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I recall this old sci fi movie where a android is looking for its' "father", it will self destruct if not found in 7 days. The father knows how to defuse the H-bomb in it. Then it goes on to save humanity

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    So probably not Eve of Destruction (tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/EveOfDestruction)? – FuzzyBoots Aug 20 '17 at 15:07
  • The closest I've seen to this is a b-movie called suspect device, but that was a 90's picture (unless it was a remake of an earlier film). The android was carrying a nuke but it wasn't an h-bomb, and his creator admitted he couldn't remove/disable the bomb without dismantling "killing" the android. In the end the android chooses to blow up taking his creator and some military bigwig with him. – Nu'Daq Aug 20 '17 at 17:44
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Probable duplicate of this question; Film about alien/android that molds facial features. The Questor Tapes, created by Gene Rodenberry. Robert Foxworth stars as the android, who needs to find his father/creator, who can defuse his nuclear generator before it overloads and explodes.He becomes the current guardian of humanity

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  • Definitely a better match than my answer. ^_^ – FuzzyBoots Aug 20 '17 at 16:17
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On the off chance you're confused about details (or someone else is looking for a film about an android looking for their creator while they have a bomb in them), I'm going to propose Eve of Destruction, a 1991 film about a gynoid named EVE VIII designed for military operations and looking identical to her creator, Dr. Eve Simmons. EVE is damaged during a bank robbery, which triggers embedded memories from her creator, and a desire to seek out Dr. Simmons's father, who was abusive to her as a child. EVE indeed does have a nuclear bomb in her, which must be disarmed, triggered to go off within 24 hours after she gets into a car crash.

Areas where it doesn't match up are a later time frame, possibly a different gender for the android, and that the father and creator are different people. Also, EVE doesn't go to save humanity, but defeating her does save a significant part of the population around her.

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