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The King Murder (1932)

The King Murder





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As evidenced by its title, Chesterfield's The King Murder was partially inspired by the infamous Dot King extortion case of the early 1930s. Before the film is even half over, three murders have been committed. The first victim is a blonde trollop who'd been blackmailing a prominent millionaire. The second unfortunate is the cop assigned to guard the blonde's body. And the third killing neatly disposes of the man responsible for the first murder. The culprit is eventually done in by his own murder weapon, a poisoned needle. For some unknown reason, the New York prints of The King Murder were five minutes shorter than those prepared for Los Angeles run.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics
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Written By: C.R. Jones, Charles Reed Jones
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On DVD: Mar 1, 2005
Chesterfield Pictures Corporation


Conway Tearle
as Detective Chief Henr...
Natalie Moorhead
as Elizabeth Hawthorn
Marceline Day
as Pearl Hope
Dorothy Revier
as Miriam King
Don Alvarado
as Jose Moreno
Huntley Gordon
as Arthur B. Bronnell
Robert W. Frazer
as Van Kempen
Maurice Black
as Philip Scott
Rose Dione
as Miss Duval
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