The Suicide Club (1932)

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1932

The Suicide Club

The Suicide Club, based on a story by Robert Louis Stevenson, was announced in the press as a vehicle for Bela Lugosi. In 1934 the idea was revived by Universal as a vehicle for Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff in the wake of their successful pairing in The Black Cat (1934). Although pre-production promotional artwork was published, the film remained unproduced. 

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Dallas Morning News, January 4, 1932

The Suicide Club, Dallas Morning News, January 4, 1932

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San Francisco Chronicle, January 12, 1932

Hollywood Closeups by Grace Kingsley

The Suicide Club, Hollywood Closeups by Grace Kingsley, San Francisco Chronicle, January 12, 1932*

Tampa Tribune, January 15, 1932

The Suicide Club, Tampa Tribune, January 15, 1932*

Seattle Daily Times, January 31, 1932

The Suicide Club, Seattle Daily Times, January 31, 1932

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Modern Screen, July 1932

Lugosi, Bela; unmarried; born Lugos, Hungary, October 20. Universal contract player. Featured role in “Murders in the Rue Morgue.” Working in “Suicide Club.” For Universal.

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