PG | | Biography, Drama, History
The movie's title was the catchphrase Edward R. Murrow used at the end of his television broadcasts.
In 1935, Ed Murrow began his career with CBS. When World War II broke out, it was his voice that brought the Battle of Britain home to us, through his "This Is London" radio series. He started with us all, many of us here tonight, when television ...
Mention is made of the hotline telephone between Moscow and Washington, but this was installed in 1963, five years after Edward R. Murrow's speech and ten years after the bulk of the film. (Fidel Castro's revolution hadn't even occurred at the time the film is set).
Even the rating band at the tail of the film is in black and white.
€591,600 (Italy) (18 September 2005)
$31,501,218 (USA) (12 March 2006)
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