Stardust

(1938)
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Overview

Carla de Hulvea is a rumba dancer who makes news by posing as a South-American heiress. She is doing fine with her hoax until she meets American Peter Jackson, a high-pressure promoter who is looking for movie-producing money. He does some big-time bluffing on his own in order to get Carla to invest in a film he is making with his partner, Roy Harley. Through Carla, Roy meets actress Diana West, who is given a role in the movie, and Roy falls in love with her.

  1. Melville W. Brown

    Director

  2. John Meehan

    Screenplay

  3. John E. Harding

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ben Lyon

    Ben Lyon

    Roy Harley

  2. Lupe Vélez

    Lupe Vélez

    Carla de Huelva

  3. Wallace Ford

    Wallace Ford

    Peter Jackson

  4. Jean Colin

    Jean Colin

    Diana West

  5. Harry Langdon

    Harry Langdon

    Otto Schultz

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Stardust

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 25, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 14m

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