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Saturday Cinema: Hollywood Cavalcade


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Alice Faye , Don Ameche
Mike Connors persuades showgirl Molly Adair to quit Broadway and try for a career in films. Although her screen test is a success, Molly is infuriated to discover that far from being a Hollywood agent, Mike is only a ' prop ' boy with big ideas!


Unknown: Alice Faye
Unknown: Don Ameche
Unknown: Mike Connors
Unknown: Molly Adair
Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
Director: Irving Cummings
Molly Adair: Alice Faye
Michael Connors: Don Ameche
Dave Springold: J. Edward Bromberg
Nicky Hayden: Alan Curtis
Pete Tinney: Stuart Erwin
Chief of Police: Jed Prouty
Buster Keaton: Himself
Lyle P Stout: Donald Meek
Englishman: George Givot
Keystone Cops: Eddie Collins
Keystone Cops: Hank Mann
, Keystone Cops: Heinie Conklin
Keystone Cops: James Finlayson
Assistant director: CmcK Chandler
Henry Potter: Robert Lowery
Bartender: Ben Turpin
Sheriff: Chester Conklin

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Saturday Cinema: Hollywood Cavalcade

BBC Two England, 23 February 1974 15.00

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