What Price Hollywood? (1932)

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The career of a waitress takes off when she meets an amiable drunken Hollywood director.


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  • Constance Bennett in What Price Hollywood? (1932)
  • Aggie Herring and Lowell Sherman in What Price Hollywood? (1932)
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23 August 1999 | Southpaw-9
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| A behind-the-scenes look at classic Hollywood
"What Price Hollywood?" is one of my favorite films of the 1930s. With loads of drama, glamour to spare, and some romance too, this movie is one of the best behind-the-scenes looks at the old Hollywood studio system that was ever made. Constance Bennett, looking her radiant best, plays the lead role with finesse. Lowell Sherman also turns in a powerful performance as a washed-up director. This movie was the basis for "A Star is Born." All in all, one great film.

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