Raw footage for the 1976 documentary "Making It In Hollywood," which follows several actors as they attempt to break into the movie business. Footage from one of actress Sally Kirkland's "press" parties. Various people from the "Making It" crew interview several actors and show business people about struggling in Hollywood. Those interviewed include actress Deborah Leslie Dozier (daughter of actress Joan Fontaine and Hollywood executive William Dozier), actress Frannie Norman, and actor David Jobe.
00:00Copy video clip URL Interview with actress Deborah Leslie Dozier (daughter of actress Joan Fontaine and Hollywood executive William Dozier). She talks about her childhood going to Hollywood parties. “It was a very good way for them [her parents] to do business in a very relaxed way.” She is optimistic about acting, and thinks that people get parts based on merit rather than simply on connections. Dozier thinks that Kirkland has talent, but is uncomfortable.
07:40Copy video clip URL Actress Frannie Norman and comedian Howard Itzkowitz. Norman talks to the interviewer about a former roommate and competitiveness between friends. She calls the whole atmosphere “Hollyweird.”
10:16Copy video clip URL Actor David Jobe invites his interviewer to his sculpture exhibition, and speaks briefly about his career.
12:12Copy video clip URL End of tape.