Originally Posted by SPfloppy
I saw failsafe. Kudos to the guy who posted that. The still sequenec during the bombing was haunting and I watched it 40 years after it was made
I saw "Fail Safe" for the first time when it was being shown at 2 a.m. on WGN one night and I thought "this is a lot better than the typical middle-of-the-night movie." Interesting to see small parts by Walter Matthau and Dom DeLuise before they became famous comedians. Larry Hagman also gets a supporting role before his breakout on "I Dream Of Jeannie".
It's a bit dated now because the Cold War is over but it is definitely a top drama.