Passed | | Drama
Several stars are referred to his this Hollywood story. Constance Bennett smooches with a magazine photo of Clark Gable and copies the make-up in a magazine photo of Marion Davies. She also impersonates Greta Garbo. The old flower lady mentions to Lowell Sherman that she could be a new Marie Dressler.
Hmmmm. Oh, boy!
Mary Evans: Daaahling, how I love you my daaahling, I love you I do.
Mary Evans: It's getting late and I must scram.
When Mary is filming her first bit part she drops her script on the stairs, which then disappears between shots.
There is a "by" credit to Gene Fowler and Rowland Brown after the title shows, but there is also a "screen play by" credit to Jane Murfin and Ben Markson, without leaving any clear explanation or context as to what "by" actually means. But the reality was that Fowler and Brown wrote the real screenplay, with Murfin and Markson providing the continuity.