You play the head of a movie studio who must produce movies, manage your personnel and market your product as the technology of the medium changes over the years.


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Benedict Caeser ...
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Ben Cullum ...
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DJ English Hughie (voice)
DJ Andy Wright (voice)
Kenny Andrews ...
DJ Randy Shaw (voice) (as Kennie Andrews)
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Lillian Paulson ...
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DJ Wally Krunckleburger, Awards Man (voice)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Eric Myers)
DJ William McDuff, Future News (voice)
Laurel Lefkow ...
PA Announcer (voice)
Patricia Rodriguez ...
Adwards Woman (voice)
Tech News Announcer (voice)
Robert O. Smith ...
DJ Mad Dog John (voice)
Tony Guida ...
Current News (voice)


In this game, you run a film film studio beginning in 1920 with the beginning of Hollywood. As you hire your staff and produce your first works, you must nurture your studio through the struggles of the succeeding years while keeping your business viable. Meanwhile the technology of film develops along its historical path as you cope the continual changes and challenges of the film industry, both in the business and artist aspects. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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Most of the names of the various Stars and other crew that show up to work on your studio lot throughout the game are taken from staff members who worked on the game. See more »


Alexa St. Fontain: I'm Alexa St. Fontain, your goddess of gossip.
Jim Sashe': And this is swami of celebrity swank, Jim Sashe', you're watching...
Both: This is Hollywood!
Alexa St. Fontain: [off-screen] Remember this apple-cheek little starlet? Here she is in her very first picture, "Cross Country with Uncle Leadfoot."
Jim Sashe': Wow, grandpa, keep your hands on the wheel!
Alexa St. Fontain: That's screen sensation Ashley Brown, star of last summer mega-blockbuster "Monkey in the Hauntings."
Jim Sashe': Of course she is, Alexa. Ashley Brown is bonified movie magic. Let's take a look at her ...
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Movie Making Magic!
15 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes you can make your own movies. Yes there are limitations. There are two main aspects of this game.

1. Making movies 2. Running a movie studio "The Sims" style

1. Making movies. This part of the game is the best in my opinion. You have total control over the movie making process. You pick your actors and customize their clothes, names, hairstyles, makeup, body type, facial hair, and much more. You then can begin creating your movie. You pick the sets (which range from a beach, city streets, alien planets, westerns, war movies) and then you can customize the sets in case you want to add a coat hanger in the room or a set of chairs. Then you chose from hundreds of scenes to put in your movie (some as small as a person looking to the left, some as big as a western cowboy shootout). you pick which actors you want to be in every scene. you can also change their clothes or look for every scene. there are romantic scenes, fight scenes, funny scenes... you get to chose. when you are finished, you then go to "post production" on your movie. you can add music to your movies (the game provides sample music and you can upload your own as well), you can cut scenes for length (in case a fight scene is lasting too long, you can edit the length of each scene. you can add in sound effects which the game provides. finally you can put your finished movie online or just export it to your computer in windows media viewer format to show your friends. you have 99% total control over the movie.

2. the studio. i don't use this part too much. you can chose to either build up your studio from the ground up... hiring actors, directors, building sets, trying to win awards in the game, budget your money, etc. for people like me who just want to make movies, there is an option where your studio is already built and you have tons of money and don't have to worry about your actor's mood swings (like in The Sims).

overall i give it a 9/10. i take only 1 point off because there is no blood (the game might report blood, but the only blood in the game is on a costume where the blood is splattered on the front)

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