warfare about the Cold War about new creating bombs to create peace and and he was fascinated by this idea. He finally found a fictional novel. He felt like he could adapt. And that was Dr Strangelove a film that he thought was going to be serious serious film about a serious subject and wound that being a comedy he realized this whole idea of using atomic bombs for peace is such an insanity can only be done as comedy you know I got really fascinated by that book. Santa Kubrick basis on red alert which was originally titled Two hours till Doom when it first came out but Peter. George is an interesting character in the I guess the world of Dr Strangelove because he has a lot of issues with Stanley Kubrick. And Terry Harry southern because those two seemingly take a lot of the credit for the writing of this and I believe that Peter George whose name is also there on the script feels like no. Oh this is my this is my story. They didn't credit me at all. Terry southern just came in at the end and and kind of punched it up and looking at the book red alert and reading. I didn't read the book but I did read the wikipedia entry. It's their it. It's very similar. As far as the structure of the film and actually think the end is is kind of comical as well. Because in the end of red alert the president of up to the Soviet premier that yes they are going to bomb Russia but in exchange they combined Atlantic City That was like the deal that they make at the end of the book which seemed to have some comedy elements to it. But there is this this this interesting history on this book because this book was also kind of play drives for another film called fail-safe l. safe but now Stanley Kubrick owned the rights to red alert so when failsafe is going on which is basically the same exact plot of red alert but starring starring Henry Fonda Walter Matthau Kubrick freaks out. He stops the release of that film. So strange love can come out before for the movie failsafe which is based on red alert because that was plagiarized. I mean there's so much going on here based on the source with your but we're in nineteen sixty four where I think this is on the minds of a lot of people. And what Kubrick does that makes it more interesting in what makes more resonant is. He does what you said makes it comedy. Yeah I mean it's on the minds of a lot of people in part because in nineteen sixty two. We had the huge crisis with Cuba where we realized that the Soviets were putting nuclear missiles onto Cuba Cuba. That could hit us at any angle in there was a gigantic showdown between JFK between Khrushchev between Fidel Castro about what to do where. JFK was in the position edition of getting a lot of bad advice to be honest a lot of his chiefs of staff or like invade Cuba again like attack bomb destroy Cuba like there was a man named Curtis. Lemay who was. He's one of our longest serving generals in American history. and He. He is responsible for like firebombing Japan. He's responsible for the death of a lot of civilians. He's not the most trustworthy figure in American military history. But he was like. Yeah go for it. Let's do it. Let's attack and like the fact that JFK strategy for dealing with the nuclear crisis was just to blockade paid the ships which eventually succeeded with having anybody die. He called that one of our greatest failures of America that we did it. Just like bomb the hell out of him. He's also responsible responsible for saying that he wanted to bomb the Vietnamese back this donate tough-guy awful guy. He's the person who is the inspiration. Here George C.. Scott but I do it is able to move on. They'll say is terrific is wonderful. I remember seeing it a long time ago. It was something I watched in high school because I was doing research all kind of came back to me and it was was a movie that I think at. The time was very well reviewed but just not a critical success at all. Yeah it's directed by our Buddy Sidney Lumet yes and did you know that was remade in the year. Two Thousand No. I actually pulled a little clip of the trailer of it was updated as a live. TV show you know how we do grease stated failsafe live and they kept it in black. Why can wipe right? Because there's a man in here who likes to keep things in black and white here. Let's listen we are now in a technical state of war. Fire off all their rockets. It's well that leaves us with what alternative general. We have to prove to them that this is a mistake. Order the fighters in shoot down the bombers Richard Dreyfuss Brian Denny Noah Wyle really George Clooney failsafe. Wow you know what now as I just watch. Watch that. Maybe it wasn't that I remember watching the Henry Fonda version of it. I may have just remembered that because that seems like the stars of the are attack Eh find a kind of the same. You know the big difference between the original source material and Dr Strangelove the overtly comedic elements. Was that the film and the book originally started out with aliens landing on planet Earth after this nuclear destruction trying to figure out what exactly a happened and there were early versions of script drafts. Where that's how Kubrick wanted? Open the film. I think it's so much stronger. The way that it it opens it opens in a very somber way. There's no sound you have this title card that basically basically. I think there's a great job of saying this is so real but it's not real. I feel like it's sort of. I don't know yeah. No if Stanley Kubrick was told to put that in front of his film or if by putting it in front of his film he makes the film feel more real. And I feel like it's probably the latter. Yeah I mean the the film it basically opens on this car to sing like the. US Air Force says that they have safeguards. None of this is going to happen. Don't worry about it to me. That feels like the studio Colombia's being nervous saying please don't get mad at us. US government because the truth is this could have happened. I mean it almost happened not even with the. US Air Force but with the Soviets V8's like during the Cuban crisis. There was a moment when one of the deep deep deep submarines in nineteen sixty two that had nuclear warheads on it. They thought that the war had started because because they're out of radio service and so they took a vote and they're like can we launch one of our nuclear missiles. We think that the war has already begun in. They had to get a unanimous vote in two people said yes the third guy said no and that is how close we came in nineteen. Sixty two so safeguards. Well I can imagine trusting the nineteen sixty four in this movie comes out and I know the Kubrick because also nervous because Ken Adams who did all the set design for the film. It's a beautifully designed movie recreated a beefy two bomber apparently from one image that was in a British flying.

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Piece. Dr Strangelove opens in theaters to both critical and popular claim. The movie's popularity was evidence of changing attitudes towards the Tomek weapons and the concept of nuclear deterrence. Especially after the frightening Cuban missile crisis of nineteen sixty two when nuclear annihilation seemed a very real possibility and this week in two thousand eight the biggest upset in the history of the Super Bowl. The New York Giants done the New England Patriots in Super Bowl forty two. New England came into the game with an unblemished eighteen and a record was attempting to become the second team to finish an undefeated season with a Super Bowl victory. The giants finished just ten at six in the regular season and needed three straight playoff wins on the road to make the Super Bowl they entered Super Bowl forty two as twelve point underdogs. That's your look back at this week in history. Now a year and rock spotlight. Nineteen seventy-five. November queens Ford Hallam is a worldwide smash single bohemian rhapsody it hits number one in the UK and number four in the US. December Bob Marley and the Wailers released their live album recorded at two concerts in London in July and Paul Simon has a number one album with still crazy after all these years the album produces for top ten hits. And get your free listening to I heart radio for more from nineteen seventy-five coming up. Energy drinks..

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"dr strangelove" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"dr strangelove" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"I don't think so dr strangelove i thought it was hitchcock movie i don't think so wasn't there appeared fielder named dr strangelove baseball right yes it was and yet dr strangelove yeah kubrik kubrick county hits aim same same like us type of classic aye yai foot tuesday doctor strange lawyer adik stewart was an infielder first baseman was such a bit and radic steal there dr strange who great nicknamed by great nickname much better than elven anti yahoo yeah we could i feel like a you know there's a couple of guys i'd like to nicknamed dr strangelove like who on on like we could well daniel murphy could be doctor strangelove yeah five different nickname for him yeah okay so larry says there's only one person that can help him and we're sort of left at this mystery of who could it be and larry goes off to go find and seek out salman rushdie i think they thought this would be like a really big deal and it's cool but i think it and we discussed the we can have salman rushdie on the on the show i think in week one room but i don't think it is it's he's not recognizable by faced even the whalers with banks it so i think that sort of like the pact we if the sort of man's blaine like that salman rushdie's in the room tempers it a little bit how does salman rushdie have such a nice house like his house was like fivetimes nicer than larry's you don't think he got palamo lany from his ex wife and what who's his ex wife had malange me okay antonio massaro rights then and says was the entire fought with six if you'll joke that we can get tournament it was it larry's laugh at rushdie for being married to padma which is one of the alltime great coverage out kicks hoon yup possibly yeah no i i hear me the normal looking guy cadillac me is like ludicrously go looked okay i don't think i have a uh your of a picture in your head at malaga well what she famous for she's the host the top ship you never seen top now.

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