Marlene Dietrich lived in the Art Deco house in the early '30s. In the driveway would have been her cars of the time, a 1931 Rolls Royce or a 1932 Cadillac (chauffeur-driven; Dietrich claimed to drive but actually did not). See more »
The second time Berlyn walks into the amphitheater, there's a smudge on the
camera lens (visible on the far left of the screen). After a few seconds, the
smudge is covered by the shadows from the trees. See more »
Rasputin couldn't write until he was an adult, but by the latter part of his life he was giving advice to the Tsarina on strategy for World War I.
Who did he think he was, George Cukor?
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A close-up of a Hollywood Blvd. street sign is used for the word "Hollywood" in the title at the beginning of the film. See more »