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Made in 2004, this piece, featuring former secretary of defense Robert McNamara and journalist Bob Woodward, among others, looks into the nuclear paranoia that fueled the satire of DR. STRANGELOVE.
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Through rarely seen home movies and interviews with critic Roger Ebert, actors Shirley MacLaine and Michael Palin, and others, this 2004 program celebrates the performing prowess of DR. STRANGELOVE star Peter Sellers.
In this interview, made in 2016, film scholar Rodney Hill (contributor, “The Stanley Kubrick Archives”) delves into the archetypes present in DR. STRANGELOVE.
Filmed on the DR. STRANGELOVE set in 1963, these black-and-white interviews with actors George C. Scott and Peter Sellers were made by Columbia Pictures to promote the film.