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Stopover in Hollywood (1963)

Approved | | Documentary , Short | 1963 (USA)
A young lady drives her red Chevy convertible into Southern California where she has a stopover to enjoy many of the famous landmarks and attractions in Hollywood, Los Angeles, and the surrounding area.


Will Williams


Larry Graburn (narration), Will Williams (creator)


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Cast overview:
Lori Lyons Lori Lyons
Tony Winhall Tony Winhall
Walter Kray Walter Kray ... Narrator (voice)


Many people aspire to travel to Hollywood, California, to work or play. On the play side, many places of interest to visit include the many movie studios and other movie related sites such as Graumann's Chinese Theater, Marineland and the beach. One may even be able to find love in Hollywood. But Hollywood is a working town, where many actors and movie related crew live and work. Some of the most famous eventually are laid to rest in Hollywood. Written by Huggo

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1963 (USA) See more »

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The blonde's 1962 Chevrolet Impala Convertible wears 1962 California Dealer plates. See more »


When the blonde protagonist pulls up to park on the street near the beginning of the film the curb in front of her car is painted red, indicating no parking there. However, after she puts money in the meter and starts walking away in the next shot, there is an empty parking space and another meter in front of her car. See more »


References The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (1954) See more »

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Decent Short
25 July 2010 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Stopover in Hollywood (1963)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Decent, if somewhat strange, documentary short about a blonde who goes to Hollywood to see some famous sites. With the narration we visit Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the famous Walk of Fame, a funeral with many famous people buried and also the houses of a few still with us. There have been countless films that showed off various sites in Hollywood and we've seen these throughout the silent era and forward. This one here has a lot of great images but at the same time you feel as if you're a stalker. Filmmaker Will Williams takes his camera and shows us several celebrity homes including that of James Stewart. There's certainly nothing overly wrong with this as the world was a different time back in the day but at the same time you feel a little uneasy about this. Williams also appears to be a big fan of Gary Cooper as we see his mark on the Walk of Fame, his burial ground and his former home. Also on hand is the site where Cecil B. DeMille's 1914 film THE SQUAW MAN was filmed with a statue calling it the first American feature.

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