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.
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Although the first view of Henry Fonda is a full-body shot of him walking down the hallway, his first closeup is from the back, as he looks over his shoulder with a smile. This is similar to the surprise view of Fonda as the bad guy in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968), showing his face for the first time as a young boy is killed. See more
If the "Vindicator" bombers were actually B-58s as shown, the crew would not be all in one compartment, but in three totally separate compartments with pilot in front, navigator behind him and the bombardier in back. In case of ejection, each compartment would snap shut like a clam shell and be launched as such. Ejection would only be possible at low speeds, otherwise no one could survive ejection. See more
[viciously slapping a beautiful young woman who has tried to seduce him after a cocktail party
I'm not your kind.
The sounds of a bullfight crowd is heard in reference to Black's matador dream. Then, the squeal of the Russian ambassador's melted phone which the President stated would be heard when New York City was bombed. See more
Referenced in The Walker