365 Nights in Hollywood (1934)
In this comedy, a midwestern girl heads for Hollywood in hopes of becoming a star. She is accompanied by two good buddies and this film chronicles their adventures in Tinseltown.
as Jimmy Dale
as Casting Director
as Adrian Almont
as Assistant District A...
as Alice Perkins
as Prof. Ellenbogen
as Assistant Director
as Frank Young
as J. Walter Delmar
as Iron Worker
as Young Husband
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Negligible low budget very early Alice Faye musical which is in terrible shape. The picture is full of scratches, very washed out and overbright so that it's rather hard on the eyes of the viewer. This is from the period where the studio was still trying to push Alice as a musical Jean Harlow so she looks awful with too much makeup and ridiculously thin and distracting eyebrows. As for the plot, it's the old saw about a girl from the sticks looking for her big break and the down and outer who helps her get it. Still Alice sings well and the view of Hollywood it presents is interesting in a historical aspect. But if you're just looking for an enjoyable Alice Faye musical go for one of her later films where the production values were higher and she was presented in a more flattering wayMore
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