36 Hours

36 Hours (1965) is an American suspense film, based on the short story "Beware of the Dog" by Roald Dahl. It stars James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, and Rod Taylor and was directed by George Seaton. On 2 June 1944, a German army doctor tries to obtain vital information from an American military intelligence officer by convincing him that it is 1950 and World War II is long over.
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    … users to not only read about about a city’s various attractions, but also locate them from the same interface. It was the kind of interactive storytelling any publisher would be proud to provide for its readers. Except it wasn’t a news story; it was an ad for Google. Unlike previous posts from T Brand Studio, the Times’s native advertising arm…

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  • Inside Mic’s millennial native ads pitch to brands

    …. Variety, for example, used its recent campaign with Sony to create an interactive timeline of the history of entertainment. Similarly, The New York Times’ T Brand Studio worked with Google to create an impressive interactive that combined its 36 Hours brand with Google Maps functionality. The challenge for these sorts of efforts is production. It took…

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