Paradise Alley: As studio financing dwindled away for Hugo Haas, his last film as a writer-director-producer has certain autobiographical elements, a cast featuring several film veterans from the silent era, and a storyline containing a metaphoric commentary on Hollywood. When former European film director Agnus (Haas) witnesses bickering in a boarding house, he sets out to prove the innate goodness of people. Casting neighbors and the boarding house tenants in his new film, titled "The Chosen and the Condemned," he succeeds in creating peace, unity and harmony in the neighborhood. However, it's all a deception, since Agnus has no film in his camera. When a studio head learns of the project, he bankrolls a budget that enables Agnus to actually complete the film.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||August 07, 1961|
|Actors:||Alan Foster Almira Sessions Anthony Jochim Billy Gilbert Chester Conklin Clegg Hoyt Corinne Griffith Cyril Delevanti Duke Mitchell Edward McNally Howard Dayton Hugo Haas Irwin Berke Jan Englund Jesslyn Fax Jim Canino Lyn Osborn Margaret Hamilton Marie Windsor Pat Goldin Tim Johnson Tom Duggan Tom Fadden William Forrest William Schallert|
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