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36 Hours is a 1965 American suspense film, based on the short story "Beware of the Dog" by Roald Dahl, starring James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, and Rod Taylor, and directed by George Seaton. An American officer is deceived into believing that he has suffered from amnesia and that World War II has ended years ago in an effort to get him to reveal a vital secret. Having attended General Eisenhower's final briefing concerning D-Day, U.S. Army Major Jefferson Pike is sent from London to confirm with a German double agent he has recruited in Lisbon that the Nazis still expect the invasion in the wrong place. However, Pike falls into a trap; he is drugged into unconsciousness. When Pike wakes up, he is in what seems to be a US Army hospital. His hair is graying and he now needs glasses to read. He is told it is 6 years later and the hospital is in postwar, occupied Germany, yet he has no memory of the intervening period. The psychiatrist handling his case, Major Walter Gerber, explains that...
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