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Commissioned to write dialogue for the king makers at Twentieth Century Fox, cartoonist Rube Goldberg (1890 - 1970) jotted down his impressions of 1930s Hollywood.

"The chief mogul did all the ordering and I must say that he knew food. The lavish way in which he ordered bore out some of the glittering tales I had read about the grandeur of the movies. I think I ate six helpings of caviar and four tenderloin steaks. I wanted to make them believe I was no slouch myself."

If you would like to read a Rube Goldberg interview from 1914, click here.

     


Rube Goldberg on Hollywood (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

Rube Goldberg on Hollywood (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

Rube Goldberg on Hollywood (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

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