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Gen. Maxwell Taylor (Character)
from Thirteen Days (2000)

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Alternate Names:
General Maxwell Taylor / Maj. Gen. Maxwell Taylor / Major General Maxwell Taylor / Maxwell Taylor


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  1. Thirteen Days (2000) Played by Bill Smitrovich

  2. A Thousand Men and a Baby (1997) (TV) Played by Bill Bolender

  3. "Kennedy"
        - Episode #1.1 (1983) TV episode, Played by F.J. O'Neil
        - Episode #1.6 (1983) TV episode, Played by F.J. O'Neil
        - Episode #1.5 (1983) TV episode, Played by F.J. O'Neil
        - Episode #1.4 (1983) TV episode, Played by F.J. O'Neil
        - Episode #1.7 (1983) TV episode, Played by F.J. O'Neil

  4. A Bridge Too Far (1977) Played by Paul Maxwell (as Maj. Gen. Maxwell Taylor)
  5. The Missiles of October (1974) (TV) Played by Andrew Duggan
    ... aka "Missiles of October" - International (English title) (informal short title)

  6. Die Kuba-Krise 1962 (1969) (TV) Played by Hans Daniel (as Maxwell Taylor)
Archive Footage:
  1. Roots of the Cuban Missile Crisis (2001) (V) Played by Bill Smitrovich (as General Maxwell Taylor)

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From Thirteen Days (2000)
President Kennedy: [addressing the NPIC photograph analyst] Okay - let's have it.
NPIC Photo Interpreter: Gentlemen, as most of you now know, a U-2 over Cuba Sunday morning took a series of disturbing photographs. Our analysis at NPIC indicates that the Soviet Union has followed up its conventional weapons build-up in Cuba with the introduction of surface-to-surface, medium-range ballistic missiles, or MRBMs. Our official estimate at this time is that the missile system is the SS-4 'Sandal'. We do not believe that the missiles are as yet operational. Iron Bark reports that the SS-4 can deliver a 3-megaton nuclear weapon 1,000 miles. So far we've identified 32 missiles serviced by about 3400 men, undoubtedly all Soviet personnel. Our cities and military installations in the southeast as far north as Washington, D.C., are in range of these weapons, and in the evnt of a launch would have only five minutes of warning.
General Marshall Carter: Five minutes, gentlemen.
Gen. Max Taylor: In those five minutes, they could kill 80 million Americans - and destroy a significant percentage of our bomber bases, degrading our retaliatory options. The Joint Chiefs' consensus, Mr. President, is that this signals a major doctrinal shift in Soviet thinking - to a first-strike policy. It is a massively destabilizing move.
Robert Kennedy: How long until they're operational?
NPIC Photo Interpreter: General Taylor can answer that question better than I can.
Gen. Max Taylor: GMAC - Guided Missiles Intelligence Committee - estimates 10-14 days. A crash program could limit that time. However, I must stress that there may be more missiles - that we don't know about. We need more U-2 coverage.
President Kennedy: Gentlemen, I want first reactions here. Assuming for the moment that Khruschev has not gone off the deep end - and intends to start World War III - what are we looking at?
Dean Rusk: Mr. President, I believe my team is in agreement. If we permit the introduction of nuclear missiles to a Soviet satellite nation in our hemisphere, the diplomatic consequnces will be too terrible to contemplate. The Russians are trying to show the world they can do whatever they want, wherever they want, and we're powerless to stop them. If they succeed...
Robert Kennedy: It'll be Munich all over again.
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