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365 Nights In Hollywood (1934)
Starring James Dunn and Alice Faye

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
A midwestern girl heads for Hollywood in hopes of becoming a star. She is accompanied by two good buddies and this comedy chronicles their adventures in Tinseltown. It all begins when the new arrivals enroll in a bogus acting school run by two con artists. A wealthy entrepreneur shows up looking to invest his money. One of the greedy grifters persuades him into financing a film starring the new girl from Peoria, but he gives one condition to the businessman: if the film fails, the conman gets to keep the money. To insure failure, the fellow hires a washed up boozer of a director. The director takes the job seriously and wants to prove that he is not a has-been. This doesn't set well with the "producer" who has his partner take the starlet to a remote cabin and leave her stranded after he gets drunk and passes out. By this time, the director has fallen in love with the girl. Meanwhile, her buddies have found that they'd rather go home and resume their old jobs. The director begins looking for the girl so he can save her and his career. Her buddies hear of her predicament and they too rush to her rescue. It is they who return her safe and sound to the studio. The director makes his film and it is a smash hit. The girl becomes a star and the con-men go to jail.
Director: George Marshall
Writers: William M. Conselman, Henry Johnson, Jimmy Starr

Stars: James Dunn, Alice Faye, Frank Mitchell, Jack Durant, John Bradford, Grant Mitchell, Frank Melton, John Qualen
Songs include:

Give Him Love
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Sung by Alice Faye (imitating Jean Harlow)

(I'd Like to Say) Yes to You
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Sung by Alice Faye and John Bradford

My Future Star
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Sung by Alice Faye and James Dunn

Where The Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)
Music and lyrics by Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert
Additional lyrics by Bing Crosby
Sung by Jack Durant imitating Bing Crosby

The film was made before Faye had proven herself to be more than just another Jean Harlow knock-off. After Harlow's death, she was allowed to be more than just a pretty face, and was able to show her own personality.
This a quite an enjoyable early Faye effort. At 19, she's quite the trouper and gives a convincing, compelling performance. The big production number of "Yes, To You" is a real show-stopper and I think this is one of Faye's best songs. She gives a playful, comic touch to her impersonations of a Dutch girl, French Chanteuse, and exotic Asian doll. The plot is pure make-believe and everyone seems to be having fun with it.
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