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A young girl arrives in Hollywood determined to become a star in the movies, but finds that attaining stardom is a lot more difficult then she counted on. Howewver, she does become a star of sorts--as the owner of a dog who DOES become a movie star.Written by
This is a real oddity...a film from tiny PRC Studio that I really liked! While most of PRC's pictures were rather awful, this one was terrific all due to Daisy. Who is Daisy? It's an adorable and well-trained dog that gained most of its fame in the Blondie and Dagwood films...and it really rescued this film.
The film is about Larry Winters...a big-time Hollywood writer who becomes infatuated with a lady. They meet each other and at the same time they meet a homeless dog (Daisy). Larry takes the dog with him and searches for the girl. But she thinks he's just some poor schmuck and so he pretends to be so that he can win her heart. In the meantime, the dog goes off to Hollywood and becomes a sensation!
The reason I liked the film is that without Daisy the film was pleasant. But with this great trained dog, it was absolutely charming. Well worth seeing.
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