Filled with silent-screen names in its smaller roles, HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD is a cameo-filled drama, and something of a predecessor to 1950's SUNSET BOULEVARD in that it shows the dark side of Tinsel Town. A rather predictable drama interesting mainly for its "whatever happened to?" casting,
HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD tells the lurid story of Halliday, a washed-up and broken-down actor who has seen his day in Hollywood and now must swallow his pride and accept just about any role to keep his aged body and indomitable soul together. Gordon is a sleazy magazine publisher who offers Halliday
$25,000 if the actor will tell all and name names in his memoirs. Desperate, Halliday ...