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Hollywood Hotel (1937)



Hollywood Hotel

(1937)

109 minutes

Comedy / Musical / Romance
 
Directed by Busby Berkeley

Cast:

Dick Powell as Ronnie Bowers 
Rosemary Lane as Virginia 
Lola Lane as Mona Marshall 
Hugh Herbert as Chester Marshall 
Ted Healy as Fuzzy Boyle 
Glenda Farrell as Miss Jones aka Jonesy 
Johnnie Davis as Georgia 
Louella Parsons as Herself 
Alan Mowbray as Alexander 'Alex' Duprey 
Mabel Todd as Dot Marshall 
Frances Langford as Alice Crayne 
Jerry Cooper as Himself 
Ken Niles as Himself 
Duane Thompson as Duane Thompson 
Allyn Joslyn as Bernie Walton 
Ronald Reagan as Announcer
Benny Goodman as Himself
Harry James as Himself

Ronny Bowers is a saxophonist in Benny Goodman’s band and has just won a talent contest. The prize is a ten week contract with a film studio. The first night of his contract, he is sent to go with the big star of the studio, Mona Marshall, to a premiere, but she does not want to go. They hire Virginia to be her double. Mona is not happy with the news and orders the boss to fire Virginia and Ronny.  Ronny is discovered again by a director of the same studio who feels his voice would be perfect for the lead actor in his musical. Ronny lends his voice, but after Louella Parsons hears the actor singing, she invites him to sing in her program "Hollywood Hotel". Little does the actor know that Ronny does not want to lend his voice again. 
 
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