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This WW II-set drama follows the creation of the first atomic bomb.
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Overview

This WW II-set drama follows the creation of the first atomic bomb.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/13/2007
  • UPC: 054961981090
  • Original Release: 1989
  • Source: Acorn Media
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 2:20:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brian Dennehy Gen. Leslie Groves
David Strathairn J. Robert Oppenheimer
Michael Tucker Leo Szilard
Hume Cronyn James F. Byrnes
Richard Dysart Harry S. Truman
Hal Holbrook Gen. George Marshall
John McMartin
David Ogden Stiers FDR
Barnard Hughes Secretary Stimpson
Anne Twomey
Olek Krupa
Bernie McInerney
Ken Pogue
Gary Reineke
Alan Scarfe
John Seitz
Tony Shalhoub
Ron White
Stefan Balint Eugen Wigner
Peter Boretski Albert Einstein
Patrick Breen Richard Feynman
Vlasta Vrana Hans Bethe
George Popovich Samuel Goudsmit
Lorne Brass Klaus Fuchs
Michael Sinelnikoff Lord Rutherford
Graham Haley Haakon Chevalier
Timothy Webber Colonel Lansdale
David Gow Jack Wisnovsky
Isabelle Mejias Mrs. Trowbridge
Jonathan Wise Robert Serber
George R. Robertson Ed Condon
Tom Butler Captain DeSilva
Robert Morelli T.O. Jones
Jon Baggaley James Tuck
David Bolt Harry Gold
David Ferry Army Major
Francois Klanfer Haagen
Michael J. Reynolds Kenneth Bainbridge
Joe Cazalet Air Force Guard
Scott Thomson Chemist
Bob Clout Alfred MacCormack
Roland Hewgill Army General
Terence Labrosse Allan Dulles
Philip Spensley British Sr. Officer
Frederick Neumann Alexander Sachs
Norris Domingue General Pa Watson
Lawrence Z. Dane
Ronald C. Frazier
Dee McCaffrey William "Deke" Parsons
Technical Credits
Joseph Sargent Director
Mason K. Daring Score Composer
Debra Karen Editor
David W. Rintels Producer, Screenwriter
Curtis Schnell Production Designer
Aaron Spelling Executive Producer
Kees Van Oostrum Cinematographer
E. Duke Vincent Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Day One
1. Last Train to London [3:10]
2. Traffic Light Inspiration [3:36]
3. Taken Seriously [4:59]
4. Birth of the Manhattan Project [4:54]
5. Getting the Numbers Right [4:42]
6. Meeting Oppenheimer [3:32]
7. Tightening the Screws [7:42]
8. A Devastating Success [4:59]
9. Los Alamos [4:29]
10. Organizing Issues [4:52]
11. Security and Surveillance [12:09]
12. Espionage [9:00]
13. New Approaches [3:22]
14. The Bomb Gap Widens [5:11]
15. A New Target? [14:22]
16. Debating the Bomb's Use [11:22]
17. Implications [7:01]
18. Setting Things Up [4:55]
19. A Potential Surrender? [2:11]
20. First Test [9:13]
21. Aftermath [4:24]
22. Enola Gay [10:04]
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Menu

Day One
   Play Feature
   Scene Index
   Cast Filmographies
      Brian Dennehy
      David Strathairn
      Michael Tucker
      Hume Cronyn
      Richard A. Dysart
      Hal Holbrook
      Barnard Hughes
      David Ogden Stiers
      Tony Shalhoub
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  • Posted November 30, 2010

    The best so far...

    Easily the best film interpretation of the development of the atom bomb. The casting and acting are excellent. David Strathairn as Robert Oppenheimer, Brian Dennehy as General Leslie Groves and Michael Tucker as Leo Szilard have never done better work. There are other versions of this story, and the one featuring Sam Waterston especially comes to mind, but none equal this telling. In short--outstanding!

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