Hollywood and Vine

Hollywood and Vine is a 1945 American film directed by Alexis Thurn-Taxis, featuring the dog who played Daisy in Columbia's Blondie film series.


Martha Manning is on her way to imagined fame and fortune in Hollywood, stopping off at Pop Barkley's hamburger stand thirty miles from the city of her dreams. A stray dog enters as does Larry Winters who thinks the dog belongs to Martha. Feeding the dog his hamburger Larry notices the dog dancing to The Emperor's Waltz on Pop's jukebox and thinks the dog belongs to Martha. Martha feels Larry is a wolf and leaves the cafe with Larry vowing to track her down in Hollywood to return her dog who he has named "Emperor".