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|Directed by||Lew Landers|
|Produced by||Cliff Reid|
|Screenplay by||Paul Yawitz|
|Based on||Lights Out (play)|
by Paul Dickey
|Music by||Alberto Colombo|
|Edited by||Harry Marker|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
Crashing Hollywood is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Lew Landers and written by Paul Yawitz and Gladys Atwater. The film stars Lee Tracy, Joan Woodbury, Paul Guilfoyle, Lee Patrick and Bradley Page. The film was released on January 7, 1938, by RKO Pictures.
A screen writer meets a man recently out of jail and his wife on a train, they decide to collaborate and write a film, but trouble appears when a gangster is outraged by his depiction on the film.
- Lee Tracy as Michael Winslow
- Joan Woodbury as Barbara Lang
- Paul Guilfoyle as Herman Tibbets
- Lee Patrick as Goldie Tibbets
- Bradley Page as Thomas 'Tom' Darcy / 'The Hawk'
- Richard Lane as Hugo Wells
- Tom Kennedy as Al
- George Irving as Alexander Peyton
- Frank M. Thomas as Detective Decker
- Jack Carson as Dickson
- Alec Craig as Movie Studio Receptionist
- Jimmy Conlin as Crisby
- Willie Best as Train Porter (uncredited)
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