No. 17 Movie Review 1932

Information and Film Reviews for No. 17 the Movie

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A humorous early thriller by the Master Hitchcock, filmed before the likes of "The 39 Steps." An unsuspecting hobo accidentally discovers a jewel thief's cache. The chase is on--superb final chase sequence involving a bus and a train. Based on the play by J. Jefferson Farjeon.

Distribution

Discount Video Tapes, Inc./Hollywood's Attic, PO Box 7122, Burbank, CA 91510, Phone: (818)843-3366, Toll-free: 800-253-9612, Fax: (818)843-3821, Email: wwwjr@hollywoodsattic.com, URL: http://www.hollywoodsattic.com/blackart.htm

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 64 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Adapted from a Play, Trains
Screenplay
Alfred Hitchcock
Cast
Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey, John Stuart, Donald Calthrop
Cinematography
Jack Cox, Bryan Langley
Director
Alfred Hitchcock

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