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Peeks at Hollywood (1946)

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Two young beautiful starlets use the Griffith Observatory telescope to find stars in Hollywood.

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Two beautiful young starlets who have been working at the studio are frustrated in their attempts to actually meet a movie star. From the telescope atop Griffith observatory they are able to spot Grauman's Chinese Theater, aspiring artist Ken Murray, Arthur Lake as Dagwood, Virginia Weidler and Jane Withers playing golf, Harold Peary bumming a cigar, Earl Carroll and his showgirls, and Earl Flynn going to work at Warner Brothers. Written by )duke1029@aol.com)

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26 January 1946 (USA)  »

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Vitaphone Varieties (1945-1946 season) #5: Peeks at Hollywood  »

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Vitaphone Production Reel #1418A. See more »

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Narrator Knox Manning pronounced actress Virginia Weidler's last name as WEED-ler. The veteran of over 40 films pronounced her name WIDE-ler. See more »

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narrator: Well, get a focus on Hollywood, girls, for there are more stars there in view of your telescope than are in the heavens above... well, anyway, more whom you could call by name, and, besides, you'll never get a stiff neck by looking down.
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