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Year: 1964
Original Title: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Length: 93 minutes
Genre: Comedy, War
Studios: Columbia Pictures

Release Dates

United Kingdom: January 20 1964

United States: January 29 1964

Ranking

Ranking: 9,536 out of 15,428 movies (up 239)

Ranked #72 in list 'The best comedies'

6,0

6.0 by 24 users

Plot

Jack D. Ripper is the general of the Air Force of the United States. Jack is convinced that the communists are polluting the water of the United States. To prevent this communist attack, orders a surprise nuclear air strike against the Soviet Union. Captain Mandrake, Jack's assistant, is trying to stop the bombing of the Soviets. The President of the United States no doubt in contact with Moscow to explain that the attack is nothing more than a harmless error. For his part, Dr. Strangelove, an adviser to the president who once was a scientist of the Nazis, confirms the existence of the "Doomsday Machine", a device Soviet retaliation able to destroy humanity forever and it is activated automatically in case of an attack against his country.

Director

Cast Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

George C. Scott

George C. Scott

Buck Turgidson

Sterling Hayden

Sterling Hayden

Jack Ripper

James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones

Lothar Zogg

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