Hollywood, 1935. People flock to the movies for escape — and sometimes just for the air-conditioning. The people who make the pictures play hard and work hard, and that’s just fine with glamorous, blonde Frankie Franklin, the brightest star at Fortune Motion Pictures. She’s making a picture right now, one that that will help her fans forget there’s a Depression going on. But filming stops when a real bullet in a prop gun seriously wounds her young costar, and Frankie is is driven to find out why. Because there’s only one thing everyone knows: She did it.
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