Wait—is that Roger Sterling of Mad Men?
Nope. It’s just his “Archives Twin.”
Heidi Holmstrom, one of our motion picture preservation specialists, was working on a 1966 film The Atom and Eve when she came across this lookalike.
The film was produced for the Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company to promote nuclear energy.

Wait—is that Roger Sterling of Mad Men?

Nope. It’s just his “Archives Twin.”

Heidi Holmstrom, one of our motion picture preservation specialists, was working on a 1966 film The Atom and Eve when she came across this lookalike.

The film was produced for the Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company to promote nuclear energy.

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