Not to be confused with the subject of a teenager’s wet dream, 1932’s Thirteen Women
is a David O. Selznick production that plays like a precursor to Sorority Row
In it, the evil-eyebrowed Ursula Georgi (Myrna Loy) works a secretary
for the New York-based Swami Yogadachi (C. Henry Gordon, 1932’s Scarface
and — this is a stretch — alters the horoscopes he sends to her dozen
former sorority sisters so that convinces them of impending death,
either of someone close or their own.