Hollywood Speaks

Hollywood Speaks is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film.

Hollywood Speaks
Directed byEdward Buzzell
Written byNorman Krasna
Jo Swerling
Based onstory by Norman Krasna
StarringGenevieve Tobin
Pat O'Brien
Leni Stengel
CinematographyTed Tetzlaff
Edited byGene Havlick
Columbia Pictures
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
Running time
71 mins



Columbia announced the film in August 1931.[1]

It was Norman Krasna's first film under his contract with Columbia and he started writing it in April 1932.[2] The same amount the studio announced Eddie Buzzel would direct and Genevieve Tobin would star.[3]


The Los Angeles Times called it a "routine melodrama with little to say of interest."[4]


  1. PRODUCERS TO WHACK ENEMIES Los Angeles Times 6 Aug 1931: A9.
  2. MANY WRITERS ADDED TO COLUMBIA'S STAFF Los Angeles Times 17 Apr 1932: B11.
  3. FINEST DRAMA DUE ON SCREEN: Los Angeles Times 25 Apr 1932: A7.
  4. Stage and Screen: Los Angeles Times 21 Aug 1932: B17.
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