Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon: Number Seventeen (1932)

Here’s the 14th review for our Alfred Hitchcock blogsthon. Let’s see what zoe thought of Number 17 (1932)

The Sporadic Chronicles

number seventeen poster

SYNOPSIS: A gang of thieves gather at a safe house following a robbery, but a detective is on their trail. – via IMDB

After having watched The Skin Game and really not liking it, I saw that I still had to watch Number Seventeen, which was released a year after the aforementioned. I was very sceptical, but saw that this was a very short movie, so decided to just get on with it and see what it was all about.

Number Seventeen is definitely an improvement over the last one, and this was something I didn’t even mind watching. Granted, that third act was not very entertaining, and almost become too much of a joke on itself, and felt so long and yet so rushed at the same time. However, it is not a dealbreaker. The rest of the movie is fine. Initially it comes across as serious, but…

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