Hollywood Boulevard

Category: Drama
With a full Hollywood background and settings but more an expose of scandal-and-gossip magazines of the era, has-been actor John Blakeford agrees to write his memoirs for magazine-publisher Jordan Winston. When Blakeford's daughter, Patricia, ask him to desist for the sake of his ex-wife, Carlotta Blakeford, he attempts to break his contract with Winston.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1936-08-20
Run time: 75 minute / 1:15
Director: Robert Florey
Writer: Marguerite Roberts
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America


John Halliday
as John Wellington Blakeford
Marsha Hunt
as Patricia Blakeford
Robert Cummings
as Jay Wallace
C. Henry Gordon
as Jordan Winslow
Esther Ralston
as Flora Moore
Esther Dale
as Martha
Frieda Inescort
as Alice Winslow
Albert Conti
as Bill Sanford - Trocadero Manager
Thomas E. Jackson
as Detective
Oscar Apfel
as Dr. Inslow
Purnell Pratt
as Mr. Steinman
Irving Bacon
as Gus - Trocadero Bartender
Rita La Roy
as Nella
Francis X. Bushman
as Frank - Director, Desert Scene
Maurice Costello
as Director in Commissary
Betty Compson
as Betty
Mae Marsh
as Carlotta Blakeford
Charles Ray
as Charlie Smith - Assistant Director
Herbert Rawlinson
as Manager of Grauman's
Jane Novak
as Mrs. Steinman
Bryant Washburn
as Robert Martin
Jack Mulhall
as Jack Mulhall - Actor at Trocadero Bar
Creighton Hale
as Creighton Hale - Actor at Trocadero Bar
Roy D'Arcy
as The Sheik
Jack Mower
as Frank Stucky - Director
Frank Mayo
as Frank Mayo - Actor at Trocadero Bar
Harry Myers
as Harry Myers- Actor at Trocadero Bar
Mabel Forrest
as Mother at Chinese Theatre
Tom Kennedy
as Bouncer at Pago Pago
Pat O'Malley
as Pat O'Malley - Pago Pago Patron
Lois Kent
as Little Girl at Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Eleanore Whitney
as Eleanor Whitney at Grauman's Chinese Theatre
William Bailey
as Trocadero Patron (uncredited)
Bobby Barber
as Man with Gong (uncredited)
Edmund Burns
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Edward Cecil
as Butler (uncredited)
Ethel Clayton
as Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
Ruth Clifford
as Nurse (uncredited)
Gary Cooper
as Gary Cooper - Actor at Trocadero Bar (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing
as Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
William Desmond
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Ellen Drew
as Terry Ray - Casting Office Secretary (uncredited)
Lowell Drew
as Doorman at Trocadero (uncredited)
Jean Dudley
as Girl in Pullman Car (uncredited)
Eddie Dunn
as Grip (uncredited)
Ann Evers
as Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
Hyman Fink
as Snapshot Hymie (uncredited)
Jerry Fletcher
as Vendor (uncredited)
James Ford
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Gregory Gaye
as Russian Writer (uncredited)
Margareth Harrison
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Robert Homans
as Gray (uncredited)
Margaret Mann
as Old Woman in Casting Office (uncredited)
Kathryn McHugh
as Secretary (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse
as Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Frances Morris
as Moran's Secretary (uncredited)
Charles Morton
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Marshall Neilan
as Cinegrill Customer (uncredited)
Phil Ohman
as Phil Ohman - Pianist at Trocadero (uncredited)
Franklin Parker
as Brown Derby Workman (uncredited)
Richard Powell
as Pete Moran (uncredited)
Hal Price
as Police Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Matty Roubert
as Newsboy (uncredited)
Charles Ruggles
as Charles Ruggles - Actor - Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Mack Sennett
as Cinegrill Customer (uncredited)
S.S. Simon
as Man in Casting Office (uncredited)
Gertrude Simpson
as Gossipy Woman (uncredited)
Louise Stanley
as Script Girl (uncredited)
John Sylvester White
as Pago Pago Patron (uncredited)
Phil Tead
as Radio Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
Emanuel A. Turner
as Make-Up Man (uncredited)
Monte Vandergrift
as Electrician (uncredited)
Billy Wayne
as Brown Derby Workman (uncredited)
Charles Williams
as Reporter (uncredited)
Freeman Wood
as Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
Otto Yamaoka
as Thomas (uncredited)
Hans Dreier Art Direction

Karl Struss Director of Photography

William Shea Editor

Robert Florey Director

Gregory Stone Original Music Composer

Marguerite Roberts Screenplay
Max Marcin Story

A. Earl Hedrick Art Direction

A.M. Botsford Producer

Faith Thomas Story

George T. Clemens Director of Photography

Joe Lefert Assistant Director

Harvey Johnston Editor

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