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This is a very interesting and good-humored film which basically is a promotional film for Hollywood about Hollywood celebrities. It is really interesting to see this film so many years later, and some of the "stars" that the other stars consider to be "mega" stars are people that have faded into history and their movies and reputations are long forgotten! On the other hand, it is entertaining to see famous (now deceased) actors and actresses joking around with other stars. This film clearly shows that not only was there a pecking order in Hollywood, but that all of the stars made sure to give lots of praise to the "mega" stars. Sadly, some of the less-important celebrities are given short-shrift and to some degree this movie is kind of overly smug. But, as a time-capsule it really is an interesting movie to watch if you are a fan of movies from the 1930s.
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