Forgotten Filmcast Episode 22 (featuring me)

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I’m not sure how many of you read the great site Forgotten Filmcast. If you have any interest whatsoever in classic film or obscure cinema, then I highly recommend you head over there, take a look around and subscribe if you like what you see. 

Todd from Forgotten Filmcast was kind enough to invite me to be part of the awesome podcast he records as well. So if you are keen to hear my laidback Aussie accent do battle with his laidback American one, head here to have a listen. We ramble for a little while and then hop into an in-depth discussion of the early Alfred Hitchcock film Number Seventeen (1932). It is not the best of Hitch’s early work, but I think anything by the great man is worth having a sneaky look at. The film is well and truly in the public domain, so if you are keen, take a look at it right here:

Be sure to let me know what you think of the podcasts if you take a listen.

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5 responses

  1. I have seen a lot of Hitchcock movies, but I actually have never seen this one! Interested to hear what you guys have to say, just turned on the podcast now. Cool!

    1. Awesome, cheers for commenting. Hope you enjoyed the podcast.

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