365 Nights in Hollywood

365 Nights in Hollywood is a 1934 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by George Marshall and starring Alice Faye, James Dunn and Frank Mitchell. It was based on a collection of short stories of the same title by columnist Jimmy Starr, published in 1926. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film.


A failed film director has to accept a job teaching at an acting academy. He soon discovers that one of his pupils, Alice Perkins, is a gifted singer. He persuades a wealthy backer to put up the money to make a film starring her. However complications ensue from a love rival in Alice's new leading man, and a plan by embezzlers to steal the film's budget.