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Hollywood. 1937. The Golden Age of Cinema. Six women, who come to Hollywood with the dream of becoming famous, find themselves working as stand-ins to the glamorous stars of the era. They... See more »

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Katherine Morris ...
Lillian 'Peg' Entwhistle
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Jack Turner
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Monica-Bette Davis' Stand-in
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Shirley-Greta Garbo's Stand-in
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Martha Anne-Jean Harlow's Stand-in
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Peggy (Mae West's Stand-in)
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Fritz, the Cop
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Rhonda-Marlene Dietrich's Stand-in
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Taffy-Rita Hayworth's Stand-in
Rod Dyer ...
Irwin Reisner
Bob Elyea ...
Miss Harlow's Cameraman

Directed by

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Harvey Keith

Written by

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Harvey Keith ... (screenplay)
 
Ed Kelleher ... ()

Produced by

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Stephen K. Alsberg ... associate producer
David Glasser ... co-producer
Mark Headley ... co-producer / line producer
Michael Hirshenson ... associate producer
Jon Rothschild ... executive producer / producer
Roy Silver ... executive producer / producer

Music by

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Bill Elliott

Cinematography by

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Andrzej Sekula

Film Editing by

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Richard Trevor

Editorial Department

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Mary Nelson-Duerrstein ... negative cutter
Hazel Trevor ... assistant editor
Jim J. Williams ... color timer (as Jim Williams)

Casting By

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Janet Hirshenson
Jane Jenkins
Amy McIntyre Britt

Production Design by

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Michael Seymour

Costume Design by

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Diah Wymont

Makeup Department

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Helen Evans ... assistant hair stylist
Julie Lee ... key hair stylist
Lorena Lopez ... assistant makeup artist
Josephine Maniscalco ... assistant makeup artist
Megan Murray Moore ... key makeup artist
Joe Torrenueva ... hair stylist: Mr. Mandylor

Production Management

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Mark Headley ... post-production supervisor
C.J. Maguire ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Hank Grover ... second assistant director
François Moullin ... first assistant director (as Francois X. Moullin)

Art Department

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Frank Addotta ... construction coordinator
Willie Atwell ... property master
Adina Goldman ... property assistant
Billy Mitchell ... set dresser
Assane N'Doye ... on-set dresser
Hugh Nicol ... carpenter

Sound Department

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Hans Engel ... sound effects editor
George Flores ... boom operator
Vince Garcia ... sound mixer
Craig Jurkiewicz ... assistant sound engineer
Kurt Kassulke ... re-recording mixer
Michael Kreple ... adr recordist
Darrin E. Lile ... dialogue editor (as Darrin Lile)
Herbert L. McGurk ... post audio supervisor
Brien Monahan ... foley recordist
Diane Parrino ... foley walker
Benjamin Patrick ... additional sound mixer (as Ben Patrick)
Neil Porter ... mag recordist
Paul Ratajczak ... re-recording mixer / sound supervisor
Kerri Wilson ... adr editor

Visual Effects by

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Dan Winthrop ... opticals

Camera and Electrical Department

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Nadia Doueiri ... second assistant camera
Ziad Doueiri ... first assistant camera
Brian Louks ... gaffer
Leslie McAlpine ... dolly grip
Robbie Meckler ... key grip (as Rob Mechler)
John Ridenour ... grip
Sandra N. Sabatine ... grip (as Sandra Sabatine)
Chris Thornton ... electrician
Chris Waisanen ... electrician
Collins Williams ... grip
Rafael Winer ... still photographer
Eric Yahraus ... best boy

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Fei-Wen Cheng ... wardrobe intern
Maggie Portner ... assistant to costume designer
Mimi Suh ... set costumer

Music Department

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Linda Goldner Perry ... music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Nicole Stavro ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Jonathan Adler ... production assistant (as Jon Adler)
Anthony Avila ... craft service
Charles Arthur Berg ... set production assistant (as Charles Berg)
Mike Breyer ... assistant to director
Simone De Camargo ... production accountant
Joseph Dolegowski ... set production assistant (as Joe Dolegowski)
Melissa Elliott ... title designer: end titles (as Melissa Limmer)
Phyllis Harrison ... production assistant
Kirsty Kalkhoven ... consultant: avid
Sam Khazaeni ... production assistant
Michael Melamed ... production coordinator (as Michael R. Melamed)
Janie Marie Oliver ... facility general manager
Julie Polkes ... unit publicist
Ed Santiago ... consultant: avid
Gila Silberman ... assistant to executive producer (as Gila 'Mickey' Silberman)
Ed Tsai ... production assistant
Dean Ward ... choreographer
Bruce Williams ... production assistant
Dan Winthrop ... title designer: main titles
Andrew Zucker ... legal
Dan Winthrop ... titles: designer/director (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Hollywood. 1937. The Golden Age of Cinema. Six women, who come to Hollywood with the dream of becoming famous, find themselves working as stand-ins to the glamorous stars of the era. They gather at their local watering hole for a birthday celebration where they share their hopes and dreams with the bartender Jack, the ringmaster of the "stand-in" circus. During the course of one evening, a new stand-in is introduced to the group, instigating a turn of events which will change their lives forever. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Sometimes The Brightest Stars Are The Ones You Never See See more »
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Also Known As
  • Stardust - Entscheidung in Hollywood (Germany)
  • Duplas (Portugal)
Runtime
  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Katherine Heigl's character was Katharine Hepburn's stand-in. Permission was not granted to use Hepburn's name, so references to Rita Hayworth were dubbed in post-production. See more »
Goofs Rita Hayworth was not a star in 1937. It's unlikely she had a stand-in at that time. See more »

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