FILMING OF "A FOREIGN AFFAIR" Actor Paul Leeds takes a young woman into Paramount's Stage 5 to get a glimpse of the filming of "A Foreign Affair." Wonderful, staged tracking shot on the set contains images of the actors (both performing for the camera and watching off-camera) and camera crew on the set. Performing for the camera are actors Jean Arthur, John Lund and Marlene Dietrich (seen behind Arthur and Lund in a reflection).
1940'S HOLLYWOOD MOVIE PREMIER - 2 Radio Columnist George Fisher interviews stars attending the premier of the 1948 film, "The Emperor Waltz” at the Paramount Theater in Hollywood. Celebrities stepping up to the microphone include Cecil B. DeMille, Wandra Hendrix, Betty Hutton, Bob Hope, Lizabeth Scott and Bing Crosby.
BOB HOPE CLOWNS AROUND Bob Hope at a Hollywood movie studio with several sexy and glamorous actresses. Hope approaches the camera and loosens his collar, playing on how "hot" the actress is making him.
HOLLYWOOD MOVIE SET In one stunning tracking shot, the camera moves across a classic, 1940's movie set, showing the actors and crew posed as if ready to begin a take. Images in this one shot include actor Paul Lees with an unknown glamorous actress (both smoking cigarettes), the boom operator, a "script girl" and the movie camera.
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