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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.


Det. Lt. Sheehan: Everybody here seems to know more about police matters than the police.
Franklyn Drew: It's noble of you to admit it.


Sgt. Owen Hilliker: I'm beginnin' to think you're givin' us the razz.
Franklyn Drew: Prove it. You're the detective.


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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.
The showing on 5 December 1932, was a preview and had no hand-tinted sequences. The film was scheduled for a 25 December 1932 release nationally, but it was held up so that some sequences could be tinted.
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