Hollywood Man

Hollywood Man is a 1976 American film directed by Jack Starrett.[1] The film was featured in the 1997 Quentin Tarantino Film Festival.

Hollywood Man
Directed byJack Starrett
Produced byWilliam Smith
Written byTom Farese
Ray Girardin
Dominic Gombardella
William Smith
StarringWilliam Smith
Jennifer Billingsley
Music byD'Arneill Pershing
CinematographyRobert C. Jessup
Edited byArthur Anthony
John C. Horger
Distributed byIntercontinental Releasing Corporation
Running time
93 minutes (Finland, uncut)
87 minutes (Finland, cut)
107 minutes (USA)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish, Spanish



Cash-strapped actor/director Rafe Stoker (Smith) reluctantly agrees to put up almost all of his personal fortune as collateral to shady investors in order to complete production on his action film. In turn, they hire Harvey (Girardin), an unstable biker, to sabotage the production so that they can collect on Stoker's pledge. Harvey and his gang engage in escalating acts of violence against Stoker's film crew and other random people while Stoker desperately attempts to complete his film shoot amidst other production delays.


  • Tony Chance - "Hollywood Man" (Music and Lyrics by Arnold Capitanelli)


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