Everyone is retiring and it just makes me remember that one day we will watch football and none of our current favorite players will be on the pitch. How weird is it gonna be, uh? A complete different squad, in only a few years.
Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) ends abruptly with footage of nuclear explosions, while Vera Lynn’s We’ll Meet Again plays, creating an eerie juxtaposition of sight and sound. The footage comes from various test footage, including the bombing of Nagasaki, Operation Sandstone, hydrogen tests from Operations Redwing and Ivy. Spike Milligan, a friend of Peter Sellers, is credited with suggesting the music for the scene.