Hollywood Mystery
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Hollywood Mystery
Action expert "Breezy" Eason called the shots on this quickie comedy-melodrama. Frank Albertson stars as the publicity man for a Poverty Row studio. Thrown off the lot because of his drunken insolence, the PR man plans a comeback by convincing a foreign director (John Davidson) to film the life story of a notorious gangster. A stickler for realism, the director insists that a genuine gangster be engaged to play the leading role. The publicity man engages the services of a tough-looking bit player (Jose Crespo), only to discover that he's actually hired the crook whose life is… More

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"This poverty-row thriller is so dumb you swear Ed Wood Jr. created it."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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