‘Dr. Strangelove’ Comes to Blu-ray on June 16th

This 1964 classic will come to high-def in a 45th Anniversary Edition.
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‘Dr. Strangelove’ Comes to Blu-ray on June 16th

A Stanley Kubrick classic is getting the anniversary treatment. Dr. Strangelove will be released on Blu-ray in a new 45th Anniversary Special Edition on June 16. We don't have any cover art or full special features details as of yet, but the disc will be priced at approximately $39. We'll surely keep you updated on any developments with this new BD disc. The film stars Peter Sellers and Sterling Hayden.

Stanley Kubrick's black comedy classic about an "accidental" nuclear attack received four Oscar nominations (including Best Picture, 1964). Convinced the Commies want to pollute America's "precious bodily fluids," a crazed general (Sterling Hayden) orders a nuclear air strike on the U.S.S.R. As his aide, Captain Mandrake (Peter Sellers), scrambles to unlock a recall code to prevent the bombing, the U.S. President (Sellers again) calls a drunken Soviet Premier on the hotline claiming the proposed attack is all a silly mistake, while the President's advisor (an ex-Nazi scientist) Dr. Strangelove (Sellers once more) verifies the existence of a dreaded Doomsday Machine - a retaliatory device designed by the Soviets to end the human race once and for all!

Special Features: (More special features to be announced later)

- Documentary: "No Fighting in the War Room or: Dr. Strangelove and the Nuclear Threat

- Inside: Dr. Strangelove

- Featurette: "Best Sellers: Peter Sellers Remembered

- Interview with former Defense secretary Robert McNamara

- "The Cold Facts" - a bonus track that offers trivia and background information on the Cold War, plus interviews with experts and analysts (including Daniel Ellsberg and former counter-terrorism chief Richard A. Clarke)

Sources:DVD Town

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  • cjpc • 6 years ago

    Sellers did play the president, and the "crazed general" was General Jack D. Ripper, and Gen. Turgidson (played by George C. Scott) was the general in the war room, along with the president, and others!

    You may want to watch the movie again, or at least edit/delete your post so you don't look bad!

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    • moviemage • 6 years ago

      I truly hope a Blu-ray boxed set comes out, something called The Kubrick Collection or something like that, and includes 2001, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Dr. Strangelove, Spartacus, Full Metal Jacket, Lolita, Eyes Wide Shut, and that amazing doc*mentary about him: A Life In Pictures. He is no doubt one of the best directors to grace Hollywood. That collection would be a true collector's item.

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      • savagesk • 6 years ago

        wow..do you EVER have to check your facts on this...and learn how to READ. Especially the cast..wow..Mr Sellers was NEVER the president..and wasnt that Scott guy the general? I think u need to watch this movie again before you look like a TOTAL moron :P *directed at whoever wrote this 'article'* dumbass.

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