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January 1930 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Reginald Denny ... Himself, Guest Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eddie Lang ... Himself
Joe Venuti ... Himself

Julian Eltinge ... Himself (uncredited)

Julia Faye ... Herself (uncredited)

Marion Mack ... Herself (uncredited)

Anita Page ... Herself (uncredited)

Mack Sennett ... Himself (uncredited)

Bobby Vernon ... Himself (uncredited)

Paul Whiteman ... Himself (uncredited)
Frank Yaconelli ... Himself (uncredited)

Produced by
Louis Lewyn .... producer

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Interesting blast into the past, 27 May 2007
Author: overseer-3 from Florida

The old Voice of Hollywood newsreels are fun to watch. They were radio shows which were filmed and shown in theater circuits before the main features. Each episode was hosted by a different star and featured currently popular stars of stage and screen doing little comedy skits or dance routines.

Number 3 Voice of Hollywood was hosted by dapper Reginald Denny and features Bobby Vernon on different instruments doing comedy bits, female impersonator Julian Eltinge doing a dance routine with fancy dress and feathers, Anita Page discussing current fashions with Julia Faye, Paul Whiteman being initiated into a breakfast club by being blindfolded and having his hand smashed into a plate of ham and eggs, while people like Mack Sennett stood by and watched, Frank Yaconelli doing an accordion routine, etc.

These old newsreels give us a good glimpse into the early sound era.

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