A series of human and computer errors sends a squadron of American 'Vindicator' bombers to nuke Moscow. The President, in order to convince the Soviets that this is a mistake, orders the Strategic Air Command to help the Soviets stop them. Written by
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Did You Know?
In the original novel, the character of Dr. Groeteschele, played by Walter Matthau
, has a back story very similar to the early life of future Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
: a German Jewish immigrant who fled Nazi Germany with his parents as a teenager, then became an intelligence officer in the US Army in World War II in charge of interrogating German POWs, then went on to become a specialist in International Relations. See more
At the very beginning of the first scene in the White House, look closely at the President, his secretary and the 2 other men: they're all standing perfectly abreast of each other at the end of a hallway, as if they were just standing there waiting for the director to yell "Action!". If they really had just come around the corner (which is the only place they could have come from, since the hallway dead ends on a window), they should be jumbled more closely together, being able to walk abreast of each other only after 3 or 4 steps. See more
[over the phone
I can hear the sound of explosions from the north east. The sky is very bright. All lit up.
[phone melts and high pitched whining sound starts
[FINAL CREDIT]: The producers of this film wish to stress that it is the stated position of the Department of Defense and the United States Air Force that a rigidly enforced system of safeguards and controls insure that occurrences such as those depicted in this story cannot happen See more
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