|Pick a Star|
|Directed by||Edward Sedgwick|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Written by||Richard Flournoy|
Arthur V. Jones
Thomas J. Dugan
|Music by||Marvin Hatley|
|Cinematography||Norbert Brodine |
Pick a Star is a 1937 American musical comedy film starring Rosina Lawrence, Jack Haley, Patsy Kelly and Mischa Auer, directed by Edward Sedgwick, produced by Hal Roach, and cinematography by Norbert Brodine. The film, released through Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, is mostly remembered today for two short scenes featuring Laurel and Hardy.
The film was reissued as Movie Struck by Astor Pictures in 1954.
A girl comes to Hollywood and becomes a big star thanks to a publicity agent.
- Patsy Kelly as Nellie Moore
- Jack Haley as Joe Jenkins
- Rosina Lawrence as Cecilia Moore
- Mischa Auer as Rinaldo Lopez
- Lyda Roberti as Dagmar
- Charles Halton as Mr. Klawheimer
- Tom Dugan as Dimitri Hogan
- Russell Hicks as Mr. Stone
- Cully Richards as Night club M.C.
- Spencer Charters as Judge
- Sam Adams as Sheriff
- Robert Gleckler as Head waiter
- Joyce Compton and Johnny Arthur as Newlyweds
- James Finlayson as Director
- Walter Long as Bandit
- Wesley Barry as Assistant director
- Johnny Hyams as Mr. McGregor
- Leila McIntyre as Mrs. McGregor
- Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as Movie stars
- Felix Knight as Nightclub Singer (uncredited)
- "Casts of Current Pictures". Picture Play. Street & Smith Publications, Inc. XLVI (6): 60. August 1937. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
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