Number Seventeen

  • 1932
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Crime

A technically compelling Hitchcock film which, while made early in his career and rather crude, displays his genius at creating visual suspense. A lighthearted parody of the thriller, the film centers around a group of jewel thieves who hide out in an abandoned house near a railway. Detective Gilbert Fordyce (Stuart) is trying to get the goods on a gang,...read more

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Number Seventeen TCM

Early Hitchcock thriller centering on an eerie house in which a detective is searching for stolen jewels. Ben: Leon M. Lion. Nora: Anne Grey. Gilbert: John Stuart. Brant: Donald Calthrop. Doyle: Barry Jones. Sheldrake: Garry Marsh. Rose: Ann Casson.

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: A technically compelling Hitchcock film which, while made early in his career and rather crude, displays his genius at creating visual suspense. A lighthearted parody of the thriller, the film centers around a group of jewel thieves who hide out in an aban… (more)

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