Homage to 'Dr. Strangelove' Done in Lego


If you're a devoted Stanley Kubrick fan and follower of his works, you will be delighted in this lovely homage to one of his best loved movies. We urge you to check it out!

No question about it—the 1964 black comedy film, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, remains a favorite among the Stanley Kubrick fandom. That said, fans of this film will definitely love this painstakingly done homage to “Dr. Strangelove” by YouTube user XXxOPRIMExXX using Lego pieces. It’s done in two parts, which you can watch below:

The stop-motion videos were reportedly first uploaded two years ago, but were taken down due to copyright issues. Good thing the folks over at Flavorwire spotted the clips again! We felt like sharing this interesting homage to all Kubrick fans out there before it gets taken down again!

So, what do you think about these stop-motion “Dr. Strangelove” sequences? Tell us with a comment below!

written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-10-04 in #lifestyle #stop-motion-animation #stanley-kubrick #analogue-lifestyle #lomography #lego #dr-strangelove

One Comment

  1. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    great! and like the final song of movie: we'll meet again, don´t know when…

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