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Breakfast in Hollywood (26-Feb-1946)

Director: Harold Schuster

Writer: Earl Baldwin

Keywords: Comedy

Popular radio program in film format.

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Review by Frank Dale (posted on 24-Jun-2007)

This movie is interesting because of the use of so many film stars and performers of the era. Plot wise, it uses the one in which the different characters lives are interwinded as they attend the Breakfast in Hollywood Radio Show. One that has been used many times in movies, but works for the most part, except you know that it really wouldn't happen in real life, but that a side, it is enjoyable to see all the famous stars and performer again together in one film. They were all great actors of their day and while it's a throw away picture, they give it their best. Proving that they were proffesional in what ever film they were in, top drawer or not. Today too many star will just walk through their roles. It's well worth watching just to see them (the performers) in their hay day. Don't worry about the weak plot line, just enjoy the film for what it's worth in historial value and entertainment.

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