This is a true story for sure. The Alfred Nobel's one, the man who invented dynamite and also permitted to ameliorate the use of nitroglycerine. This short story shows him with his secretary, a young woman who was a pacifist...Those two elements - pacifist and explosives - don't fit together, do they? I am just surprised that the story doesn't begin with Nobel's character, but with other characters who will bring to him a few minutes later. I wonder if only big screen features were made about Alfred Nobel, a so important man in history of science. One more time, as I have already said about this TELEPHONE TIME series, William Dieterle could have made a film with this history character. After all, he was the biography specialist.
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