Hollywood, My Home Town (1965) Rated NR

Ken Murray hosts a behind-the-scenes of his home videos starring candid footage of Hollywood’s stars. Starring Ken Murray, Ben Alexander, Richard Arlen, Mary Astor, John Barrymore.

Ken Murray was a vaudeville performer in the 1920s and later moved to Los Angeles to star in radio, television and film. Over the years, he made home movies involving the people around him. Here, we get to see clips of different celebrities in candid moments after the other cameras stopped rolling and Murray started filming. It’s fun to see these famous faces from the past having fun and not thinking about what they are doing. Murray does a wonderful job setting up the clips by explaining where and what is happening. This film is worth a watch.

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