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Hey guys,

One of my favorite all time movies is Dr. Strangelove (Or How I

Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb) featuring
Sellers in 3 different roles, George C. Scott in one, Slim Pickens
in one and amazingly, James Earl Jones in a very early role.

It’s a “dark comedy” about the cold war, attitudes, concepts and

doctrine that are now relegated to the history books because
President Reagan eventually decided to win.

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It was originally intended as a serious movie, but when Stanley

Kubrick was writing it, he couldn’t write out the dark humor that
naturally occurred from such concepts as a “missile gap,” mutual
assured destruction (MAD) and the “balance of terror.”  When you
look back on it all now and think about those concepts there IS an
absurdity about them—but they were very real at the time, and I
remember them as a kid in the 80’s.

So Kubrick rightfully went with the dark comedy and produced a

movie that holds up to this very day, still hilarious, still
disturbing—a “mine shaft gap” is still funny.

One of the absolute best lines from the movie is when George C

Scott’s character, an Air Force General, gets in a fight with the
Soviet Ambassador who has been invited into the war room by the
President.  The President looks at them and says, “You can’t fight
here, this is the war room.”

Now that is a classic line, both hilarious and absurd at the same

time, especially the way Sellers delivers it with sincerity.
You laugh, but it’s not the kind of laugh you get, say, from
watching the three stooges…you laugh, but you feel disturbed at
the same time.

The movie would not have worked if it had been released as a

serious movie.  Eight months later, in fact, a serious movie along
the same lines called Fail Safe was released to critical acclaim,
but mediocre box office sales, quickly fading into obscurity.

What made Dr. Strangelove a lasting classic was Kubrick’s ability

to perceive what it was as he created it, going with what it turned
into, not what he initially thought he wanted.  He stuck to the
“dark comedy” theme throughout the entire movie, even cutting out
a pie fight scene at the very end which was farce and slapstick,
not dark humor. The movie ends with the “doomsday machine” going
off, showing clips of various nuclear test explosions set to Very
Lynn’s “Until We Meet Again.”  Now that’s how you end a classic.

The lesson here is to develop the situation as it unfolds, not to

form an initial opinion of what you want, trying to fit events into
your preconception.  For example, some men think they want a
for casual dating, when she may be a great girlfriend if you
the situation unfold.  Or they may think they want a wife, when
the woman they have in mind is a party girl and good for nothing
else.  Stick to your initial inclination, and bad things will
happen, develop the situation, let it unfold, and you may wind up
with a classic.

And never, ever forget, “there is no fighting in the war room.”

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-John Alanis

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