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A young girl arrives in Hollywood determined to become a star in the movies, but finds that attaining stardom is a lot more difficult then she counted on. Howewver, she does become a star of sorts--as the owner of a dog who DOES become a movie star. Written by
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Had Hollywood And Vine not been done by poverty row PRC studios I might have given this a better rating. It's a nice comedy about a couple of hopefuls trying to break into pictures.
James Ellison is a writer and Wanda McKay an actress, but it's a stray dog that Ellison mistakenly believes belongs to McKay that makes it big in Tinseltown. Ralph Morgan playing a dual role as a pair studio executives decides this is the dog to rival Lassie over at that big studio that has a lion logo.
Such players as Franklin Pangborn, Emmett Lynn, and even 'Prince' Michael Romanoff make this a pleasant hour of film making.
This could have been done at MGM and would have been a bigger hit there.
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