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We love Hedy Lamarr. In real life, she is the reason behind the cellular phone technology. During WWII, she patented a means to help navy devise a radio-signal to guide torpedoes that would the Germans couldn't blow up. She suggested a shifting sequence, as in the signal of one device would synchronize like a musical song with another. If you didn't know the song, you couldn't jam the radio signal. She never collected a dime. After her patent expired and ignorance died out, the navy re-looked at her idea. Hedy Lamarr-- the lovely actress with a clever mind!
One of her six husbands and the father of two of her children, John Loder, is in this film as well. If you like Hedy, you'll like this film and you'll like seeing John Loder get dead.
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I PURCHASED THIS MOVIE FOR MY HUSBAND FOR CHRISTMAS AS HE IS A HEDY LAMAR FAN. GUESS WHO WATCHED ALL OF IT, IT WASN'T HIM. I REALLY ENJOYED THE MOVIE. Read morePublished on February 3, 2012 by Audre Jones
This movie is available elsewhere, but this version has a pretty good picture and sound, unlike a lot of other ALPHA discs. Read morePublished on March 25, 2010 by Jay Holder
Hedy Lamarr at her BEST. After her production role of the fascinating and morally complex STRANGE WOMAN (see my separate 5 star review for that), Hedy was awarded this great... Read morePublished on March 28, 2006 by J. Kara Russell