A Hollywood actress who worries that the movie world is eroding her grip on reality is drawn into a love affair with an ordinary - and married - guy.

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Morris King
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Bud Loring
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Ernestine King
Bryan Montgomery ...
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Reginald Broderick (as Davis Ackroyd)
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Alan Hildred
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Hal Graham (as Brain Kerwin)
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A Hollywood actress who worries that the movie world is eroding her grip on reality is drawn into a love affair with an ordinary - and married - guy.

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This chapter is subtitled "Power, Passion, & Murder". See more »

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References Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Closed Set (1988) See more »

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I Can't Get Started
Performed by Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra
Courtesy of RCA Records
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Watch the original version!
27 March 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

The original version "Naticia Jackson" was part of the series "Tales from the Hollywood Hills" and runs 56 minutes. The home video edition called "Power, Passion and Murders" combined two episodes from the series (the other episode is "A Table at Ciro's"). The problem is, that they inter-cut both stories instead to show just one after the other, which is pretty confusing. Try to watch the original, which is an excellent piece about the classic days of Hollywood in the 30's. Michelle Pfeiffer is unbelievable good as the screen goddess Natica Jackson (reminescent of Veronica Lake, Jean Harlow, Rita Hayworth and all the others).


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