Raw footage for the 1976 documentary "Making It In Hollywood," which follows several actors as they attempt to break into the movie business. In this tape, actress Sally Kirkland discusses her financial difficulties. This is followed by b-roll footage of movies stars' homes, and of cars on a freeway.
00:00Copy video clip URL At Sally Kirkland’s agent’s (Nicole David’s) office. David says that the most important thing to make it is to really want it. “Really wanting to make it is the strongest force, hopefully you’ll have talent.”
01:25Copy video clip URL Leaving the agent’s office, Sally Kirkland talks about how broke she is, and wonders whether she can afford to keep a business manager, a lawyer and a personal manager. However, she may have a new part, so she won’t fire anyone yet. She says she is broke because she bought a convertible, but that the purchase was psychologically worth it. She then lists recent jobs she’s had. She leaves to go to her convertible.
08:28Copy video clip URL Tape that appears to be b-roll footage of large nice houses (belonging to famous people?) and palm trees in Hollywood. Frank and Laura Cavestani bicker or chat in the background.
17:38Copy video clip URL The exterior of the Beverly Hills Hotel, and various other, more commercial b-roll (including the Tower Records of the Sunset Strip) and cars on a freeway.
20:49Copy video clip URL End of tape.