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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hoopla (1933) DVD-R

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Starring Clara Bow, Preston Foster, Richard Cromwell, Herbert Mundin, James Gleason

Directed by Frank Lloyd



Print: black/white

Runtime: 85 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Clara Bow, the saucy 'It' girl of the silent screen, made her film farewell in the ragged

musical drama Hoopla. Based on the stage play The Barker (previously filmed in 1927), the

story takes place during the Chicago World's Fair of 1933. Bow plays Lou, a

hootchy-kootchy dancer who is catapulted into stardom by fast-talking barker Nifty (Preston

S. Foster). Hoping to escape her tawdry existence, Lou makes a play for handsome young

naif Chris (Richard Cromwell), but by film's end she has bowed to the inevitable and returns

to the sort of work she knows best. Despite excellent production values and a big-time

promotional campaign, Hoopla was a bomb, convincing the ever-insecure Clara Bow to

retire to private life as the wife of cowboy star and future Nevada politician Rex Bell.

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Starring Clara Bow, Preston Foster, Richard Cromwell, Herbert Mundin, James Gleason
Directed by Frank Lloyd

Print: black/white
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Clara Bow, the saucy 'It' girl of the silent screen, made her film farewell in the ragged
musical drama Hoopla. Based on the stage play The Barker (previously filmed in 1927), the
story takes place during the Chicago World's Fair of 1933. Bow plays Lou, a
hootchy-kootchy dancer who is catapulted into stardom by fast-talking barker Nifty (Preston
S. Foster). Hoping to escape her tawdry existence, Lou makes a play for handsome young
naif Chris (Richard Cromwell), but by film's end she has bowed to the inevitable and returns
to the sort of work she knows best. Despite excellent production values and a big-time
promotional campaign, Hoopla was a bomb, convincing the ever-insecure Clara Bow to
retire to private life as the wife of cowboy star and future Nevada politician Rex Bell.

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