Star-dust in Hollywood (1930)

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Hollywood — The TDirector In fact, I must live him all the time. Now, naturally, you can understand that the character I am making at the present moment can't have anything on the next one I'll have to do. . . ." " Such single-minded devotion to your part!" ejaculated the lady in admiration. " Now, sir, I suppose that's what THE LADY AND THE STAR gives you the intensity that has earned you such a number of admirers. . . ." She hurriedly scribbled down her own phrases in her notebook. But we, lunching only the day before with the star and his director, had heard the former say: " Now, look here, Joe, what's my next part going to be?" "Well, George," replied Von Sternberg, " you know I'm [ io 3]