Secret of the Blue Room

1933 film by Kurt Neumann

Secret of the Blue Room is a 1933 film about three men who each want to marry a beautiful girl decide to spend a night in room where murders have occurred to prove their bravery to her.

Directed by Kurt Neumann. Written by William J. Hurlbut.
Shocks! Shivers! Sensation! Surprises! Creeping shadows, clutching hands, a blue death-chamber and a houseful of bewildered men defying the supernatural for the sake of a beautiful girl!...  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Betty: Mary! Mary, did you hear what happened last night?
Mary: Don't tell me the old cat went and had kittens again.
Betty: No, silly, it's Mr. Thomas!
Mary: What?
Betty: He disappeared.
Mary: Where to?
Betty: If we knew where he was, he wouldn't be disappeared, stupid. He slept... in the Blue Room!
Mary: [suddenly afraid] The ghost room?
Betty: And he's gone!
Mary: Oh...
Betty: Paul? Is it really true about Mr. Thomas?
Paul: Yes. I warned them. But they laughed at me. But I tell you that anybody who sleeps in the Blue Room is never heard of again!

TaglinesEdit

  • Shocks! Shivers! Sensation! Surprises! Creeping shadows, clutching hands, a blue death-chamber and a houseful of bewildered men defying the supernatural for the sake of a beautiful girl!...
  • CARL LAEMMLE presents the 10 STAR PRODUCTION

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