A Hollywood True Story
|Original Broadcast Date|
|Narrative Monologue, 25 minutes|
|Preceded by:||A Conversation|
|Followed by:||Reality Check|
Behind the desk there's a wall of pigeonholes, each one bearing a room number.
A Hollywood True Story is a radio program produced by Joe Frank and broadcast on KCRW's UnFictional Series. It was originally broadcast on March 29, 2013.
In an attempt to advance his career in Hollywood, a screenwriter finds himself implausibly in Auschwitz. As his film project -- which has nothing to do with the infamous death camp -- implodes, the screenwriter sees his life unraveling on a revolving road to nowhere.
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- Original music over loop - James Harrah (guitar) and Kenny Lyon (piano and bass) [12:09]
- Mixed by Ray Guarna
- Written in collaboration with Michael Meloan
- Edited by Joe Frank and Michal Story
- Featuring musicians