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Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (1983)

Not Rated  |   |  Comedy, Documentary  |  27 February 1985 (France)
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A compilation of out-takes from the movies.


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Himself (archive footage) (as Gig)


Out-takes, 9mostly from Warner Bros.), promotional shorts, movie premieres, public service pleas, wardrobe tests, documentary material, and archival footage make up this star-studded voyeuristic look at the Golden age of Hollywood during the 30s, 40, and 50. Written by

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Hollywood Graffiti  »

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My Silent Love
(1932) (uncredited)
Music by Dana Suesse
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung by Bonnie Poe (dubbed by Helen Kane)
From the film Hollywood on Parade No. A-8 (1933)
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Kind of fun
27 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Short compilation of actors flubbing dialogue, old ads or commercials made by stars and some gag footage made specifically for Hollywood insiders. Not very well put together and it has its dull stretches but some highlights are: The Marx Brothers in the MGM logo roaring like the lion (except for Harpo); Bud Abbott flubbing his lines and swearing a blue streak; James Dean doing a PSA for driving safely (shortly before his death in an auto accident); a truly hysterical Jimmy Fund ad with Joan Crawford wishing her children a good night (and you specifically hear them say "Good night Mommie Dearest); a very odd little film with Cecil DeMille and Porky Pig swearing! No great shakes but a fun little movie. I give it an 8.

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