Going Hollywood is a 1933 American pre-Code musical film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Marion Davies and Bing Crosby. It was written by Donald Ogden Stewart and based on a story by Frances Marion. Going Hollywood was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on December 22, 1933.
The film tells how an infatuated school-teacher, Sylvia Bruce, follows Bill Williams, a popular crooner, to Hollywood where he is to make a picture. On board the train she obtains a job as maid to Bill's French fiancée and leading lady, Lili Yvonne, and meets the film's director, Conroy, and promoter, Baker. On arrival in Hollywood she is befriended by Jill and shares her rooms.
|author||Bing Crosby Donald Ogden Stewart Frances Marion Marion Davies|
|keywords||beautiful girl begin black eye drink early film engage leading lady lose production number sing telephone call|
|productionCompany||Cosmopolitan Productions Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer|
|theme||filmmaking musical musical comedy romantic comedy romantic musical|