The Golden Age of Hollywood

Hollywood Babylon: From "Sunset Blvd.", Down Ventura, by Woltz International Studios, To a Hush-Hush Martini a la "LA Confidential"

What's your favorite Hollywood Babylon movie?
My top three:

1. LA Confidential (Hanson)
2. Sunset Boulevard (Wilder)
3. In A Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray)


And your selections, Girls and Boyos?

Addemdum 15Mar09:

Now, let's expand the Hollywood Babylon Theme to include parts of films:

Hands down winner: Certain filmed and unfilmed aspects, and deleted scenes included in the trilogy box set, regarding Hollywood Babylon from The Godfather (dir. Coppola) (and unfilmed parts of the original novel "The Godfather" by Mario Puzo. It rips the guts out of the Hollywood dreamscape. And your opinions paisan?

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