Extras flood the Bronson Gate at Paramount Pictures to attend a casting call for the “The Spoilers” (1930)

Extras flood the Bronson Gate at Paramount Pictures to attend a casting call for the "The Spoilers” (1930)This looks like a scene from a movie but it’s actually FOR one. Word got out that Paramount Pictures had put out a casting call for a Gary Cooper picture called the “The Spoilers” (1930) Consequently dozens and dozens of extras flooded the studios Bronson Gate. I wonder how many were chosen.

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One Response to Extras flood the Bronson Gate at Paramount Pictures to attend a casting call for the “The Spoilers” (1930)

  1. Jean Hunter says:

    Shame Paramount now looks like a sterile blah fortress. I used to love to just drive down the quaint little street in front of the original gate and was thrilled to actually walk through it when I temp’d in various departments back in the early ’80s. Although the area was “old” even back then, it somehow glowed with Hollywood glamour to me.

    From long ago:

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/55/8e/2a/558e2afa63aa771651f871ea36e583af.jpg

    Thanks, Martin.

    Jean