Hollywood Story
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Hollywood Story
Economically utilizing the Universal Studio itself as a "set," Hollywood Story is a murder mystery centered in the film capital. The story concerns a long-unsolved homicide case involving several silent-film stars (an echo of the William Desmond Taylor scandal of 1922). Producer Richard Conte decides to make a movie based on the case, and to this end rounds up its surviving participants, including a once-great star/director (Henry Hull) reduced to bit parts. The denouement holds no surprises for mystery fans, but is effectively staged by director William Castle. Hollywood Story is… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A fairly absorbing crime thriller whose plot involves a look at Hollywood's silent stars."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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