Eddie Kane wanders round the studio back-lot, opening various doors to see which stars pop out.

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Eddie Kane wanders round the studio back-lot, opening various doors to see which stars pop out.

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21 October 1932 (USA)  »

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Everyone Says I Love You
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Great Number of Stars
4 November 2015 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Hollywood on Parade No. A-3 (1932)

*** (out of 4)

This episode in the series might lack any real "story" but these were made to show off stars and there are plenty of them on display here. Eddie Kane plays the Master of Ceremonies and the set-up is that he walks backstage to the dressing rooms where we meet various stars including Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Tom Mix, Roscoe Ates, Jackie Cooper, Bebe Daniels, Billy Dove, Jimmy Durante, Ben Lyon, Wheeler & Woolsey and Anna May Wong.

Needless to say, the stars are certainly what makes this short so entertaining since there are so many of them. Most of them just get small walk-on things to do but there is some funny stuff scattered around including Tom Mix who gets a terrific joke about Durante's nose. Fans of this era of Hollywood will certainly want to check this one out.


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