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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It will have you sitting on the brink of eternity!
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The large, metal phone the President uses to talk to the Soviet premier was actually a special phone used by explosives companies during blasting. 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
[after recommending an unprovoked attack by the U.S. on Moscow
And the Lord said, gentlemen, "He who is without sin, let him cast the first stone."
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