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দ্য মল্টেজ ফ্যালকন

অন্য অনেকের মতোই দ্য মল্টেজ ফ্যালকন মুগ্ধ করেছিল রবার্ট সারবার নামের মানুষটিকেও। কি? ভাবছেন রবার্ট সারবারটা আবার কে?

The atomic bombs that the United States dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were code-named Little Boy and Fat Man, respectively, after their shapes. "Fat Man" is what Spade and others call Kasper Gutman in The Maltese Falcon, and it's what inspired Manhattan Project physicist Robert Serber when he named it. It has been falsely reported that "Little Boy" also came from The Maltese Falcon, as the epithet Spade uses for Wilmer. The problem with that theory: Spade never calls him that. (He calls him "boy" a lot, but never "little boy.") "Little Boy" was, in fact, simply a variation of a third type of bomb code-named Thin Man, after the movie based on a different Dashiell Hammett book.

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