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Actors: Malte Forssell (producer), Robert Gustafsson (actor), Miglen Mirtchev (actor), Sigurjon Sighvatsson (producer), Hans Lönnerheden (producer), Kerry Shale (actor), Johan Rheborg (actor), Alan Ford (actor), Philip Rosch (actor), Iwar Wiklander (actor), Jens Hultén (actor), Donald Högberg (actor), Ralph Carlsson (actor), Patrik Karlson (actor), Anna Knochenhauer (producer),
Plot: Based on the internationally best-selling novel by Jonas Jonasson, the unlikely story of a 100-year-old man who decides it's not too late to start over. For most people it would be the adventure of a lifetime, but Allan Karlsson's unexpected journey is not his first. For a century he's made the world uncertain, and now he is on the loose again.Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Drama,
Actors: Simon Prescott (actor), David McCracken (writer), David McCracken (editor), David McCracken (director), Joel Townsend (miscellaneous crew), Simon Stevens (composer), Brad Kimmel (producer), Patrick J. Andersen (actor), Margaret Allison (producer), Richard Riedford (producer), Bella McCracken (producer), Lucille McCracken (producer), Michael McCracken (producer), Kent Allison (producer), Christopher Wickman (producer),Genres: Action, History, Sci-Fi, Short,
Actors: Slawomir Orzechowski (actor), Jan Peszek (actor), Danuta Stenka (actress), Marcin Dorocinski (actor), Tomasz Dedek (actor), Stanislas Syrewicz (composer), Cezary Zak (actor), Adam Woronowicz (actor), Jan Wieczorkowski (actor), Jaroslaw Gruda (actor), Marek Barbasiewicz (actor), Piotr Garlicki (actor), Piotr Zelt (actor), Agata Buzek (actress), Dariusz Jakubowski (actor),
Plot: It's 1945, last two months of World War II. The American and Russian intelligence services are desperately looking for the secret 'Apparatus'- a device which helps Germans to decipher Soviet telegrams. Functioning of this machine is associated with one of the biggest secrets of World War II - construction of the atom bomb in the underground laboratories of Lower Silesia complex "Riese". The tracks lead to the Tschocha Castle in Lower Silesia. Polish agent- Johan Jorg arrives there and he is employed as a cryptologist to work with 'Apparatus'. Jorg passes information to the radiotelegraph operator - Natalia. Thanks to her, a special intelligence group, led by Howard Compaigne -American cryptologist and commodore, and by Andrzej Czerny -an officer of Polish intelligence, prepares for a strike. Russians also send their agents near Tschocha. The castle is ruled by Hans Jacob Globcke, the head of security who is supported by Matheas Beer. Globcke discovers that Jorg released a Polish prisoner of war- Andrzej Czerny in 1939. He suspects Jorg to be an allied spy and frantically searches for evidences against Jorg. When Natalia is arrested by Globcke it seems that nothing can save Jorg. A special commando group with Compaign and Czerny heads towards the castle in order to contact Jorg. Despite their sacrifice and heroism, Globcke exports 'Apparatus' into the heart of Germany. However, their efforts are not wasted. Compaigne, Czerny and Jorg finally get to 'Apparatus' but they don't receive any commendation from the superiors. They are dismissed from the army.Keywords: cipher, fortress, intelligence, malaszynski, poland, secret, spy, tajemnica, twierdza, woloszanski
Actors: Jean-Gabriel Nordmann (actor), Leslie Nielsen (actor), Barry Morse (actor), Jean-Paul Muel (actor), Predrag Manojlovic (actor), Relja Basic (actor), Denis Manuel (actor), Maury Chaykin (actor), Lloyd Bochner (actor), Charles Millot (actor), Bruno Balp (actor), Michael Ironside (actor), Pier Paolo Capponi (actor), Vincent Grass (actor), Jacques Perrin (actor),
Plot: A dramatization of the Manhattan Project, which produced the atomic bomb at the close of World War Two. This series follows the development of the project, from Leo Szilard's first conception of the power within the atom, to the power struggles between J. Robert Oppenheimer, the project's science leader, and General Leslie Groves, the project's military commander.Keywords: communist-infiltrator, docudrama, nazi, nuclear-war, nuclear-weapons, physics, science, scientist, spy, tv-mini-series
Actors: Petar Banicevic (actor), Djordje Jelisic (actor), Rade Markovic (actor), Svetolik Nikacevic (actor), Branko Plesa (actor), Vladimir Popovic (actor), Predrag Tasovac (actor), Marko Todorovic (actor), Janez Vrhovec (actor), Milos Zutic (actor), Stojan Decermic (actor), Arsenije Jovanovic (director), Jovan Milicevic (actor), Dusan Bulajic (actor), Filip David (miscellaneous crew),Genres: Drama,
This 1981 documentary follows the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer: the head of the infamous Manhattan Project. The documentary devotes much of its attention on how the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki affected him during his later years. This version of the film is taken from the 1995 CD-ROM version of the film released by The Voyager Company. So please excuse the low quality as this video was compressed with a very early version of Quicktime.
I found this on the internet some time ago, and decided to upload it. This is Season 4, Episode 18 from the Ed Murrow Series "See It Now" A Conversation with J. Robert Oppenheimer (4 Jan. 1955) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2965122/ Special thanks to Mr. Jochen Gruber for provinding me with the information above!
On July 16, 1945, the U.S. government tested their first nuclear bomb, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer. As the blast went off, Oppenheimer became aware not only the terrifying power of the nuclear bomb but also our inability to entirely comprehend the implications of this invention. His attempts to warn the public were silenced and ridiculed, though today, over 65 years later, his voice is a haunting reminder of our very real nuclear threat. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2TP Featuring interviews from the documentary film "Countdown to Zero," this short is a look into the man who created the bomb...and a frightening new world. Find out more about the movie, and how you can demand a world without nuclear weapons, at TakePart.com/zero. Produced by TakePart with Participant Media Directed ...
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Ray Monk Professor, University of Southampton May 15, 2013 In this lecture, Ray Monk, author of Robert Oppenheimer: A Life Inside the Center, Random House, 2013, will tell the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the Institute's third Director (1947--66), in the context of the momentous developments in which he played a leading part. It will describe the community in which he was brought up, his development as a physicist, his involvement in left-wing politics in the 1930s, and his unlikely choice as director of the laboratory in Los Alamos that produced the world's first atomic bomb. It will also describe his attempts after the war to secure international control over atomic energy, his opposition to the hydrogen bomb, and the security hearing of 1954 that stripped him of his security clearan...
we waited until the blast had passed, walked out of the shelter and then it was extremely solemn... if the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky that would be like the splendor of the mighty one... the optimist thinks this is the best of all possible worlds and the pessimist knows it. -j. robert oppenheimer we were lying there, very tense, in the early dawn, and there were just a few streaks of gold in the east; you could see your neighbor very dimly. those ten seconds were the longest ten seconds that i ever experienced. suddenly, there was an enormous flash of light, the brightest light i have ever seen or that i think anyone has ever seen. it blasted; it pounced; it bored its way right through you. it was a vision which was seen with more than the eye. it...