Charlie Isaacs and his family arrive in Los Alamos and attempt to navigate a community built on secrets. Frank Winter, the head of the Manhattan Project, struggles with the sacrifices he is making to help the U.S. win World War II.
Did You Know?
When Frank brings Paloma a radio, he plugs it in and it immediately starts playing. All radios made in the 1940's used vacuum tubes which need to warm up for 30 seconds to a minute before the radio would play anything. See more
When Charlie Isaacs turns on a radio, it starts playing immediately. Radios of that era had vacuum tubes, not transistors. Vacuum tubes required several seconds to "warm up" in order for the radio to play. See more
What I'm about to tell you is highly classified.
I Don't Want to Set the World On Fire
Written by Bennie Benjamin
, Eddie Durham
, Sol Marcus
and Eddie Seiler
Performed by The Ink Spots See more