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  1. Fat Man This implosion-type plutonium bomb, nicknamed Fat Man, weighed 10,800 pounds. The bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, August 9, 1945, at 11:01 AM. The B-29 Bock’s Car (named after Frederick Bock, who was the usual pilot), dropped the bomb from 29,000 feet. The bomb exploded 1,650 feet above the

  2. Oct 20, 1989 · Fat Man and Little Boy: Directed by Roland Joffé. With Paul Newman, Dwight Schultz, Bonnie Bedelia, John Cusack. This film reenacts the Manhattan Project, the secret wartime project in New Mexico where the first atomic bombs were designed and built.

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    • Roland Joffé
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    • Paul Newman, Dwight Schultz, Bonnie Bedelia
  3. Jul 23, 2014 · Little Boy, covered by a protective tarp for security reasons. The assembled implosion sphere for Fat Man ready to be placed in the casing. Sealant is applied via spray gun. Putty is applied to the forward plate. Norman Ramsey signing his name on Fat Man. The Fat Man bomb being towed toward the airfield with an escort. The sealant has been applied.

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  5. Fat Man and Little Boy (released in the United Kingdom as Shadow Makers) is a 1989 war film directed by Roland Joffé who co-wrote the script with Bruce Robinson.The story follows the Manhattan Project, the secret Allied endeavor to develop the first nuclear weapons during World War II.

  6. The focus is on the men who were involved with the project. "Fat Man and Little Boy" presents the story of the people involved with the creation of the Atomic Bomb in what was known as the Mannhattan Project and how they managed to develop such an risky device in a rushed period of time. I found the security precautions to be interesting.

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