PETER SELLERS in STANLEY KUBRICK’s

Dr. STRANGELOVE



or: How I learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb. Also starring, STERLING HAYDEN, KEENAN WYNN, SLIM PICKEN and introducing TRACY REED as “Miss Forgeign Affairs” Produced and Directed by STANLEY KUBRICK


Copyright © 1963, Columbia Pictures All rights reserved. Permission granted for Newspaper and Magazine reproduction. MADE IN U.S.A.


















DIRECTED BY

Stanley Kubrick









GROUP CAPT. LIONEL MANDRAKE
PRESIDENT MERKIN MUFFLEY / DR. STRANGELOVE

Peter Sellers









GEN. ‘BUCK’ TURGIDSON

George C. Scott















BRIG. GEN. JACK D. RIPPER

Sterling Hayden









COL. ‘BAT’ GUANO

Keenan Wynn









MAJ. ‘KING’ KONG

Slim Pickens









RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR ALEXI DE SADESKY

Peter Bull









LT. LOTHAR ZOGG

James Earl Jones















MISS SCOTT   

Tracy Reed









MR. STAINES

Jack Creley









LT. DIETRICH

Frank Berry









ADM. RANDOLPH

Robert O’Neil









LT. KIVEL (AS GLEN BECK)

Glenn Beck















FRANK

Roy Stephens









CAPT. ‘ACE’ OWENS

Shane Rimmer









BURPELSON AFB DEFENSE TEAM MEMBER

Hal Galili









LT. GOLDBERG

Paul Tamarin














PRODUCED BY

Stanley Kubrick








ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

Victor Lyndon









MUSIC BY

Laurie Johnson













Columbia Pictures agreed to finance the film on condition that Peter Sellers play at least four major roles. This condition stemmed from the studio’s opinion that much of the success of Kubrick’s previous film Lolita (1962) was based on Sellers’s performance, in which his single character assumes a number of identities.

Sellers had also played three roles in The Mouse That Roared (1959). Kubrick accepted the demand, later explaining that “such crass and grotesque stipulations are the sine qua non of the motion-picture business.”