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Was Dr. Strangelove originally intended to be serious?
The legendary Kubrick comedy Dr. Strangelove is based on the book Red Alert which is in no way comedic. At the time of release, not long after the Cuban Missile Crisis, apocalyptic pessimism was the ...
Feb 16 '13 at 19:19
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