Raw footage for the 1976 documentary "Making It In Hollywood," which follows several actors as they attempt to break into the movie business.
00:00Copy video clip URL B-roll footage taken in actor Robert Walden’s home. Footage of a typewriter, a director’s chair with Walden’s name, a set of fake teeth and glue-on wounds. Then, soundless visual tests of Frank and Laura Cavestani.
05:20Copy video clip URL Footage taken outside of Schawb’s drugstore. The crew watches people passing by from a shoeshine stand.
10:26Copy video clip URL Outside of Schwab’s, director Frank Cavestani gets his shoes shined and conducts an interview with the shoeshine man. He talks about the differences in actors from the 1940s vs. the 1970s; he says that actors in the 1940s had “more class.”
17:01Copy video clip URL The interview over, the camera watches two members of the “Making It” crew gossiping, and more footage of Sunset Boulevard.
22:05Copy video clip URL End of tape.