This is a landmark presentation-Where is everybody?
This is such a terrific dramatization of a very chilling event in American history! I'm surprised it hasn't gotten more attention. Willian Devane's portrayal of JFK is right up there with Scott's Patton and Duvall's Eisenhower. Unfortunately, I think Ralph Bellamy was miscast as Adlai Stevenson. We always expect him to be Roosevelt! I thought that E.G. Marshall was in the cast, but apparently not, however, that's who I think would have been a very good choice to play Stevenson.
I don't know if the DVD only being available in one region is for the Americas, but something should be availble, so that this could be a part of the syllabus for a Modern American History class at the high school and/or college level. Mustang p51b