Number Seventeen (Number 17) (1932)
Average Rating: 6.4/10
Reviews Counted: 6
Fresh: 3 | Rotten: 3
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John Stuart is blown into a derelict building to find cockney Leon M. Lion crashed for the night; a corpse; a blonde looking for her father; a couple, one of whom is mute, wanting to view the property at midnight - plus a handcuffed couple hanging from a crumbling staircase and a bus and train race to the Channel ferry.
Jan 1, 1932 Wide
Jul 28, 1998
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The plotting is half-baked and the special effects are so crude that they make the back projection in Marnie look like the last word in verisimilitude.
A technically compelling Hitchcock film which, while made early in his career and rather crude, displays his genius at creating visual suspense.
Unsatisfactory early tongue-in-cheek comedy/suspense yarn directed and cowritten by Alfred Hitchcock.
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