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Title: Dr. Strangelove  
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Subject: Stanley Kubrick, 37th Academy Awards, Science fiction film, Mutual assured destruction, Lawrence of Arabia (film)
Collection: 1960S Comedy Films, 1964 Films, Alternate History Films, American Aviation Films, American Black Comedy Films, American Films, American Political Satire Films, Anti-Nuclear Films, Anti-War Films, Best British Film Bafta Award Winners, Best Film Bafta Award Winners, Black-and-White Films, British Aviation Films, British Black Comedy Films, British Films, British Political Films, British Satirical Films, Cold War Aviation Films, Cold War Films, Columbia Pictures Films, English-Language Films, Films About Fictional Presidents of the United States, Films About Nuclear War and Weapons, Films Based on British Novels, Films Based on Military Novels, Films Directed by Stanley Kubrick, Films Produced by Stanley Kubrick, Films Set in the Arctic, Films Set in Washington, D.C., Films Set on Airplanes, Films Shot in England, Films Shot in Greenland, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation Winning Works, Mad Scientist Films, Military Humor in Film, Screenplays by Stanley Kubrick, Screenplays by Terry Southern, United States Air Force in Films, United States National Film Registry Films, World War III Speculative Fiction
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