Noting the antics of commie scum (sorry, "distinguished professors") always puts me in the mood for I Was A Communist For The FBIiiiiii! This one's called "Very Private Funeral" (12 August 1953).
Comrade Revchenko (William Conrad with the worst Russian accent in history--until he wisely quits trying, anyway): "Comrade Cevetik, what do you know about the so-called 'electronic brain'"?
And a Vic and Sade: "The Thunder Storm" (1942). That Paul Rhymer is barely remembered, let alone not considered what he is, an American humorist on a par with Twain (actually I think he's funnier) is a war crime. This is a good one.