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Show Girl in Hollywood

Show Girl In Hollywood (1930) is an All-Talking musical comedy/drama film with Technicolor sequences. It was adapted from the novel Hollywood Girl by J. P. McEvoy.


Al Jolson (and his wife Ruby Keeler), Noah Beery (with his son), Walter Pidgeon, and Loretta Young make a cameo appearance in this film in the final reel, which was photographed in Technicolor. All four of these actors were big stars for Warner Bros. in 1930 but only two of them (Jolson and Young) managed to keep their popularity beyond the early talkie period.


  • "I've Got My Eye on You"
  • "Hang Onto a Rainbow"
  • "There's a Tear for Every Smile in Hollywood"
  • "Merrily We Roll Along"


The film only survives in black and white. The last reel was originally in Technicolor but no color prints seem to have survived.

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