What Price Hollywood? (1932)
In this film, Constance Bennett plays a star-struck waitress who makes a good impression on film director Lowell Sherman. With Sherman's patronage, Bennett rises to film stardom. Sherman is gratified, but he keeps his distance; a chronic alcoholic, he believes that his inevitable fall from grace will hurt Constance's stardom.
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Critic Reviews for What Price Hollywood?
A swirl of Tinseltown anecdotes peopled by spirited sketches of dyspeptic bosses and smirking gossip-peddlers, safe but piquant
Audience Reviews for What Price Hollywood?
The template for A Star is Born is a good film on its own. While certain scenes reflect the later films the tenure of this is different and the core relationship between the main characters is not a romantic one but one of friendship. Interesting use of imagery to make statements and set moods is dated but done it a way that makes sense within the context of the picture. Solid but the definitive version is still the Judy Garland 1954 starrer.More
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