Scott Marks 12:30 p.m., July 26
What Price Hollywood?
A kind of dry run for A Star Is Born, drier in every respect, except in the amount of alcohol consumed by the leading man, here a film director rather than actor. Lowell Sherman, who in reality was both, concentrated afterwards exclusively on directing. There may be an irony there. With Constance Bennett and Gregory Ratoff; directed by George Cukor. 1932.