KCinLA (kc_in_la) wrote,

Seriously Funny but was Strangely Familiar

Dr. Strangelove - A B&W 1964 Movie with Peter Sellers by Stanley KubricK A black comedy about the cold war by Kubrick. Starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott also Slim Pickins Based on the novel "Red Alert" by Peter George Adapted and Directed by Stanley Kubrick This is a Custom Player that I made at YouTube. All eleven of the YouTube video clips that comprise this collection are contained in this custom player and each clip is automatically selected in the proper sequence (as long as I did not screw anything up along the way... :p )
The first clip showing the credits has a military plane being refueled in mid-air (Clip 1 - 01:30).  The music intentionally gives in an erotic feeling.  It has been indicated by others the Stanley Kubrick meant to convey the idea that the planes were "making love" and for some reason, just now, I thought of the life-cycle for a dragonfly. which culminates in a - flying fu## *.  (That thought connected with Kevin Costner's movie called Dragonfly, but I'll save that for later.)

* {I wonder it that is where the expression: I don't give a flying fu## about ... }
Tags: comedy, dr. strangelove, peter sellers, satire, stanley kubrick

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