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Hollywood Or Bust (1956) was a Comedy Film directed by Frank Tashlin and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Paul Nathan.

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By Kay Noske on Jun 13, 2012 From Movie Star Makeover

Taking stock(ing) My favorite scene in 1954?s Silk Stockings is a one-woman paean to underwear. In it, Cyd Charisse?s character Nina, after years of being subjected to communist drivel about unisex comradeship, discovers the joys of Parisian lingerie. Her achingly poignant ballet depicts repressed... Read full article

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Malcolm Smith: Boy, I'm lucky. Do you know when I first found out I was lucky?
Steve Wiley: When?
Malcolm Smith: When I entered the "Send in a Poochy Puff Dog Food jingle for the Poochy Puff Dog Food" jingle contest. You wanna hear how it goes?
Steve Wiley: No, but I will.

Old Lady: [getting into the car] You're a dear sweet young man.
[seeing the dog]
Old Lady: Oh my, does he bite?
Steve Wiley: [laconically] Only me lady.

[his jingle, to the tone of "Rock-a-bye Baby"]
Malcolm Smith: I eat Poochy Puff Dog Food outta the can / It makes me eat my food just like a man / My coat is so glossy, shiny and bright / My master can find me in the middle of the night!

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Among the casino marquees that the boys pass advertising show headliners include Joe E. Lewis, Elvis Presley, and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
When they arrive in Hollywood, Anita Ekberg is starring in a movie where she plays Napoleon's lover. That same year, Ekberg was featured in War and Peace, another Paramount release, which included Napoleon as a character.
The original screenplay by Erna Lazarus concerned the adventures of a down-on-her-luck ex-chorus girl and a con man as they made their way to California. It was conceived as a vehicle for Shirley Booth and Humphrey Bogart. By the time Frank Tashlin got through re-tooling it for Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, it bore little resemblance to the original script. Nevertheless, Lazarus retained the sole writing credit.
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