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There was a time when IBM was bigger, powerful and ruthless than Apple and co-founder SteveJobs was just a small man with a big vision to define tech industry. It turns out he was not only technology enthusiast also a fine actor, In 1984, Jobs played the part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a short film. Wise and Wicked!
In the new video, Apple co-founder (AAPL) Steve Jobs parodies the comedy film, Ghostbusters. Jobs, with an Apple computer strapped to his back, is a member of the “Blue Busters,” which is a reference to the “Big Blue” nickname given to IBM. Titled ’1944,’ it was shot entirely in black and white and depicts Apple and IBM as enemies in World War II.