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Number 17 - 1932 - (1:02:53)
– Alfred Hitchcock directed this 1932 thriller about a detective who finds jewels in a gang’s hideout. Starring John Stuart, Anne Grey and Leon M. Lion. A group of criminals commit a jewel robbery and put their money in an old house over a railway leading to the English Channel, house street number 17. The detective, stumbles onto this plot and intervenes with the help of a neighbor, a police officer's daughter. The movie contains an exciting chase between a bus and a train. Based on a stage play by J. Jefferson Farjeon. Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock; Produced by: John Maxwell; Screenplay by: Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville, and Rodney Ackland. Story by: Jefferson J. Farjeon. Based on a play Number Seventeen. Starring: John Stuart, Anne Grey, Leon M. Lion, Donald Calthrop, Barry Jones, and Ann Casson. Music by: Adolph Hallis; Cinematography: Jack Cox and Bryan Langley. Edited by: A.C. Hammond; Production Company: Associated British Picture Corporation; Distributed by: Wardour Films; Release date: 18 July 1932 (London); Running time: 64 minutes; Country: United Kingdom; Language: English.
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Pride of the Bowery - 1940 - (59:50)
– Starring the East Side Kids - Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, David Gorcey, Donald Haines. Muggs (Leo Gorcey) is tricked into entering a Civilian Conservation Corps camp by Danny (Bobby Jordan) in order to get in shape. Muggs resists and battles with the camp captain and with other campers. He also becomes involved in trying to help one of his friends get out of trouble.
Directed by: Joseph H. Lewis; Produced by: Sam Katzman; Written by: William Lively; Starring: Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Ernie 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison, and Donald Haines; Distributed by: Monogram Pictures Corporation; Release date: December 15, 1940; Running time: 68 minutes; Language: English.