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This breezy, hour-long 1942 movie sports a wildly misleading title. It's not a thriller or horror movie at all, but rather a spy film. It features Warner Bros. staple John Loder in a convincing performance as a shell shocked Army captain who gets sucked into some intrigue involving Nazis. Provocative and taut for a B picture; catch it on Turner Classic when you can.
The general premise here is repeated in the James Garner movie, 36 HOURS (1965): a wounded American soldier is in a hospital involving Nazi agents. The key to each film plot, however, changes drastically. In this plot, the penchant for displaying the ferocious covert attack of the Germans against the Allies is followed, but for a different reason. You see, in 36 HOURS, the protagonist discovers... Ah! but you'll have to rent or buy that video to find out that one! If you're a classic spook or intrigue fan, I believe you, too, will give this one at least 6 stars of 10.
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