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The husband and wife acting team of Mae Feather and Julian Gordon is torn apart when he discovers she is having an affair with the screen comedian Andy Wilks. Mae hatches a plot to kill her... See more »

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Annette Benson ...
Mae Feather
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Julian Gordon
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Andy Wilkes
Wally Patch ...
Property Man
David Brooks ...
Turner
Ella Daincourt ...
Asphodel Smythe - Journalist
Chili Bouchier ...
Winnie - Bathing Beauty (as Chili Boucher)
Tubby Phillips ...
Fatty
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Reporter
Judd Green ...
Lighting Man
Jack Rawl ...
Hero

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Anthony Asquith
A.V. Bramble

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Anthony Asquith ... (writer)
 
J.O.C. Orton ... (writer) (as John Orton)

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H. Bruce Woolfe ... producer

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Henry Harris
Stanley Rodwell

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Ian Campbell-Gray ... settings
W. Murton ... settings
C.P. Norman ... scenic artist (uncredited)

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Karl Fischer ... lighting

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John Altman ... conductor

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Plot Summary

The husband and wife acting team of Mae Feather and Julian Gordon is torn apart when he discovers she is having an affair with the screen comedian Andy Wilks. Mae hatches a plot to kill her husband by putting a real bullet in the prop gun which will be fired at him during the making of their new film, 'Prairie Love'. Written by daniel.king11@btopenworld.com

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Also Known As
  • Shooting Stars Restored Version (United Kingdom)
  • Un drame au studio (France)
  • Hulló csillagok (Hungary)
  • Nos Bastidores do Cinema (Portugal)
  • Estrellas fugaces (Argentina)
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  • 80 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Annette Benson (Mae Feather) would make another half-dozen silent films before flopping in two 1931 talkies and disappearing from the screen. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood (1995). See more »

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