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The Death Kiss (1932) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Edwin L. Marin and produced by E. W. Hammons.

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Officer Gulliver: Well, that's that old, old story. Two men and a woman. The internal triangle.

Franklyn Drew: Poison, all right. Familiar smelling stuff too.
Officer Gulliver: [smells glass] Boy! That guy'd drink anything that wasn't too thick to chew.

Det. Lt. Sheehan: Say, will you go up to your office and write bad little boy five hundred times?

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Film debut of George O'Hanlon.
Directorial debut of Edwin L. Marin.
The "Tonart Studios" where the story takes place were actually locations within the California Tiffany Studios in Hollywood where the production was filmed in November 1932.
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