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Germans kidnap an American major and try to convince him that World War II is over, so that they can get details about the Allied invasion of Europe out of him.

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Pike
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Anna / Diana
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Dr. Gerber
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Osterman
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Gen. Smith
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Col. Lowe
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Ungerland
Joris Stuyck ...
Braga
Michael Tulin ...
Interrogator
Kathryn Miller ...
Catherine
John Alden ...
Abbot
Alan Toy ...
Leroy
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Dr. Johns
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Aide
Jeannette Kerner ...
Frau Bertha
Michael Kelly ...
Stout MP

Directed by

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Peter Markle

Written by

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Roald Dahl ... (novel "Beware of the Dog")
 
Carl K. Hittleman ... (story) and
Luis H. Vance ... (story)
 
Stanley R. Greenberg ... (teleplay) (as Stanley Greenberg)

Produced by

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Jon Avnet ... producer
Martin Huberty ... associate producer
Jordan Kerner ... producer
Lisa Lindstrom ... assistant producer

Music by

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J.A.C. Redford

Cinematography by

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Don Burgess

Film Editing by

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Debra Neil-Fisher ... (as Debra Neil)

Editorial Department

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Jonathan Cates ... apprentice editor
Rebekah Rudd ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Sharon Bialy
Richard Pagano ... (as Rick Pagano)

Production Design by

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Stephen Storer

Art Direction by

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Nathan Haas

Set Decoration by

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Sharon Viljoen

Costume Design by

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Kathryn Sparks

Makeup Department

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Terri Hoyos ... additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist
Bill Myer ... makeup artist
Roxanne Wightman ... hair stylist (as Roxanne Yahyavi)

Production Management

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Cleve Landsberg ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Chitra F. Mojtabai ... second second assistant director (as Chitra Mojtabai)
Daniel R. Suhart ... second assistant director (as Dan Suhart)
Dennis M. White ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Greg Benge ... on-set dresser
Doug Crawford ... construction foreman
Scott Dietz ... painter
Don Ghio ... swing
Clayton Hartley ... lead man (as Clay Hartley)
Christopher Harwood ... swing
Paul V. Picerni Jr. ... assistant props
Caroline Rocherolle ... art department assistant
Sally Romine ... painter
Woody Romine ... paint foreman
Philip Shofner ... swing
Jeffrey Whitman ... construction coordinator
Michael Wilson ... property master
Helen Wilson ... draper (uncredited)

Sound Department

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William Grigg ... boom operator (as Bill Grigg)
Walter Hoylman ... sound mixer (as Walt Hoylman)
David J. Hudson ... re-recording mixer
Mel Metcalfe ... re-recording mixer
John T. Reitz ... re-recording mixer

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John E. Gray ... special effects coordinator (as John Gray)
Bill Stabile ... special effects

Stunts

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Joni Avery ... stunts
Rick Avery ... stunt coordinator
John Branagan ... stunts
Mike De Luna ... stunts
Tom Elliott ... stunts
Dane Farwell ... stunts
Joe Gilbride ... stunts
Mario Roberts ... stunts
Kerry Rossall ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joey Alvarado ... rigging gaffer
Keith Banks ... second assistant camera
Josh Bleibtreu ... first assistant camera
David Bodin ... best boy grip
Peter Chrimes ... key grip
Ric Delgado ... electrician
Phil Heath ... grip
Didier Koskas ... electrician
Michael Lund ... additional assistant camera
John Maninger ... best boy electric
Pat O'Mara ... grip
Dylan Shephard ... dolly grip
Chris Squires ... camera operator
Georgia Tays ... electrician
Newton TerMeer ... gaffer (as Tom Ter Meer)
Jack M. Guberman ... lighting technician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Tricia Dong ... casting assistant
Lesa Shapiro ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Adrianna Bernard ... costumer
Leslie Wilshire ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Steve Share ... location manager (as Steven Share)

Music Department

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Allan K. Rosen ... music editor
Melody Siroty ... music clearance

Transportation Department

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Larry Anderson ... driver
Loren Anderson ... driver
Claudia Anglin ... driver
Dan Anglin ... driver (as Danny Anglin)
Bud Belyeu ... transportation captain
Alice Campbell ... driver (as Allie Campbell)
Richard B. Darling ... driver
Nancy Freeland ... driver
Mike Hurwitz ... driver
Gordon Jernberg ... driver
Joe Lanzl ... driver
Diane Morgan ... driver
Ken Peterson ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Samuel Braslau ... production assistant
Carol Chacamaty ... assistant to producers
Bill Dance ... extras coordinator
Dorothy Davis ... assistant to producers
Jan Evans ... script supervisor
Laura Hoffman ... production coordinator
Mark Irwin ... interrogation cell consultant
Valorie Keys ... assistant to producers
Judy Malinoski ... first aid
April Pearce ... assistant accountant
Derry J. Pearce ... production accountant
Suzanne Peck ... production assistant
Bill Rollins ... production assistant
Jackie Traynor ... production assistant
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Pike is an American agent who is captured by the Nazis who want the date of Normandy attack. When they can't get the information through torture they try something totally different. Written by saad

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Also Known As
  • Punto de ruptura (Spain)
  • Punkt krytyczny (Poland)
  • Yli sietorajan (Finland)
  • 72 Horas para o Dia D (Brazil)
  • Oltre il ricordo (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 100 min
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Trivia The film takes place from May 31 to June 6, 1944. See more »
Movie Connections Remake of 36 Hours (1964). See more »

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