Raw footage for the 1976 documentary "Making It In Hollywood," which follows several actors as they attempt to break into the movie business. This tape continues an interview with Cissy Colpitts, an aspiring actress (now Cisse Cameron). Copitts talks about what she will do if she doesn't "make it" in Hollywood.
00:00Copy video clip URL Cissy Colpitts talks about what she wants to do if she gets a lot of money. “I have to have a horse farm… in the deep South.” If she’s not going to make it, she may write or try to work with a TV station. “At 30, if I haven’t made it, I’m leaving.”
02:52Copy video clip URL Tape of another angle for cutaways.
04:37Copy video clip URL After the interview, the crew is taped while discussing the next day’s shooting plans. Frank Cavestani explains what he thinks the documentary will accomplish.
16:27Copy video clip URL The last segment of tape is nighttime b-roll footage from a car of the various sights on Hollywood Boulevard, including lots of neon signs and the marquees for several adult theaters/book shops. A man hangs letters on one marquee from a tall ladder to spell “Houdini.” The audio during this segment is primarily music from the radio.
22:34Copy video clip URL End of tape.