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Hollywood Boulevard II (1990)

R | | Comedy | 30 January 1991 (USA)
A studio finds itself in the middle of a bizarre murder mystery when an exploding teddy bear kills the latest star. Soon more actresses get violently eliminated as the desparate search for ... See full summary »

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Candy Chandler (as Ginger Lynn Allen)
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Ken Wright ...
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Mary Randolph
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Selma
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Renee Allman ...
Camilla (as Renee Griffin)
Randi Randolph ...
Dorreen
Meika Lanter ...
Leanne
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A studio finds itself in the middle of a bizarre murder mystery when an exploding teddy bear kills the latest star. Soon more actresses get violently eliminated as the desparate search for the killer begins. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Murray: Battle maidens to the set, please!
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Not for the Kiddies, for the kiddies older parents!
16 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

Hello, this movie was nothing like the first two versions. The sauce was not as red, the kilts were not as low-cut (they were at knee-level!), and most I am certain that the props were all fake. One of the most confusing dance numbers I have ever had the honour to see, a virtual explosion of sight and sound in an other-wise flat movie. Five fingers up, mate!


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