Breakfast In Hollywood

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Released 1946

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Director:
Harold D. Schuster
Released:
1946
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Breakfast in Hollywood is a 1946 comedy written by Earl Baldwin and directed by Harold D. Schuster. During the middle part of the 1940s Breakfast in Hollywood was one of the most popular radio variety shows on the air. Starting in 1945 the show began being preformed in-front of large audiences and became a national phenomenon. The show featured comedy routines, skits, running gags and often presented the biggest names in music. This film version of Breakfast in Hollywood contains all the aspects that made the radio show a hit, but also weaves in the story about several women (Beulah Bondi, ZaSu Pitts, Hedda Hopper, Billie Burke) who are intent on attending a broadcast of the radio show. The film follows the women as each struggles with various humorous impediments to their attendance. During the performance a variety of plots intersect and combine leading to a series of outrageous climax. The film features musical performances by Spike Jones, Andy Russel and Nat King Cole.moreless
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    Arts, Comedy, Music

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    Musicals