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Danger on the Air (1938) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Otis Garrett and produced by Irving Starr.

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While the Crime Club deal was not wildly successful, it is an example of "New" Universal's willingness to work economical tie-ins in an attempt to plug the cash drain created by the Laemmle's, who had been ousted during the production of Show Boat. Ultimately the studio would be saved through a combination of severe cost cutting measures implemented by Charles R. Rogers, the signing of Deanna Durbin and secured by the wildly popular duo, Abbott & Costello.
A Crime Club Mystery. Based on "Death Catches Up with Mr. Kluck," by Xantippe (a pseudonym).
In 1937, Universal had entered into a deal with Crime Club, a prolific publisher of pulp whodunits, allowing it to produce up to 4 of it's novels annually. This was the 4th entry of 11 that were eventually produced, all as B-pictures.
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