What Price Hollywood?
When pretty waitress and Hollywood hopeful Mary Evans (Constance Bennett) serves drinks to famous director Max Carey (Lowell Sherman), a Tinseltown cliche becomes reality, and he offers her a bit part in his new film. Almost blowing her chance due to nerves and inexperience, Mary finally clicks as an actress and becomes an overnight star. But after she marries a polo player (Neil Hamilton) who has no interest in the movie business, Max feels betrayed and descends into an alcoholic depression.
|Constance Bennett||Mary Evans|
|Lowell Sherman||Maximillan 'Max' Carey|
|Neil Hamilton||Lonny Borden|
|Gregory Ratoff||Julius Saxe|
|Brooks Benedict||Muto, Diner Who Will Put Mary in Pictures|
|Louise Beavers||Bonita, Mary's Maid|
|Eddie "Rochester" Anderson||James, Max's Butler (uncredited)|
|Bryant Washburn||Washed-Up Star Telephoning in Brown Derby (uncredited)|
|Florence Roberts||Brown Derby Diner (uncredited)|
|Gordon De Main||The 'Yes' Man (uncredited)|
|Heinie Conklin||Car Owner (uncredited)|
|Eddie Dunn||Doorman at Grauman's Theater (uncredited)|
|Phil Tead||Jimmy, the Assistant Director (uncredited)|
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