Hitchcock Chronology: Number Seventeen (1932)
- 4th - The Times reports that Hitchcock will be directing a screen adaptation of Jefferson Farjeon's play Number Seventeen for British International Pictures.
- 29th - Cinematographer Jack E. Cox, who worked with Hitchcock on The Ring, Champagne, The Farmer's Wife, Blackmail, The Manxman, Murder!, Juno and the Paycock, Mary, Rich and Strange, The Skin Game, Number Seventeen and The Lady Vanishes, dies aged 64.
- 6th - Rodney Ackland, who worked with Hitchcock on The Skin Game (1931) and Number Seventeen (1932), dies aged 83.
- 31st - Cinematographer Bryan Langley, who worked with Hitchcock on 4 films, including Number Seventeen, dies.
- 23rd - Cinematographer Gilbert Taylor, who worked with Hitchcock on Number Seventeen and Frenzy, dies aged 99.