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Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)


Added on Aug 29, 2011

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Colossus: The Forbin Project is a 1970 sci-fi thriller about a renegade super computer. PLOT:
In the midst of the Cold War the world's most brilliant scientist, Dr. Charles Forbin (Eric Braeden), devises a supercomputer for the Pentagon to control America's nuclear arsenal. Dubbed Colossus, this gargantuan mainframe is constructed inside a mountain in Colorado where, protected by automated defenses, it is impregnable to sabotage and attack. Its function is to detect, evaluate and respond to all strategic threats to the U.S. and her allies. Its creator hopes that with peace and freedom secured and the threat of accidental war eliminated, Colossus can then focus its attention on researching new scientific discoveries. Upon activating the vast machine, Forbin electronically seals the tomblike complex. Outside he is warmly greeted by the President of the United States (Blacula's Gordon Pinset), praising him for his monumental achievement.
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Channels: 1970s   Movies & Trailers   Space & Sci-Fi  

Tags: Colossus,  forbin  project,  intelligent  computer,  artificial  intelligence,  AI,  Pentagon,  mainframe,  Cold  War,  US,  Russia 


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