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36 Hours (1965) was a War - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by George Seaton and produced by William Perlberg.

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36 Hours (1964)

By Beatrice on Mar 6, 2018 From Flickers in Time

36 Hours Directed by George Seaton Written by George Seaton; story by Carl K. Hittleman and Luis H. Vance from a story by Roald Dahl 1964/USA Prelberg-Seaton Productions/Cherokee Productions First viewing/Amazon Instant This is an OK, if unbelievable, WWII thriller with some excellent performance... Read full article

Warner Archive Blu-ray: James Garner, Eva Marie Saint and Rod Taylor in 36 Hours (1964)

By KC on May 30, 2017 From Classic Movies

36 Hours is an unusual exploration of World War II era deception and intrigue, examining the vulnerability of its victims and the ruthlessness of those in power. It is a tense thriller, but with a substantial emotional core. The film is now available on Blu-ray from Warner Archive. James Garner is ... Read full article

James Garner Faces a Fake Future in "36 Hours"

By Rick29 on Dec 28, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

On the eve of the Normandy invasion, American intelligence officer Major Jefferson Pike gets thunked on the head during a clandestine rendezvous with a spy. He awakes in an Allied military hospital five years later. When Pike (James Garner) reveals that he can't remember the last five years, his doc... Read full article

36 Hours (1965)

By Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

Prisoners of war are interrogated and tortured for their secrets. But what happens when they're tricked out of them? Directed and adapted for the screen by George Seaton, 36 Hours (1965) is a fascinating WWII film about a major in the US Navy whose drugged and captured by the Germans. When he comes... Read full article

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Maj. Jefferson F. Pike: Over 300,000 men waiting for us in the wrong place, and you're worried?
Col. Peter MacLean: Well, this business is very much like marriage, Jeff. When things are going along too smoothly, you can't help but be a bit suspicious.

Maj. Walter Gerber: I think deep down you wanted to be caught.
Anna Hedler, Nurse: Why?
Maj. Walter Gerber: Guilt cries out for punishment - punishment as a specific cure for a feverish conscience.

Maj. Jefferson F. Pike: [Maj. Pike, Col. MacLean and Gen. Allison are debating the likelihood of the Nazis expecting the Allied invasion] "Time" magazine predicts it's going to be the first week of June. You know something, I have a hunch that, uh, German intelligence is almost as smart.

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