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Hollywood Party

theatrical poster
Directed by Roy Rowland
Written by Howard Dietz
Arthur Kober
Starring Jimmy Durante
Laurel and Hardy
Jack Pearl
Polly Moran
Charles Butterworth
Eddie Quillan
June Clyde
Mickey Mouse
Lupe Velez
George Givot
Richard Carle
Robert Young
Arthur Treacher
Joe E. Brown
Frances Williams
Ben Bard
Tom Kennedy
Ted Healy and His Stooges
Music by Irving Berlin
Harry Warren
Editing by George Boemler
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date(s) June 1, 1934 (U.S.)
Running time 68' 21"
Country United States
Language English

Hollywood Party is a musical film starring Jimmy Durante. It was directed by Roy Rowland and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film was not a financial or critical success and is mostly remembered today because it features 31 stars such as Laurel and Hardy, The Three Stooges and Mickey Mouse, who introduces a Technicolor sequence, "The Hot Choc-late Soldiers", created by Walt Disney.

Laurel and Hardy cameo

Laurel and Hardy appear at the door while the party is happening. They sold the lions to Baron Munchausen (Jack Pearl) and he paid with a cheque for 50,000 tiddlywinks and they want the lions back. The doorman refuses them entry so they lock him out and go looking for the Baron. Stan and Ollie can't find the Baron and end up at a bar. At the bar Lupe Velez has been refused another drink and she screams her displeasure. They have a classic tit-for-tat argument with eggs. The doorman spots Stan and Ollie and gives chase. They end up outside and release the lions.

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