Movie Crazy (1932) DVD
Movie Crazy (1932) Director: Clyde Bruckman Writers: Vincent Lawrence (screen play and dialogue), Agnes Christine Johnston (story) Stars: Harold Lloyd, Constance Cummings, Kenneth Thomson Movie Crazy was Harold Lloyd's best-received sound film. It is the semi-autobiographical tale of an idealistic aspiring movie star who exchanges the quiet life in his sleepy Kansas hometown for the glamour and excitement of Tinseltown where he mistakenly believes he has been selected for a screentest. Unfortunately, the test is a series of slapstick bungles. The studio heads busily review the strange audition and while waiting for their verdict, Lloyd falls in love with a pretty actress who unfortunately is totally in costume when they meet. He doesn't recognize her in her street clothes, but still cant help falling in love with her. The actress knows he doesn't recognize her and has some fun with that. Lloyd's success is further assured when the studio moguls sign him up as their newest comedian. Here is the link to the movie at the Internet Movie database: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0023241/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1?