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Movie Crazy(1932)

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Brief Synopsis

A stagestruck young actor accidentally receives somebody else''s invitation to test in Hollywood.

Cast & Crew

Clyde Bruckman Director
Harold Lloyd Harold Hall
Constance Cummings The girl, Mary Sears, also known as The Spanish Lady
Kenneth Thomson The gentleman, Vance
Louise Closser Hale The producer's wife, Mrs. Kitterman
Robert McWade The producer, Mr. Kitterman
Eddie Fetherstone An assistant director
Sydney Jarvis The director
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  World premiere: Portland, Maine: 17 Aug 1932; New York premiere: 14 Sep 1932
Release Date:  1932 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Paramount Publix Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Recording) Production Co:  Harold Lloyd Corp.
Duration(mins):  95-96 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • "MOVIE CRAZY" REVIEW

    Mary Susan 2018-03-10

    Harold L,s"movie crazy" sound/black & white comedy,is excellent, with slap stick and stunts you gotta see to believe--and they are... MORE>

  • the voltaire of comedy

    a.morris 2018-03-10

    what might be looked at as simple early talkie has a variety of subject matter within the script. proves the star had one up on woody allen who failed to... MORE>

  • Movie Crazy (1932)

    James Higgins 2010-04-20

    Harold Lloyd is ideally cast as a bumbling aspiring movie star. Probably his best talking picture, his physical form of comedy works quite well, but... MORE>