1932 – Number Seventeen

★★★☆☆ UK. 1h4m. Thriller / Mystery. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville, Rodney Ackland (screenplay) and Joseph Jefferson Farjeon (“Number Seventeen”). Cinematography by Jack Cox, Bryan Langley. Edited by A.C. Hammond. Music by Adolph Hallis. Starring Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey, John Stuart, Donald Calthrop, Barry Jones, Ann Casson.

A group of criminals who committed a jewel robbery hide their loot in an old house over a railway that leads to the English Channel. An outsider stumbles onto this plot and intervenes with the help of a neighbour who is a police officer’s daughter.

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