The Golden Age of Hollywood

Can anyone please tell me the title of the 1937 (36?) Paramount film which featured a number of silent star cameos?  I thought it was either Hollywood or Hollywood Hotel, but I saw the latter and couldn't find the former so it must be something else.  I was sure it has "Hollywood" in the title, tho.  Also would like to know if it's available on DVD.  Thanks.

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Hey Phillip, I'll bet you're talking about Hollywood Boulevard

not a bad little film!


That's it, alright!  Thanks much, Dave!

I had never heard of this film...interestng, indeed!  I had just posted a pic of Louise Brooks that turns out was from this film but she ended up on the editing floor (!)

I found out that it's not on DVD, maybe TCM will run it.  Where did you post the LB Photo?

Page 7 of the photos section on the bottom.  The deco bed is amazing.

There may be several films in circulation of this type, but one I have in my collection is

a Paramount from 1936 entitled Hollywood Boulevard. The stars are in groups mainly in scenes inside a crowded bar, sitting at the bar, and in the "behind-the-scenes" scenes. Vintage Film Buff used to

sell it but now, since they're out of business, you can get by corresponding with people in the traders group here.


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