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36 Hours 1965


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Directed By:
No image existsGeorge Seaton
Written By:
No image existsGeorge Seaton
No image existsRoald Dahl
No image existsCarl K. Hittleman
Starring:
James GarnerJames Garner
No image existsEva Marie Saint
No image existsRod Taylor
No image existsWerner Peters
No image existsJohn Banner
No image existsAlan Napier
No image existsEdmund Gilbert
No image existsSig Rumann
No image existsMarjorie Bennett
No image existsMartin Kosleck
No image existsHenry Rowland
No image existsJoseph Mell
No image existsRudolph Anders
No image existsJames Doohan
No image existsHilda Plowright
No image existsKarl Held
No image existsCelia Lovsky
No image existsRuss Thorson
No image existsOscar Beregi
No image existsCelia Lovsky

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36 Hours Movie Review by Shannon (7/29/2012)

The intriguing tale of a man with sensitive materials about a D-Day that is about to take place. He is made to believe (through a variety of clever circumstances) that D-Day has passed and that he is recovering on an American hospital compound. But what he doesn't know is that everybody there is German and trained to have...

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