Death Kiss, The

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The Death Kiss was filmed in 1932 starting David Manners playing crusading reporter/amateur detective Franklyn Drew. The film starts at Tomart Studio as they are filming the final scene of The Death Kiss the leading man Myles Brent is shot dead when a prop gun's blanks are replaced with live rounds. Brent a notorious womanizer has a mile long list of suspects making it one heck of a complicated whodunit.

  • Directors: Edwin L. Marin

The following guns were used in the movie The Death Kiss:

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Colt New Service

Colt New Service - .44-40
Police and Studio officials checking all the Colt New Service Revolvers on the table
Police and Studio officials checking all the Colt New Service Revolvers on the table

Colt Detective Special

Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Chalmers preparing to throw his Colt Detective Special Revolver on the incinerator
Studio Officer Gulliver (Vince Barnett) holding a Colt Official Police Revolver

Colt Official Police

Colt Official Police - .38 Special
Studio Officer Gulliver (Vince Barnett) aims his Colt Official Police Revolver on Chalmers
Propmaster handing out Colt Official Police Revolvers on set prior to filming
Propmaster loading Colt Official Police Revolvers with blanks on set prior to filming

Remington 1866 Derringer

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 Rim Fire
Franklyn Drew (David Manners) find a Remington 1866 Derringer mounted in the set light
Franklyn Drew (David Manners) find a Remington 1866 Derringer mounted in the set light



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