The Unfamous of Hollywood (1934) 🇺🇸
Close-ups on the Unfamous of Hollywood (1934) | One hasn’t anything to do with films and yet he has made a dozen stars. Another has filmed more desperate air smash-ups than anyone else.
Interesting yarns about folks you seldom see and seldom hear of.
The people you never hear about. They contribute the studio sounds, write the song hits and take the lovely pictures of the stars you admire.
Two of them flew over Mt. McKinley with a frozen camera. Another escaped a Russian pogrom to become one of your favorite Hollywood actors.
- Gilmor Brown — Star-Maker of Hollywood
- Natalie Bucknell — Ace Researcher
- Bebe Daniels and Pauline Gallagher — Actresses and Shop Owners
- Howard Dietz — Advertising and Publicity
- Elmer Dyer — Aerial Cinematographer
- George Hurrell — Portrait Photographer
- Billy Hill — Composer of Hits
- Sally Rand — Fan Dancer
- Murray Spivack — Sound Engineer
- George E. Stone — Upcoming Actor
Source: New Movie Magazine, February 1934