About the film
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What Price Hollywood?
Release Date: June 24, 1932
|Slogan||:||«First intimate expose of the private life and glamorous loves of a Hollywood star»|
|Production Companies||:||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Producers||:||David O. Selznick, Pandro S. Berman|
|Writers||:||Rowland Brown, Jane Murfin, Ben Markson, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Gene Fowler|
Sassy and ambitious waitress Mary Evans amuses and befriends amiable seldom-sober Hollywood film director Max Carey when he stumbles into her restaurant. Max invites Mary to his film premiere and, after a night of drinking and carousing, Mary is granted a screen test. A studio contract follows. Just as Mary finds her dreams coming true, Carey’s life and career begins its descent.