A rancid screen biography of the 1930s Hollywood sex goddess which tried to capitalize on renewed interest in the star created by a sensationalized, best-selling biography. Lynley is horribly miscast as the starlet discovered by up-and-coming actor Bochner, who spotted her as an extra in a
Laurel and Hardy comedy (presumably DOUBLE WHOOPEE, 1928). Bochner arranges for Lynley to have a screen test for director Williams (apparently Howard Hughes), who is thrilled by what he sees and stars her in his next film (in reality, HELL'S ANGELS, 1930). This, of course, catapults her to
stardom. Taking full advantage of Lynley's new fame are her mother, Rogers, and her stepfat...