Cukor’s first film with David O. Selznick was a prototype for the various versions of A Star is Born, with an insider’s view of Hollywood that follows the rise to stardom of waitress Mary Evans, “discovered” by ace director Max Carey. Mary goes on to achieve celebrity, marrying a rich young man, Max falls into a tragic decline.

  • Directed By George Cukor
  • 1932
  • USA
  • 35mm
  • 88 minutes