Coming to you live from CBS, your host, Mr. Walter Cronkite.
Ladies and gentlemen, you're at an opening night.
Tonight, television takes a giant step.
For the next two hours...
...this network will be presenting the first feature-length story...
...to be broadcast live on CBS in 39 years.
Tonight's show, Fail Safe...
...is based on the best-selling novel by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler...
...and written for the screen by Walter Bernstein.
You're tuned to CBS.
The clocks are turned back, and our story begins in just one minute.
What time is it?
The Secretary's bringing some...
...muckamuck to lecture to all of us brass.
Taking the train?
No, I'll fly down.
Be back in time for dinner.
That would be fine.
I'll take the children to Manhattan.
We're going to see My Fair Lady.
She's in New York?
You had that dream again, didn't you?
Maybe I should quit my job.
The dream's related, I know.
Why don't you come with us to see My Fair Lady? Audrey Hepburn.
And leave Swenson and General Stark in a room alone?
Let's take that vacation, Blackie.
-And get you away from all of this. -Soon.
How did I get so lucky to stumble onto you?
Come home early.
How long have you been stationed in Omaha, Colonel Cascio?
Three years, Congressman. This is the control center to the War Room.
How far down are we?
That seems a little extreme even for the War Department.
Yes, sir. I'm sure it does.
What we are seeing here is the naval situation in the Pacific.
Those white ones are our surface vessels and our submarines.
And those are Russian submarines.
So close to our shoreline?
International waters. Anyone's got a right to be there.
The Russians aren't just anyone.
What are they doing there, or is that a foolish question?
Same thing we're doing to them over there.
Surveillance. Don't worry, Mr. Knapp. We keep a very close eye on them.
-Thanks to you and your company. -We just make the computers.
You people do the important work.
Congressman. Follow me, gentlemen.
-Your computers are the best in the world. -Thank you.
They ought to be. They cost enough.
This is about more than just money.
I got elected to watch the dollars, Mr. Knapp.
Like Mr. Jefferson said:
''Patriotism is the last refuge of the profligate.''
Or was it Will Rogers?
-Where you from, Colonel? -New York City, sir.
New York City.
Your Congressman's Sam Noonan, right?
I wouldn't know. I'm in the Air Force.
Congressman. Give me the polar projection, please.
What we're seeing now is a projection of the Northern Hemisphere.
It's like looking down at the Earth from the North Pole...
...at an altitude of about 10-0- miles.
Those are our bombers patrolling the Russian perimeter.
Shortly they'll be returning to their base in Alaska.
They'll be replaced by other bombers with fresh crews.
Men chosen very carefully, sir. The cream of the cream.
He's got a good arm.
His fielding skills are a little suspect, but....
-He's 10-, Jack. -No, I know.
We'll see. Next spring.
He can hit. I could never hit.
Stands in there, puts the bat on his shoulder...
...looks the pitcher right in the eye, takes his cuts.
Five minutes to ready planes.
The other kids duck when the pitch comes in. He doesn't flinch.
-Brave little-- -Got that from his mom.
Yeah. She was something.
How's he doing?
-Dad! How long will this one be? -Shouldn't be too late.
-You sure? -Positive.
Only fools are positive.
-Are you sure? -Positive.
-Dad? -Yes, Sport.
You know that chameleon you got me?
I know him well. We talk about you all the time.
Four minutes to ready planes.
Can you get me another one?
Why, you think he needs a friend?
No, it's just that he's dead.
He was alive yesterday. What happened?
He got cooked.
-You cooked the chameleon? -Not me, the sun.
We're supposed to keep the shade down so the sun doesn't get on him.
I forgot, and he got cooked.
When I get home, we'll give him a proper burial.
You mad at me, Dad?
-Of course not. This weekend-- -Tell Tommy I said hey.
Flynn says hey. I'm flying with him today.
-Is he flying Number 6? -Are you flying Number 6?
I got to go. I'll be home soon, Sport.
-You sure? -I'm positive.
Only fools are positive.
-I'll see you. -I'll see you, Dad.
Three minutes to ready planes.
They're all armed with nuclear bombs.
Two kinds of bombs. Air-to-air missiles for use against enemy planes...
...and two 20--ton hydrogen bombs designed to detonate over land targets.
Each one more powerful than what we dropped on Hiroshima.
And you guys are the finger on the trigger.
I think I know what you're worried about.
Somebody goes nuts in here, the bombs go off and the world blows up.
No way. We have checks upon checks. Fail Safe procedures--
That don't depend on humans.
That's the scariest thing I've heard since I came in here.
What Colonel Cascio meant was that we bypass human error.
Even the best people make mistakes. We've got the very best.
They get tired, angry, their minds can wander.
We've compensated for that.
Thanks again to Mr. Knapp and his systems.
We make them as foolproof as we can.
Maybe you ought to have a ''fool safe'' procedure.
Protect us from the fools in the world.
-I'd sleep a lot better. -So would I, but unfortunately--
What's going on, General?
We've come up with an unidentified flying object.
Until we know what it is for sure, we consider it hostile.
So what do you do about it?
We've gone to Condition Blue. That's our lowest level of readiness.
As you saw, we always have a certain number of bombers in the air.
They have been told we're at Condition Blue...
...so now they'll now fly to their Fail Safe points.
-Put that up for me, please. -Yes.
Different for each group and changes from day to day.
The Fail Safe is a fixed point in the sky...
...where the bombers orbit till they get a positive order to go in.
Without that order, they come home.
No bomber can proceed on its own discretion.
-You get that order by radio, right? -But not verbally.
This is of course highly classified.
The attack order is transmitted to a small box...
...on the aircraft that we call the Fail Safe box.
This box is operated by a code...
...which can function only at the express order of the President.
Seven minutes to Fail Safe.
When we go to Condition Blue it goes on automatically...
...at seven minutes and starts a countdown. Nothing unusual.
Why don't you just give them a direct verbal yes or no...
...and save yourselves all this trouble?
Voices can be imitated.
An enemy comes up on the same radio frequency...
...imitates the voice of the President, it can send whatever message it wants.
No, there can't be any interference with the box. We've seen to that.
There's nothing unusual about Condition Blue?
No. This is Standard Operating Procedure.
We've sent fighter aircraft up to identify the bogie.
You said it could be hostile.
We have to regard it as hostile. That doesn't mean that it is.
-Doesn't mean it isn't. -This happens five or six times a month.
After Blue, we still have to go to Condition Yellow, Condition Green...
...and then Condition Red.
And Condition Red is?
Maybe this time it's a real UFO.
From outer space? I wouldn't mind that.
Give us something to worry about besides the Russians.
I read your memo on counterforce credibility.
I don't think that's what Groteschele is going to talk about today.
You mean you don't want me to bring it up.
Maybe not today.
Someone's got to talk about it.
This whole policy of overkill, piling bombs on top of bombs...
...figuring even if they hit us first, we can still destroy them.
-It's crazy. -It's a crazy world.
-Good morning, gentlemen. -Good morning, Mr. Secretary.
I think you all know Mr. Groteschele, here.
He's been gracious enough to give us more of his valuable time...
...on a subject we're all naturally concerned about.
So, Mr. Groteschele, the floor is all yours.
I shall try not to waste your valuable time.
The subject today is ''Nuclear War.'' Specifically, ''Winning a Nuclear War.''
We know in a exchange between the Soviets and Americans...
...10-0- million people, more or less, would be killed.
A 10-0- million or more?
Yes, Mr. Secretary. That would be nothing but a tragedy...
...nobody here denies that.
Every war, even a thermonuclear war, must have a victor and a vanquished.
History tells us that the culture which is best prepared...
...has the best retaliation, and the best defense...
...will have an ancient and classical advantage.
To be victorious?
Yes. It would be the victor in that it would be less damaged than its enemy.
We would be the victor.
That would be our hope.
Your argument doesn't recognize that thermonuclear war...
...is not the extension of policy...
...it is the end of everything: People, policy, institutions--
My argument is if someone is to survive a nuclear exchange...
...I prefer that it be our culture and not the Soviets'.
Culture? With most of its people dead?
It's vegetation burned off?
Do you really think that the world you describe is a culture?
The idea of war has changed since the advent of the Bomb.
War's function remains the same, Blackie.
Whether it's a spear thrown or a nuclear bomb.
War is still the resolution of economic and political conflict.
In these times, in any possible war...
...the overwhelming majority of citizens are going to be killed.
Does this still suggest to you that war is a resolution of conflicts?
The situation is no different then it was 1,0-0-0- years ago.
There were wars in which entire populations were wiped out.
The point remains: Who will be the victor and who will be the victim?
Short of disarmament, to which I doubt the Soviets would agree...
...what shall we do?
These weapons exist. We can face that or we can close our minds to it.
Groteschele, this world is no longer man's theater.
Man has been made into a spectator.
We define policy by discussing the possibility of a winnable nuclear exchange.
Once one knows where he wants to go...
...he can collect a great amount of logic and fact to support his argument.
My fear is that both we and the Soviets are settled on mutual destruction.
We are now rallying our different logics to support our identical conclusions.
And, if we are not careful, gentlemen, we will both get the results that we want.
General Bogan, UFO at angels 30-, speed 525, heading 196.
That means the unidentified aircraft is flying at 30-,0-0-0- feet...
...the speed of 50-0- miles an hour on a compass heading of 196.
Heading right for Detroit.
Pretty cool about it, General.
My guess is a commercial airliner is off course.
One minute to Fail Safe.
Damn thing's disappeared. Where did it go?
Into the grass, Mr. Raskob. Under our radar where we can't see it.
-What do we do now? -Go to Condition Yellow.
-Put our bombers up there, please. -Yes, sir.
Our bombers are heading for their Fail Safe points.
Thirty-seconds to Fail Safe.
Once they get there, they'll orbit till we call them back.
-What are those other planes? -Fighter support for the bombers.
It's also automatic under these circumstances.
Twenty seconds to Fail Safe.
The early warning system indicates it's not an air breather.
What the hell is that?
Jets create turbulence when they suck in air through their engines.
We got a warning system that can pick that up.
If the plane lost power, we couldn't do that, even if we know it's there.
It could be a Russian rocket coming in under our radar.
All groups at Fail Safe point.
Right on the money. I told you, Mr. Raskob, our people are the best.
-How we doing, Jimmy? -Everyone in orbit, sir.
Let's keep it there. Slow and easy.
So let's say Dr. King sits down with the powers that be and he says:
''Mr. President, I want it to be equal'' and in a very polite way...
...the President says, ''Dr. King, I can't do it''.
As long as it's polite, sir.
Are you saying because it's difficult don't try?
That's not what I'm saying. In the Army--
The Army's different. I'd take the Army.
There's a class system, too, but it's based on seniority.
Let's do it that way.
Everyone in the country will get paid equally by their age.
All men age 40- will make a better salary than all men age 35.
What about women?
What about women?
What's happening now?
-Any word on identification? -Not yet, sir.
What the hell's going on?
-Let's go to Condition Green. -Condition Green.
Can you tell us why Condition Green?
No. Colonel, let's get our visitors out of here.
-Gentlemen, please. -The hell--
That's an order, Mr. Raskob.
The way I read the situation, we're one minute away from going to war.
Unless you can get me back to my family, I'm staying here to see what happens.
You really don't want to throw me out of here.
There it is!
That's it, gentlemen.
I'm sorry we alarmed you.
Have all parties stand down.
Stand down. All parties stand down.
Stand down, Anderson.
Sergeant Anderson. Sergeant Collins. You need to take a look at this.
We need a new indicator switch. This one's faulty.
-Right, Chief. -Put in the report that at 10-:47 hours...
...we replaced a PK 30- indicator switch in the Number 3 bank.
Right away, Chief.
Sir, the Fail Safe box.
I see it.
Check Omaha by radio. Somebody screwed up.
Try another band.
Try them all.
It's the Russians.
Jamming our signals to keep us from getting the go-ahead.
-They're too late for that. -It's got to be a mistake.
Request permission to verify, sir.
I read it as ''CAP 81 1.''
I concur your reading is Charlie Alpha Poppa 81 1.
We will now both open our operational orders.
Last year, on a flight from Hamburg...
...we lost an engine over England.
One was a heart stopper, but to lose two--
Why is that group of planes up there headed for Russia?
In the case of a surprise attack, people still advocate a return...
...to manned bombers for a first strike retaliation rather than missiles.
Why? They're slower, they can be recalled. The missiles cannot.
They provide a maximum reaction time for thought, evaluation...
...the detection of error, perhaps even a peaceful resolution.
I find this point of view dangerously old fashioned, gentlemen.
We must speed up in this circumstance, not slow down.
Time is a....
Colonel Purnell, get me Omaha.
-Colonel Cascio. -Sir.
Get me the President.
Tell Peter not to even hint to the press there's an emergency.
Tell the Vice President what's happened. He'll know what to do.
-We met before at your office. -Yes, sir. I'm the Russian translator.
I hope there won't be any use for you today. Nothing personal.
No, they'll get wind of this, they always do.
Tell Peter to tell the press that it is urgent. It's not a backbreaker.
Not yet. And, off the record, no leaks.
Any leaks on this, the guy and his paper are dead, now and forever.
-I'll tell him in those words. -Where's the list for the Pentagon meeting?
-Right here, Mr. President. -Give it to Buck.
I think that'll be all for now. Stay close.
Right outside, sir.
Sit down, Buck.
-You know what's happened? -No, sir.
One of our bomber groups got the wrong message...
...went off to attack Russia.
The whole thing may get settled down in a couple of minutes. Probably will.
The bombers will realize their mistake and turn back or...
...we'll contact them by radio and recall them.
But if things do get serious then I may have to speak to the Kremlin.
That's where you come in.
-I'll do my best, sir. -I know you will.
Who's on that Pentagon list? I want them in on this.
Secretary of Defense...
...Chiefs of Staff...
Groteschele. Runs an expensive think tank.
Pentagon likes him. He says what they want to hear.
Is there a General Black on that list?
That's Blackie. I'm glad he's there.
We went to school together. He's very smart and I trust him.
Get me General Bogan in Omaha, please.
We have a little time.
Not much, but some. You can relax.
Easier said than done.
General Bogan, sir.
Yes, General Bogan.
Group 6 is about 260- miles past Fail Safe...
...and continuing on an attack course.
-Do we know what happened? -No, we do not.
There's a chance they made a navigational error and they'll swing back.
Has that big an error ever happened before?
-No, sir. -Then let's rule it out.
Why haven't we been able to contact them by radio?
I don't know. We've tried all frequencies.
We can't make contact.
The Russians may be jamming their radio reception.
Why would they do that?
I don't know, sir.
If we do manage to reestablish radio contact...
...will they respond to an order to return?
Not even from me?
Their orders are to disregard all voice transmissions...
...even your voice can be imitated, Mr. President.
Once they get past a certain point, they are not to obey any verbal command.
Are they past that point?
Yes, sir. Quite a ways past.
What's the target?
All right. Standard Operating Procedure. What's the next step?
We got fighter planes in the air.
SOP is that we send them after the bombers...
...with orders to raise them visually and divert them.
Will it work?
Sir, these men have been trained to ignore all visual signals.
They've been taught...
...that the Russians could send up a decoy to divert the bombers.
That leaves us with what alternative, General?
To shoot them down.
And who gives that order?
You do, Mr. President.
Order the fighters to catch up to the bombers.
Tell them to hold fire until they get a direct order from me. Is that clear?
Mr. Swenson in the Pentagon, please.
Contact the fighters. Tell them to go after Group 6.
We can't shoot down our own men.
Yes, Mr. President.
May I call you back?
Thank you, sir.
The President may have to order our fighters to shoot down Group 6.
He'd like our advice before issuing that order.
I oppose it on the grounds that it's premature.
Our fighters haven't reached Soviet airspace.
We must do it.
-There's still hundreds of miles away. -Do it at once, now!
-We've got no alternatives! -There are always alternatives.
...the Russians are watching Group 6, trying to guess what we're doing.
You can be damn sure once our bombers get...
...into their airspace, they're going to want a good explanation.
And want it fast.
We have to prove to them that this is a mistake.
By shooting down our own planes?
If it has to be.
Mr. President, it is our....
It is our unanimous view that...
...the fighters should be ordered in.
General Bogan, order the fighters in. If necessary, shoot down the bombers.
It will be necessary, sir.
I know that, General. Order them in.
-Colonel Cascio. -Sir.
Order the fighters to attack Group 6.
They can't catch them. They've gone the opposite direction.
Tell them to go to afterburners.
They'll use up all their fuel. If they succeed, they won't make it back.
They'll go down in the Arctic Ocean.
You heard the order, Colonel.
-They're still-- -Colonel!
Give the order, immediately.
Give me Tangle Able One.
So, we're going to shoot down our own men.
We are in voice communication with Tangle Able One.
You can talk to them on Channel 7.
-Do I tell them in code or in the clear? -In the clear.
What if the Russians overhear us?
Isn't that what we want?
This is Tangle Able One, I read you five by five at last transmission.
Tangle Able One, this is Colonel Cascio of the Omaha staff.
I'm here with General Bogan.
Group 6 has flown beyond the Fail Safe point.
It is on an attack course towards Moscow.
It is a mistake. I repeat, it is a mistake.
You are to go to afterburners...
...and overtake Group 6.
If you cannot communicate with them visually...
...shoot them down.
Roger. Go to afterburners and if cannot communicate...
...shoot them down.
-Over and out. -Leave it on.
You heard the order. Any suggestions?
Yeah. They should get their heads examined.
We haven't a chance of catching the bombers.
We only got a 50-mph edge on them and they're halfway to Moscow.
-Who's kiddin' who? -Cut the chatter.
On the mark, go to afterburners.
Turn it off.
Turn it off!
Did you think they wouldn't do it?
How did General Bogan sound to you, Buck?
I'd say a little worried, sir.
He's an old-time flyer. He's a good man.
If he's worried, I'm worried.
You know Mr. Swenson, the Secretary of Defense?
He gives us any advice, we take it.
Get me the Pentagon and the Omaha War Room, please.
Right away, sir.
...if our fighters manage to shoot down these bombers the worst will be over.
I want your people to think what'll happen if we can't shoot them down.
I've got Omaha on the line as well.
Please limit this discussion to two subjects:
What happened? And what will we do about it?
Back at Omaha, we have General Bogan.
Mr. Knapp of Universal Techtotics.
Congressman Raskob of Nebraska.
They have my permission to listen and make any comments.
In my opinion, only two things could've happened:
A compound mechanical failure or someone in Group 6 went berserk.
Double mechanical failure? You know the odds against that, sir?
Yes, General Bogan.
Mr. Knapp here knows as much about the electronic gear as anyone.
He's a little reluctant to talk, but he understands how important this is.
Look, it's just that the more complicated these electronic systems are...
...the more accident-prone they become.
How does that apply to our situation?
Well, sir, in this way:
If you pile all these electronic systems one on top of the other...
...sooner or later you'll get a faulty transistor or...
...a damaged rectifier, then the whole thing just shuts down.
Even computers suffer fatigue. They become erratic...
...they break down, just like overworked people.
Excuse me. But you're overlooking one important factor:
Humans control those machines.
Humans can see an error and correct it.
I'm sorry, sir. But you are misinformed.
The fact of the matter is that these machines are so complex...
...and these mistakes they make are so subtle...
...in a real war situation, you might not know...
...whether it's an error or telling you the truth.
May I say something, General?
This is Colonel Cascio of my staff.
I don't think it's a mechanical failure and I don't think anyone went berserk.
I think it's a move by the Russians.
What kind of move, Colonel?
Sir, I think they found a way to mask the real position of Group 6.
They have the capacity, we know that.
Group 6 is probably on their way home now with the radio jammed.
What we see heading towards Moscow is actually a group of Russian bombers.
Up there for one reason:
To make us believe that we've launched the first strike against them.
We can think as much as we want that it's accidental.
It's an excuse for retaliation.
If they wanted to, they wouldn't need an excuse, they'd just attack.
This way, they made us commit a group of our fighter planes...
...our first line of defense.
-And made us kill our own men. -I disagree with Colonel Cascio's analysis.
We must believe this is our mistake and not the Russians'.
Absolutely, I agree.
This is General Stark. Project the Russian air defense.
The Russians have seven bomber groups in the air at this moment.
All are following hold patterns inside Soviet airspace. Next map, please.
Their fighter groups have a large number of fighter planes in the air.
Which means they must have seen Group 6 cross the Fail Safe point.
That's why they scrambled all those fighters.
And I think they're waiting.
Just as we would.
If they see our fighters shooting down American planes...
...they'll understand that we're sincere.
-If not-- -If not, I'll tell you what I believe.
-The Russians will take no action at all. -Even if we cross their borders--
If our bombers get through, the Russians will surrender.
Would you explain that, please?
The Soviets believe history is based on a series of non-human events...
...which will eventually assure the victory of communism...
...if the Soviet Union is left reasonably intact.
They know that a war would leave the Soviet Union utterly destroyed.
Therefore, they would surrender.
But that would leave capitalism the winner.
They wouldn't see it that way.
In fact, many of them believe that capitalism must play itself out...
...to its inevitable historical defeat before communism can really succeed.
So what do you suggest we do?
They will surrender. The threat of communism will be over.
Mr. Secretary, pardon my language, but I think that's a lot of crap.
Don't kid yourself.
The Russian generals will react the same way that I would react.
The best defense is a good offense. They'll attack.
They won't give a damn what Marx or anyone else said.
You give too much credit to the military mind.
The Russian leaders are not like you and me.
These are Marxist fanatics. They're not motivated by rage or hate.
These are human calculating machines, believe me.
They know if they hit us, they can do terrible damage.
They also know that our second strike will completely destroy them.
They'll look at the balance sheet and see defeat.
Mr. Secretary, I'm convinced of it. This is our chance!
I'd never have made the first move deliberately.
Group 6 has done that for us by accident.
Now, we must take advantage of it. History demands it.
We must advise the President that no effort be made to recall those planes.
Our fighters are firing.
He's out of fuel. He's going down.
They're too far away.
Mr. President, our fighters have failed.
They've all crashed into the sea.
What are the chances of our bombers actually getting through to Moscow?
We've done the calculations a thousand times.
One or two of the six will get through.
Even with the entire Soviet defense apparatus concentrated on them?
Our bombers are too fast. The Russians won't have time.
Okay, Buck, I'll tell you what we'll do.
I'll speak to the Soviet Premier.
You'll tell me what he says and his own translator...
...will tell him what I'm saying. Got that?
-Yes, sir. -I want something more.
I want you to tell me what he's thinking.
As much as you can sense.
Anything you can pick up that'll give me a clue to his thoughts.
-Think you can do that? -I can try, sir.
-That's all anybody can do. -Yes, sir.
Let's talk to Moscow.
They're on the line.
This is the President of the United States calling on a matter of great urgency.
''Does it have to do with the aircraft...
''...we've detected flying towards Russia from the Bering Sea?''
Yes, sir, that's why I'm calling.
Your tracking and radar devices...
...must have detected a somewhat unusual pattern.
''They reported it to me 15 minutes ago.
''I presume you are calling to inform me that this is another of your off-course...
-''...reconnaissance flights.'' -No!
''I've warned you that your constant flying of armed--''
This is a serious mistake.
''All right, tell me. Tell me the mistake.''
A group of bombers, flying at speeds of 1,50-0- miles an hour...
...each containing two 20--megaton bombs...
...is right now flying towards Russia.
''We shall watch with great interest while you recall them.
-''If, indeed, that is what you intend doing.'' -I said it was a mistake.
But so far we have been unable to return these planes.
''Are they being flown by madmen, Mr. President?''
I wish I could be sure.
My best guess is mechanical failure.
What I can tell you is that it's a mistake.
It is not part of a plan to provoke war.
-This is not part of any general attack. -''How am I to believe that?''
Because I'm telling you--
''How do I know you don't have hundreds of planes flying so low...
''...our radar can't pick them up?''
Because I hope to prove to you that we regard this as a serious mistake...
...and that we take responsibility for it, and we are trying to correct it.
You already know.... You have the same detection devices we do.
You saw that we sent fighters up to try to catch our bombers.
The fighters had orders to shoot them down.
''American fighters to shoot down American bombers?''
-Yes, sir. -''And who gave that order?''
Four of those planes have already run out of fuel and gone into the sea.
This isn't a question of belief, Mr. Chairman.
Those men are dead already.
''We saw your planes fall into the sea.
''I believe they were making an effort to do as you ordered.
''I wanted only to hear your explanation.
''And to know who gave the order.
''It is a difficult thing to order men to their certain death, is it not?''
''Full retaliation at once. Strike back.
''Mr. President, my advisors are convinced this so-called 'accident' is a trick.
''They want to strike back at once.
''You realize, in their place I would probably feel the same.''
But you don't.
''Soviet airspace has not yet been invaded.
''But if it is, we will be forced to shoot down your bombers.
''And then we will come to a full alert and prepare all our missiles and planes.''
I understand that, and I hope you will be able to shoot down our bombers.
But I urge you not to take any steps that are irrevocable.
I give you my word, sir, that this is a mistake.
But you must know, if you start to launch missiles...
...we will have to do the same.
And then there will be very little left of this world.
I've arranged a second conference line...
...between our Air Force headquarters in Omaha and your similar officers...
...in the Soviet Union.
We will give you any information you request...
...that will help you shoot down these bombers.
''Mr. President, we are perfectly capable of defending our country.''
-Mr. Chairman, I would think-- -''We do not need your assistance.''
Sir, of course this is your choice, but you must know...
...we have new masking techniques.
My experts tell me that no matter what you do...
...some of our planes will get through to the target.
''What is the target?''
''I will call you back when I see how the fighters do.''
You can walk around if you'd like.
No, sir, I'm fine. Thank you.
-How far to their border? -2 minutes 20-, sir.
-Radio still jammed? -Yes, sir.
All right, here we go.
Lose the horse, lose the buggy.
Attention, Group 6.
We can't penetrate in tight formation.
They'd get two for the price of one.
So, we've got to spread out. Number 6 in the lead. Flynn?
-Yes, Colonel. -You're the one with the decoys.
-Use them when we cross the border. -Roger.
-Project the Soviet border. -Yes, sir.
...we've invaded Russia.
We are now in a technical state of war.
One hour, 38 minutes to target.
Go after the decoys. Go!
-Go after the decoys. -Wipe out the decoys.
-I just want to see their planes and ours. -Yes, sir.
-They're still going after the decoys. -Good.
Knock it off! This isn't some damned football game!
They found one of our planes.
The Soviets have a very slow missile...
...which compensates by having a greater range than we thought they had.
The slowness made our missile calculate that they must be decoys...
...so it ignored them and went after the fighters.
That made the bomber vulnerable.
It's going to get worse before it gets better.
Yes, Mr. Raskob, it's going to get much worse.
There goes another one.
That's two bombers gone.
If those Soviet fighters shape up a bit, maybe there's still hope.
Hope? We lose six bombers, eighteen good men...
...and you think maybe there's still hope?
Nobody wants to lose those men.
What about the hundreds of millions of people around the world...
...walking around in total ignorance that they might be killed.
Think about them, Colonel Cascio, and hope.
The Chairman is on the line, sir.
Yes, Mr. Chairman.
''Mr. President, there is very little time left. How should we use this time?''
What luck have you had in shooting down the bombers?
''Luck? No luck at all.
''We have shot down some of them, but your decoys have been very successful.
''Many of my experts think they are not decoys at all...
''...that they are real.
''There is pressure to retaliate.''
Why haven't you? Why haven't you counter-attacked?
''I am gambling that you are sincere.''
Then you must also gamble that we can help you shoot down these planes.
Please set up that second line.
We will give you any information that you need.
''I will give orders to have it set up.''
Mr. Chairman, we have been unable to contact our planes...
...because of a jamming of the radio frequency.
Are you and your military involved in jamming the radio signal?
They're arguing again.
''Don't give out the information. It's too secret. It's a trick.
''The answer is yes, we have done research on your Fail Safe system.
''We wanted to disrupt your communications...
''...in case of a true attack.
''When your system failed, it was interpreted as an attack...
''...and we immediately began jamming your radios.''
Will you lift the jamming now?
If I can contact the group commander, maybe I can get him to return.
-''Will he return on your command?'' -There's always a chance.
''I will give the order.''
Very good. Please stay on the line.
General Bogan, put me through to Group 6.
-Sir, we can't get through to Group 6. -You can now.
What's the group commander's name?
-Grady, sir. -One hour, 15 minutes to target.
Try Group 6 again. Colonel Cascio, pick it up.
Turkey 6, this is Ultimate 2. Can you hear me?
Turkey Six this is Ultimate 2. Come in. Come in.
-Turkey 6, this is Ultimate 2. -They've stopped jamming us.
Come in. Turkey 6, this is Ultimate 2.
We are not allowed--
Colonel Grady, this is the President...
...of the United States.
Your mission has been triggered by a mechanical failure.
It's a mistake. I repeat, it is a mistake.
I am ordering you and your group to return to base at once.
We are not allowed to receive tactical alterations--
Colonel, your authorized go code is CAP 81 1--
I can no longer receive tactical alterations.
Your primary target is Moscow.
What you're asking, I've been ordered not to do!
Colonel Grady, this is an order from the President--
Bogan, can we get him back?
Sir, if he follows procedure...
...he'll make radio contact when he's in sight of the target.
What kind of man is this Grady?
First class, sir. Flew in two wars, won the DSC in both of them.
Is he married? Is he a family man?
His wife recently died of cancer.
One child, a boy, must be about 10- now.
Find his son.
I'll get right on it, sir.
Mr. Chairman, it would be wise of you...
...to remove yourself from Moscow at this time.
That way we will be able to continue negotiations, even if the worst happens...
...and some of our bombers get through.
''Those arrangements have been made.'' He sounds very different, very determined.
''Unfortunately, Moscow cannot be evacuated, there is no time.
''And if Moscow is destroyed, am I to come hat in hand to where?
''Geneva? To set up peace talks on the ruins of Moscow?''
-There are still ways-- -''There are facts, Mr. President.
-''Your bombers will get through.'' -We will help you shoot down these--
''I will return to you when I am safely out of Moscow.''
One hour to target.
Well, that's three down.
Yes, and three more to go.
Excuse me, sir. Every minute we wait works against us.
The President must send in a full strike. There's nothing else that he can do.
Now is the time, before the Russians are on full alert.
We don't go in for sneak attacks, Mr. Groteschele.
The Japanese did that at Pearl Harbor.
But the Japanese, sir, were right to do that.
From their point of view, we were their enemy.
As long as we existed, we were a deadly threat.
Do you not believe that communism is our mortal enemy?
The enemy of capitalism?
The only mistake the Japanese made, they failed to finish us off.
They paid for that mistake with Hiroshima.
We're in the process of making the same mistake, gentlemen.
You can't erase history, but you can learn from it.
You've learned so well, Groteschele, there's no difference...
...between you and what you want to kill.
Destroy Russia? For what?
To preserve what?
Democracy, General! We have here a God-given opportunity--
Why are you in the military, if not to kill?
Yes, Mr. President.
Blackie, do you remember the Old Testament?
The Sacrifice of Abraham.
Old what's-his-name used it in chapel, maybe twice a month.
I remember, sir.
You better keep that story in mind for the next few hours, Blackie.
I need your help. I want you to go to Andrews Field.
Orders will be waiting for you there. Are Betty and the kids at home?
She's in New York with them.
I may be asking a great deal of you, Blackie.
I'll do whatever you say.
Contact our Ambassador in Moscow...
...and the Soviet Delegate to the United Nations.
Patch them in to this line so they can hear the Chairman.
Right away, sir.
And what about the second conference line between Omaha and Soviet Headquarters?
Ready and waiting, sir.
General Bogan, you're hooked up to the Soviet Command.
Will you test the line, please?
When it's working...
...patch me in, and put me on the intercom...
...so that everyone can hear.
This is General Bogan, Strategic Air Command, Omaha.
This is the translator for Marshal Nevsky, Soviet Air Defense Command.
Marshal Nevsky sends his greetings.
The same to him.
Our reception is five by five. How do you read us?
We read you five by five.
I have no instructions on what we are to discuss.
Neither have we.
Only that we should set up communications with you.
Just a minute, please.
Mr. President, we're all hooked up.
This is the President of the United States.
Whatever orders I give to American personnel...
...are to be considered as direct orders from the Commander in Chief.
They are to be obeyed fully and without reservation.
Gentlemen, we have to do everything we can...
...to prevent these planes from reaching Moscow.
The Soviet Premier has behaved as I hope I would under similar conditions.
He has delayed retaliation.
And I think he sincerely believes that this is a mistake.
But we have to convince him and his chief advisers...
...that this is, in fact, so.
Therefore, I am ordering all American personnel...
...to cooperate fully with Soviet officers...
...in shooting down our invading bombers.
You are to give whatever information they request.
Any hesitation of any kind...
...will cause the most dreadful consequences.
I cannot emphasize that too strongly, gentlemen.
I expect you all to behave as patriots.
And I wish you success.
...a number of our fighter planes have been destroyed by a missile...
...that seems to home not on the infrared source...
...but the radar transmitter.
Is that possible?
Colonel Cascio will answer your question. Answer the question, Colonel.
That is a direct order.
An order, Colonel.
Just a minute. Major Handel.
-You're the backup man to Cascio? -Yes, sir.
Get over here!
-General Bogan, we must-- -Sergeant Collins...
...do the missiles on our bombers have both an infrared...
...and radar-seeking capacity?
-Yes, sir. -Louder. That is a direct order.
The Soviets are listening! I want this loud, and I want it clear.
It has both capacities, sir.
Can the radar-seeking mechanism be overloaded...
...by increasing the strength of the signal?
Yes, sir, it can be overloaded by increasing the transmission power output...
...and sliding through radar frequencies as fast as possible.
The firing mechanism reads higher amperage as proximity...
...to the target and detonates the warhead.
Thank you, General Bogan.
We will get back to you.
Thank you, Sergeant. That's all.
What the hell was that all about?
We've told them how to destroy all our missiles...
...and all our planes.
-They're getting close. -Tell me something I don't know.
It's too hairy up here.
Send out the code. We're going below the radar.
Are they going down? I didn't see it.
They're trying to avoid the fighters, by going in under their radar.
-Will that work? -God only knows.
Forty-five minutes to target.
I'm sorry, General. I just couldn't do it.
Everything just went, I don't know, blank.
I'm okay now.
Forget it, Colonel, it could happen to anyone.
I do think there's Soviet entrapment.
We know they've been fooling around with our Fail Safe signal.
I think they wanted this to happen. We have to tell the President it's a trap.
They're using this time to get their missiles ready...
...and fly their bombers into position.
We have no evidence they're moving bombers.
They may be flying them in the grass.
They may have missiles up in orbit that are undetectable.
I am not reporting what I don't know for sure.
We should recommend a full-strength strike immediately.
That's not our decision. It's the Pentagon's or the President's.
Those people don't know the situation the way we know it.
An enemy trying every trick in the book....
They're in the political game, we know what to do.
If we act now, we have enough bombers in the--
Colonel, you're talking mutiny.
Keep it up and I'll have you removed from the War Room.
The Russians are back on the line.
Yes, Marshal Nevsky.
Please give us the longitude and latitude of your two planes left in the air?
I can do that, but we can't give you their altitude.
We're getting distorted signals.
Will you please give us the position of the two planes?
We can fly fighters at different altitudes.
Sergeant Collins, give the Russians the longitude and latitude of our bombers.
On a heading of 20-5 degrees.
The Ambassador and the Soviet delegate are on and have been briefed.
Jay, where are you?
On the top floor of the embassy in Moscow, Mr. President.
Where are you, Mr. Lentov?
In the UN building in New York.
...both of you stay exactly where you are until I release you or the Chairman does.
Is that clear?
''I suppose there is a reason for these other people to be with us.''
There is, sir.
''Then let us hear your reason.''
Not tough. Like he's ready.
''In a few minutes, the bombs may be falling.
''I have brought our forces to full readiness.
''Without satisfaction, I must release those forces.
''So, what do you propose, Mr. President?
''My experts tell me that one or two of the bombers will likely get to Moscow.
''Have you made a decision?''
Yes, I have.
It is my decision. I take full responsibility for it.
Mr. Swenson, are you on the line?
Yes, Mr. President.
-General Bogan? -Here, sir.
This is what will happen, if even one of the bombers gets through.
It will drop two 20--megaton bombs on Moscow.
Our Ambassador will probably hear the sound of engines...
...seconds before the bombs drop.
He'll certainly be aware of the defensive missiles going off.
A few moments later, the bombs will explode.
I'm told that what we will hear...
...will be a high, shrill sound.
That will be the Ambassador's telephone melting from the heat of the fireball.
When we hear that sound, the Ambassador will be dead.
Jay, do you understand you are to stay exactly where you are?
''Is this your plan?
''To sacrifice one American for five million Russians?''
-No! Listen to me. -''Do you really think that--''
I have ordered one of our bombers...
...into the air from Washington.
In a few minutes, it will be circling New York City.
It's carrying two 20--megaton bombs.
The moment I know Moscow has been hit...
...I will order those bombs released.
Ground zero will be the Empire State Building.
When we hear the shriek of Mr. Lentov's telephone melting...
...we will know that he is gone...
...and with him, New York.
Holy Mother of God.
How can he do that?
What else can he do?
Five million people.
This, Mr. Knapp, is where we've always been headed.
There is no other way, Mr. Chairman.
Unless you feel...
...that the offer itself is enough...
...showing good intentions.
''Would you think it was enough...
''...if Russian bombers were flying against New York?
''Could you accept only my good intentions?''
''I would like to say that your action is unnecessary.
''Unfortunately, I cannot.''
Well, let's hope that I won't have to do it.
Colonel Grady, we're at 90-0- feet.
What do you see out the window?
Lights. Village lights, I guess.
Movement on the roads?
Yeah. Cars, a few trucks.
But no blackout?
Everything looks normal.
You'd think they'd be in bomb shelters.
How far from Moscow are we?
Thirty-eight minutes to target, sir.
-How many planes left? -Us and Number 6. They got the rest.
Still here, Grady.
What's your condition?
Slight wing damage from shrapnel...
...but all it's done is reduce our speed, down to 1,350 an hour. Drag even.
Still got any of your decoys?
We have the bombs, you don't.
I'll need you to take those fighters off my tail.
Whatever you say.
You take care, now.
Yes, Marshal Nevsky.
Why has one of your planes appeared again?
That's Number 6, the decoy plane.
It's trying to draw your fighters away from the plane that's carrying the bombs.
It's not armed. You don't have to worry about it.
Thank you. We shall try for a kill in any case.
You pull your fighters away, the other bomber will slip by.
You'll never catch it.
It has no bombs aboard. It's of no danger to you!
You'll let the other bomber through!
Excuse me, one moment.
There has been....
Marshal Nevsky has collapsed.
I don't know....
General Koniev is now in command.
Nevsky sent his fighters after a plane that had no bombs.
That means the other bomber will almost certainly get through.
He can't recall them?
No time. Our bombers are very fast.
Nevsky realized it too late. It was too much for him.
General Bogan, this is General Koniev.
Do you have the remaining plane on your screen?
No, we do not.
We are unable to pick it up on radar and it's flying so fast...
...that our anti-aircraft is almost useless.
I must assume your plane will get through.
We have only one chance left.
I intend to concentrate all our remaining rockets...
...in the estimated path of your plane and fire them simultaneously.
Our hope, is to set up an impenetrable thermonuclear ceiling.
It has a chance.
Thirty minutes to target.
You know, General, we almost met once.
In a most unlikely place.
In Persia, during the war.
Korammshar on the Gulf.
You were delivering planes to us and I was there to accept them.
But our paths never crossed.
I just remember the heat.
Yes. It was unbearable.
Like being in a steam room.
And your pilots, I remember them...
...the way they took off in those planes.
They'd lift up their wheels before they were off the runway.
Never saw anything like it.
They were in a hurry to get the Germans.
General, what is your location? Moscow?
No, I was ordered to leave.
It's a hard day, General.
Yes, a hard day.
Goodbye, my friend.
They're going to fire off all their rockets at once.
Colonel Grady, sir?
The indicator shows a number of rocket engines...
...ignited ahead of us.
They should show on the radar screen in a moment.
What do we know of them?
They home in on heat producing engines, like an airplane.
They can't be aiming at us, we're too low. They'd blow themselves up.
What are they doing? What else do we know?
If they're like ours, they don't work at low altitudes, only high.
They're going to explode them on top of us and hope to knock us down with the blast.
They can do it, too.
Would those rockets go after missiles?
Don't see why not. A missile produces heat.
-How many air-to-air missiles are left? -Two, sir.
The second you see their rockets...
...you fire those missiles for maximum elevation straight up.
Straight up. With any luck, the rockets will home in on our missiles.
Give them just enough extra boost so they stay 2,50-0- ft above the rockets.
Yes, sir. We have to report in, Colonel.
No time for that.
They're expecting it, sir. It's SOP.
We're in range. We have to report in.
Keep an eye on that scope.
Ultimate 2, this is Turkey 6. Can you read me?
Grady, this is the President.
Keep receiving. Whatever you hear, keep receiving.
Dad, it's me, Tommy.
I'm okay and there isn't any war.
It's a big mistake. It's a mistake.
Is that really your son?
-I don't-- -No, that's not your son, Colonel.
They're just imitating his voice. That's not your son.
I'm sure, Dad. Do you hear me? I'm sure. Say it, Dad.
You know what comes next, say it.
''Are you positive?''
''Only fools are positive. '' See? Nobody else knows that.
Grady, this is not a trick.
There is no war.
I want to see you again, Dad.
Listen to him. Nobody can fake this.
-I can't. -Here come the nukes.
For the sake of your son!
-Keep them at 2,50-0- feet above the rockets. -There is no war.
-18,0-0-0- feet. -Higher.
-20-,0-0-0-. -Higher, go after them.
-Turn it off! -60-,0-0-0- feet.
-I love you. Come home. -We can't trust it.
We're too low. We'll be slammed into the ground.
120-,0-0-0-, we're leveling.
-I love you, Tommy. You're my boy. -130-,0-0-0-. 135,0-0-0-.
-Remember that, I love you so much. -Sir, turn it off.
We're going up.
The nukes are catching up.
Stand by for a ram. We're going to catch some of it!
We'll make it now.
How far to Moscow?
Seventeen minutes, sir.
There's only one decision left to make and then our job is done.
We decide from what height to drop the bombs.
We've already taken on enough radiation from the blast...
...at best we'd last a couple of days.
I intend to take us in at 90-0- feet...
...and when we are over the target, climb to 5,0-0-0- feet.
Bombs are set to go off at 5,0-0-0- feet.
We'll go with the bombs.
What the hell...
...there's nothing to go home to anyway.
May God forgive us.
Get me an outside line to New York City.
Fifteen minutes to target.
Mom? Mom, listen to me.
We don't have much time. I want you and Dad....
What do you mean? Where is he?
I forgot about the Red Sox. Is Francis there?
So, you're alone.
Just stay on the phone with me.
Just stay with me.
Are there any papers or documents in New York...
...that are absolutely essential to running the United States?
Important documents, but none absolutely essential.
Will there be any time to warn people?
With a little time a lot of lives could be saved.
On this short notice...
...all you'd produce is panic.
What about this?
Maybe he doesn't know.
The First Lady is in New York.
Gentlemen, we are wasting time.
I've made some rough calculations...
...based on the effect of two 20--megaton bombs...
...dropped on New York City in the middle of a normal work day.
I estimate the immediate dead at about three million.
I include in that figure those buried beneath buildings.
It doesn't make any difference if they reached a shelter or not.
They would die just the same.
Add another million or two who'll die within about five weeks.
Even if there are no irreplaceable government documents in any buildings...
...many of our corporations keep their financial records in New York.
Fortune has smiled on us there.
Paper is a wonderful insulator, it is possible even probable...
...that these records will have survived.
Our first priority would be excavation.
Not of the dead.
But of these records. Our economy depends upon it.
Our economy depends on it.
Are you married, Buck?
No, sir. Not yet.
We've gone steady for a while, but we haven't set a date or anything.
Is she in the government?
She's a translator like me.
Spanish, French and Italian.
We met in translator school.
When she gets mad she can curse in four languages.
You did good today, Buck.
You didn't freeze up.
A lot of other men would.
You're the one who didn't, sir.
If you're going to get married...
...you ought to do it soon.
Use the time.
It goes fast.
The Chairman is on the line.
''Mr. President. I have activated...
''...only those parts of our defense...
''...that still have a chance of shooting down your bomber.
''Our long-range missiles have already begun to stand down from the alert.
''But we think we do not have much of a chance.''
''And yet who can be blamed? Can you blame a machine?''
Men built those machines.
''Men are not perfect, Mr. President.''
Men are responsible...
...for what they do.
Men are responsible for what they make.
We built those machines, your country and mine...
...we put them in place.
Two great cities will be destroyed.
Millions of innocent people will die because of us.
What do we tell them?
''Accidents will happen?''
I can't accept that!
What do we do, Mr. Chairman. What do we say to the dead?
''We must say this will not happen again. But do you think it's possible?''
I can hear the sounds of explosions coming from the northeast.
The sky is very bright, like a long row of sky rockets.
It's all lit up.
Yes, Mr. President.
Moscow has been destroyed, Blackie.
Release your bombs according to plan.
You've all been briefed on this mission, so there's nothing more to say.
I have only one last order.
No one else is to have anything to do with the release of the bombs.
I will fly the plane and launch the bombs.
The ultimate act will be mine.
Is that clear?
On course, sir. Approaching the target.
We'll count down from 10-. Give me the signal.
On a heading of 56 degrees south.
Winds northwest at 8 miles an hour.
Altitude: 26,000 feet.
Ground Zero set at 1,000 feet.
Lob point is in 10.
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Farscape - 3x08 - Green Eyed Monster
Farscape - 3x09 - Losing Time
Farscape - 3x10 - Relativity
Farscape - 3x11 - Incubator
Farscape - 3x12 - Meltdown
Farscape - 3x13 - Scratch N Sniff
Farscape - 3x14 - Infinite Possibilities I - Daedalus Demands
Farscape - 3x15 - Infinite Possibilities II - Icarus Abides
Farscape - 3x16 - Revenging Angel
Farscape - 3x17 - The Choice
Farscape - 3x18 - Fractures
Farscape - 3x19 - I-Yensch You-Yensch
Farscape - 3x20 - Into The Lions Den I - Lambs To The Slaugher
Farscape - 3x21 - Into The Lions Den II - Wolf In Sheeps Clothing
Farscape - 3x22 - Dog With Two Bones
Farscape - 4x01 - Crichton Kicks
Farscape - 4x02 - What Was Lost (Part 1) - Sacrifice
Farscape - 4x03 - What Was Lost (Part 2) - Resurrection
Farscape - 4x04 - Lavas A Many Splendored Thing
Farscape - 4x05 - Promises
Farscape - 4x06 - Natural Election
Farscape - 4x07 - John Quixote
Farscape - 4x08 - I Shrink Therefore I Am
Farscape - 4x09 - A Prefect Murder
Farscape - 4x10 - Coup By Clam
Farscape - 4x11 - Unrealized Reality (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x12 - Kansas (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x13 - Terra Firma (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x14 - Twice Shy
Farscape - 4x15 - Mental As Anything
Farscape - 4x16 - Bringing Home The Beacon
Farscape - 4x17 - A Constellation Of Doubt
Farscape - 4x18 - Prayer
Farscape - 4x19 - We are So Screwed - Fetal Attraction (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x20 - We are So Screwed - Hot To Katratzi (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x21 - We are So Screwed - La Bomba (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x22 - Bad Timing
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 1)
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 2)
Fast And Furious
Fat Choi Spirit
Fate Ignoranti Le
Father of a Soldier (Rezo Chkheidze 1964)
Father of the Bride
Fear Dot Com
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Fear of Fear (Rainer Werner Fassbinder 1975)
Feed the Kitty (1952)
Fellowship of the Ring The
Female Convict Scorpion Beast Stable 1973 Shunya Ito
Female Prisoner 701 Scorpion 1972
Femme Fatale (2002)
Fiances The 1962
Fierce Creatures (1997)
Fight Club CD1
Fight Club CD2
Fighter in the Wind
Fighting Fish 2004
Fille Sur La Pont La
Filles Uniques 2003
Film That Was Never Made A
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x01
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x02
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x03
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x04
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x05
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x06
Final Countdown The 1980 CD1
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Final Destination - New Line Platinum Series
Final Friday The - Jason Goes To Hell 25fps
Final Insult The
Final Nightmare The
Finders Fee (Jeff Probst 2001)
Finding Forrester 2000
Fire in the Sky
Firefly - Serenity (pilot)
Firefly 1x01 - The train job
Firefly 1x02 - Bushwhacked
Firefly 1x03 - Shindig
Firefly 1x04 - Safe
Firefly 1x05 - Our mrs Reynolds
Firefly 1x06 - Jaynestown
Firefly 1x07 - Out of gas
Firefly 1x08 - Ariel
Firefly 1x09 - War stories
Firefly 1x10 - Trash
Firefly 1x11 - The message
Firefly 1x12 - Heart of gold
Firefly 1x13 - Objects in space
Firemens Ball The 1967
First Great Train Robbery The 1978 CD1
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First Men In The Moon 1964
First Power The
Fish Called Wanda A
Fisher King The
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Five Easy Pieces 1970 CD1
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Flash Gordon CD1
Flash Gordon CD2
Flesh and Blood CD1
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Flight Of The Intruder CD1 1991
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Flipper (1996) CD1
Flipper (1996) CD2
Flower of the Arabian Nights 1974 CD1
Flower of the Arabian Nights 1974 CD2
Flubber 1997 CD1
Flubber 1997 CD2
Fly Away Home
Fly The (Kurt Neumann 1958)
Fog of war The 2003 limited theatrical version
For A Few Dollars More 1965
For Scent-imental Reasons (1949)
Frasier 01x01 - The Good Son
Frasier 01x02 - Space Quest
Frasier 01x03 - Dinner At Eight
Frasier 01x04 - I Hate Frasier Crane
Frasier 01x05 - Heres Looking At You
Frasier 01x06 - The Crucible
Frasier 01x07 - Call Me Irresponsible
Frasier 01x08 - Beloved Infidel
Frasier 01x09 - Selling Out
Frasier 01x10 - Oops
Frasier 01x12 - Miracle On Third Or Fourth Street
Frasier 02x01 - Slow Tango in South Seattle
Frasier 02x02 - The Unkindest Cut of All
Frasier 02x03 - Commentary by Director David Lee and Writer Joe Keenan
Frasier 02x03 - The Matchmaker
Frasier 02x04 - Flour Child
Frasier 02x05 - Dukes We Hardly Knew You
Frasier 02x06 - The Botched Language of Cranes
Frasier 02x07 - The Candidate
Frasier 02x08 - Adventures in Paradise Part 1
Frasier 02x09 - Adventures in Paradise Part 2
Frasier 02x10 - Burying a Grudge
Frasier 02x11 - Seat of Power
Frasier 02x12 - Roz in the Doghouse
Frasier 02x13 - Retirement is Murder
Frasier 02x14 - Fool Me Once Shame on You Fool Me Twice
Frasier 02x15 - You Scratch My Book
Frasier 02x16 - The Show Where Sam Shows Up
Frasier 02x17 - Daphnes Room
Frasier 02x18 - The Club
Frasier 02x19 - Someone to Watch Over Me
Frasier 02x20 - Breaking the Ice
Frasier 02x21 - An Affair to Forget
Frasier 02x22 - Agents In America Part 3
Frasier 02x23 - The Innkeepers
Frasier 02x24 - Dark Victory
Freddys Revenge A
Free Willy 1993
Free Willy 2 - The Adventure Home
Free Willy 3 - The Rescue
French Connection II (1975)
French Connection The
Fresh Bait 1995
Friday Night (2002)
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th Part 8
Friends - 02x03 - the one where heckles dies
Friends - 02x09 - the one with with phoebes dad
Friends - 02x11 - the one with the lesbian wedding
Friends - 02x13 - the one after the superbowl part 2
Friends - 02x15 - the one where ross and rachel you know
Friends - 02x16 - the one where joey moves out
Friends - 02x18 - the one where dr ramoray dies
Friends - 02x20 - the one where old yeller dies
Friends - 02x22 - the one with two parties
Friends - 02x24 - the one with barry and mindys wedding
Friends - 10x01 - TOW After Joey And Rachel Kiss
Friends - 10x02 - TOW Where Ross Is Fine
Friends - 10x03 - TOW Ross Tan
Friends - 10x04 - TOW the cake
Friends - 10x05 - TOW Rachels Sister Babysits
Friends - 10x06 - TOW Rosss Grant
Friends - 10x07 - TOW The Home Study
Friends - 10x08 - TOW the late Thanksgiving
Friends - 10x09 - TOW the birth mother
Friends - 10x10 - TOW Chandler Gets Caught
Friends - 10x11 - TOW The Stripper Cries
Friends - 10x12 - TOW Phoebes Wedding
Friends - 10x13 - TOW Joey Speaks French
Friends - 10x14 - TOW Princess Consuela
Friends - 3 22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x01 - The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy
Friends - 3x02 - The One Where No Ones Ready
Friends - 3x03 - The One With the Jam
Friends - 3x04 - The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel
Friends - 3x05 - The One With Frank Jr
Friends - 3x06 - The One With the Flashback
Friends - 3x07 - The One With the Race Car Bed
Friends - 3x08 - The One With the Giant Poking Device
Friends - 3x09 - The One With the Football
Friends - 3x10 - The One Where Rachel Quits
Friends - 3x11 - The One Where Chandler Cant Remember
Friends - 3x12 - The One With All the Jealousy
Friends - 3x13 - The One Where Monica and Richard
Friends - 3x14 - The One With Phoebes Ex-Partner
Friends - 3x15 - The One Where Ross and Rachel Take
Friends - 3x16 - The One the Morning After
Friends - 3x17 - The One Without the Ski Trip
Friends - 3x18 - The One With the Hypnosis Tape
Friends - 3x19 - The One With the Tiny T-Shirt
Friends - 3x20 - The One With the Dollhouse
Friends - 3x21 - The One With a Chick and a Duck
Friends - 3x22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x23 - The One With Rosss Thing
Friends - 3x24 - The One With Ultimate Fighting Champ
Friends - 3x25 - The One at the Beach
Friends - 4x01 - The One With the Jellyfish
Friends - 4x02 - The One With the Cat
Friends - 4x03 - The One With the Cuffs
Friends - 4x04 - The One With the Ballroom Dancing
Friends - 4x05 - The One With Joeys New Girlfriend
Friends - 4x06 - The One With the Dirty Girl
Friends - 4x07 - The One Where Chandler Crosses
Friends - 4x08 - The One With Chandler in a Box
Friends - 4x09 - The One Where They are Going
Friends - 4x10 - The One With the Girl from
Friends - 4x11 - The One With Phoebes Uterus
Friends - 4x12 - The One With the Embryos
Friends - 4x13 - The One With Rachels Crush
Friends - 4x14 - The One With Joeys Dirty Day
Friends - 4x15 - The One With All the Rugby
Friends - 4x16 - The One With the Fake Party
Friends - 4x17 - The One With the Free Porn
Friends - 4x18 - The One With Rachels New Dress
Friends - 4x19 - The One With All the Haste
Friends - 4x20 - The One With All the Wedding Dresses
Friends - 4x21 - The One With the Invitation
Friends - 4x22 - The One With the Worst Best Man Ever
Friends - 4x23 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 1
Friends - 4x24 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 2
Friends - 5x01 - The One After Ross Says Rachel
Friends - 5x02 - The One With All the Kissing
Friends - 5x03 - The One Hundreth
Friends - 5x04 - The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
Friends - 5x05 - The One With the Kips
Friends - 5x06 - The One With the Yeti
Friends - 5x07 - The One Where Ross Moves In
Friends - 5x08 - The One With All the Thanksgivins
Friends - 5x09 - The One With Rosss Sandwich
Friends - 5x10 - The One With the Inappropiate Sister
Friends - 5x11 - The One With All the Resolutions
Friends - 5x12 - The One With Chandlers Work Laugh
Friends - 5x13 - The One With Joeys Bag
Friends - 5x14 - The One Where Everyone Finds Out
Friends - 5x15 - The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey
Friends - 5x16 - The One With the Cop
Friends - 5x17 - The One With Rachels
Friends - 5x18 - The One Where Rachel Smokes
Friends - 5x19 - The One Where Ross Cant Flirt
Friends - 5x20 - The One With the Ride-Along
Friends - 5x21 - The One With the Ball
Friends - 5x22 - The One With Joeys Big Break
Friends - 5x23 - The One in Vegas
Friends - 6x01 - The One After Vegas
Friends - 6x02 - The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
Friends - 6x03 - The One With Rosss Denial
Friends - 6x04 - The One Where Joey Loses His
Friends - 6x05 - The One With Joeys Porsche
Friends - 6x06 - The One On the Last Night
Friends - 6x07 - The One Where Phoebe Runs
Friends - 6x08 - The One With Rosss Teeth
Friends - 6x15
Friends 7x01 - The One with Monicas Thunder
Friends 7x02 - The One With Rachels Book
Friends 7x03 - The One With Phoebes Cookies
Friends 7x04 - The One With Rachels Assistant
Friends 7x05 - The One With The Engagement Picture
Friends 7x06 - The One With The Nap Partners
Friends 7x07 - The One with Rosss Library Book
Friends 7x08 - The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs
Friends 7x09 - The One With All the Candy
Friends 7x10 - The One With The Holiday Armadillo
Friends 7x11 - The One With All The Cheesecakes
Friends 7x12 - The One Where They are Up All Night
Friends 7x13 - The One Where Rosita Dies
Friends 7x14 - The One Where They All Turn Thirty
Friends 7x15 - The One With Joeys New Brain
Friends 7x16 - The One With the Truth About London
Friends 7x17 - The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress
Friends 7x18 - The One With Joeys Award
Friends 7x19 - The One With Ross and Monicas Cousin
Friends 7x20 - The One With Rachels Kisses
Friends 7x21 - The One With the Vows
Friends 7x22 - The One With Chandlers Dad
Friends 7x23 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 1
Friends 7x24 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 2
Friends 9x01 - The One Where No One Proposes
Friends 9x02 - The One Where Emma Cries
Friends 9x03 - The One With The Pediatrician
Friends 9x04 - The One With The Sharks
Friends 9x05 - The One With Phoebes Birthday Dinner
Friends 9x06 - The One With The Male Nanny
Friends 9x07 - The One With Rosss Inappropriate Song
Friends 9x08 - The One With Rachels Other Sister
Friends 9x09 - The One With Rachels Phone Number
Friends 9x10 - The One With Christmas In Tulsa
Friends 9x11 - The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
Friends 9x12 - The One With Phoebes Rats
Friends 9x13 - The One Where Monica Sings
Friends 9x14 - The One With The Blind Dates
Friends 9x15 - The One With The Mugging
Friends 9x16 - The One With The Boob Job
Friends 9x17 - The One With The Memorial Service
Friends 9x18 - The One With The Lottery
Friends 9x19 - The One With Rachels Dream
Friends 9x20 - The One With The Soap Opera Party
Friends 9x21 - The One With The Fertility Test
Friends 9x22 - The One With The Donor
Friends 9x23-24 - The One In Barbados 1 2)
Frisson des vampires Le
From Beijing with love
From Dusk Till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn 3 The Hangmans Daughter
From Justin To Kelly (Special Edition)
Frusta e il corpo La
Fudoh The New Generation 1996
Fugitive The - The Chase Continues
Fukssvansen (Chop Chop)
Full Frontal 2002
Full Metal Jacket
Full Time Killer
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD1
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD2
Fun in Acapulco (Richard Thorpe 1963)
Funeral Parade of Roses
Funeral in Berlin
Fury The (1978)
Futurama 1x01 - Space Pilot 3000
Futurama 1x02 - The Series Has Landed
Futurama 1x03 - I Roommate
Futurama 1x04 - Loves Labors Lost in Space
Futurama 1x05 - Fear of a Bot Planet
Futurama 1x06 - A Fishful of Dollars
Futurama 1x07 - My Three Suns
Futurama 1x08 - A Big Piece of Garbage
Futurama 1x09 - Hell is Other Robots
Futurama 2x01 - A Flight to Remember
Futurama 2x02 - Mars University
Futurama 2x03 - When Aliens Attack
Futurama 2x04 - Fry and the Slurm Factory
Futurama 3x01 - Amazon Women in the Mood
Futurama 3x02 - Parasites Lost
Futurama 3x03 - A Tale of Two Santas
Futurama 3x04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Futurama 3x05 - The Birdbot of Ice-catraz
Futurama 3x06 - Bendless Love
Futurama 3x07 - The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
Futurama 3x08 - Thats Lobstertainment
Futurama 3x09 - The Cyber House Rules
Futurama 3x10 - Insane in the Mainframe
Futurama 3x10 - Where The Buggalo Roam
Futurama 3x12 - The Route of All Evil
Futurama 3x13 - Bendin in the Wind
Futurama 3x14 - Time Keeps on Slippin
Futurama 3x15 - I Dated a Robot
Futurama 3x16 - A Leela of Her Own
Futurama 3x17 - A Pharaoh To Remember
Futurama 3x18 - Anthology of Interest Part 2
Futurama 3x19 - Roswell That Ends Well
Futurama 3x20 - Godfellas
Futurama 3x21 - Future Stock
Futurama 3x22 - The 30 Iron Chef
Futurama 4x01 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch
Futurama 4x02 - Leelas Homeworld
Futurama 4x03 - Love and Rocket
Futurama 4x04 - Less Than Hero
Futurama 4x05 - A Taste of Freedom
Futurama 4x06 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
Futurama 4x07 - Jurassic Bark
Futurama 4x08 - Crimes of the Hot
Futurama 4x09 - Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles
Futurama 4x10 - The Why of Fry
Futurama 4x11 - Where no Fan Has Gone Before
Futurama 4x12 - The Sting
Futurama 4x13 - Bend Her
Futurama 4x14 - Obsoletely Fabulous
Futurama 4x15 - The Farnsworth Parabox
Futurama 4x16 - Three Hundred Big Boys
Futurama 4x17 - Spanish Fry
Futurama 4x18 - The Devils Hands are Idle Playthings
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD1
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD2