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The CONELRAD 100 of Atomic Films

TITLE: THE MOUSE THAT ROARED

The Mouse That Roared - 1959


THE MOUSE THAT ROARED

DIRECTOR: Jack Arnold
YEAR: 1959

A brilliant satire in which the tiny Duchy of Grand Fenwick declares war on the U.S. intending to lose so that they can reap financial aid. Twenty Fenwick soldiers in chainmail - led by Peter Sellers (in just one of several roles) - land in New York and manage to capture the just completed and deadly Q-Bomb. Because the Q-bomb is many times more destructive than the H-Bomb, the US surrenders to Grand Fenwick.

AMAZON product link: THE MOUSE THAT ROARED

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