I just watched the movie The Magnetic Monster, which is a 1953 science-fiction thriller. The main premise is hokum, but there's an amount of reasonable-seeming background "science" around.
The heroes, from the Office of Scientific Investigation (apparently not the OSI that would go on to design a network protocol suite thirty-some years later :-)) do some calculating with an electronic brain known as "the MANIAC". There are various shots of various pieces of equipment, including keypunches, 5-hole paper tape readers, various switch panels, and so on. And a pre-computer card sorter which is supposedly part of the MANIAC, but never mind that.
There was a 1952 computer called MANIAC at Los Alamos, of design similar to the IAS machine. And there's some thematic tie-in to the movie, which has a "radiation" problem as well as the magnetism of the title.
So here's my question: are any of those shots actually the Los Alamos MANIAC?
Key scenes have the boffins at the operating console of the MANIAC, with the usual "cheaper in quantity" number of lights and switches. Are there any similar pictures of the real MANIAC.
I believe one character says the MANIAC uses a "new form of cathode ray tube" for storage, which seems about right for the time.
(The movie is entertaining enough, if you like the genre; it's free viewing with Amazon Prime in the USA)