E! True Hollywood Story

The Hilton Sisters (22 Feb. 2005)

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In the last 15 to 20 minutes of the show you see Paris shooting the Tmobile sidekick 2 located at the DMV in Hollywood. I was the old man sitting next to her. Our director for the commercial was Rocky. I think the presentation by True Hollywood Story was well done. The timing and spacing was excellent. The selection of cast was good. I would enjoy seeing more of this type of story line. I did not find it slow in pace just the opposite. The story shows some very interesting insights on the Hilton Sisters life. I find this approach to the presentation of the life of the Hilton Sister very restful. There should be more like it. I understand Paris film Bottoms Up went direct to DVD sales.


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