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9th Sep '17 12:17:38 PM MHarrington
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* In the cartoon short ''The Autograph Hound'', DonaldDuck sneaks into a Hollywood studio lot in order to get autographs of movie stars. He eventually receives one from Creator/ShirleyTemple. [[CelebrityParadox In exchange for his own autograph]].

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* In A few WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts:
** ''Mickey's Gala Premiere'': A host of movie stars attend
the cartoon short premiere of MickeyMouse's newest cartoon, after which they offer congrats to Mickey himself, and Greta Garbo [[CoveredInKisses covering him in kisses]]. Turns out, Mickey was just [[AllJustADream dreaming]] of being a movie star on the same plane as the others in reality.
** ''Mother Goose Goes Hollywood'': A [[WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies Silly Symphony]] in which various movie stars are cast in the roles of various nursery rhyme characters (i.e., Katherine Hepburn as Little Bo Peep, W.C. Fields as Humpty Dumpty, Laurel and Hardy as Simple Simon and the Pieman, etc.).
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''The Autograph Hound'', Hound'': DonaldDuck sneaks into a Hollywood studio lot in order to get autographs of movie stars. He eventually receives one from Creator/ShirleyTemple. [[CelebrityParadox In exchange for his own autograph]].
25th Jul '17 6:48:56 AM TMNTFanGirl
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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most American films and TV shows are filmed in southern California (particularly in the Greater Los Angeles Area), this trope allows the show to use actual locations in southern California and the Greater Los Angeles Area instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling just faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show--or even both in some cases). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).

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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most American films and TV shows are filmed in southern California (particularly in the Greater Los Angeles Area), Area) anyway, this trope allows the show to use actual locations in southern California and the Greater Los Angeles Area instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling just faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show--or even both in some cases). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).
25th Jul '17 6:48:15 AM TMNTFanGirl
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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Most American films and TV shows are filmed in LA (and southern California in general), this trope allows the show to use real locations in LA and southern California instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling just faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show--or even both in some cases). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).

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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Most Since most American films and TV shows are filmed in LA (and southern California (particularly in general), the Greater Los Angeles Area), this trope allows the show to use real actual locations in LA and southern California and the Greater Los Angeles Area instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling just faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show--or even both in some cases). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).
14th Jul '17 9:25:21 AM thegiggleloop
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* ''Series/TheXFiles'': "Hollywood A.D."
27th May '17 3:01:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' is this for the TheViewAskewniverse

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* ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' is this for the TheViewAskewniverseFilm/TheViewAskewniverse
26th Apr '17 12:39:37 PM Golondrina
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* In the cartoon short ''The Autograph Hound'', DonaldDuck sneaks into a Hollywood studio lot in order to get autographs of movie stars. He eventually receives one from ShirleyTemple. [[CelebrityParadox In exchange for his own autograph]].

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* In the cartoon short ''The Autograph Hound'', DonaldDuck sneaks into a Hollywood studio lot in order to get autographs of movie stars. He eventually receives one from ShirleyTemple.Creator/ShirleyTemple. [[CelebrityParadox In exchange for his own autograph]].
27th Jan '17 9:47:29 AM TMNTFanGirl
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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most American films and TV shows are filmed in LA anytway, it allows the show to use real LA locations instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).

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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most Most American films and TV shows are filmed in LA anytway, it (and southern California in general), this trope allows the show to use real LA locations in LA and southern California instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling just faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show).show--or even both in some cases). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).



* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' did this in the season 1 episode "Go West Young Meowth"

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' did this in the season 1 episode "Go West Young Meowth"
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* ''BostonBlackie Goes Hollywood.''

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* ''BostonBlackie Goes Hollywood.''Hollywood''.
8th Jan '17 3:25:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Garfield Goes Hollywood'', one of the WesternAnimation/GarfieldSpecials, has Garfield, Odie, and Jon putting together an act for the talent show ''Pet Search'' that gets them to the finals in Hollywood.

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* ''Garfield Goes Hollywood'', one of the WesternAnimation/GarfieldSpecials, has Garfield, Odie, and Jon putting together an act for the talent show ''Pet Search'' that gets them to the finals in Hollywood.Hollywood.

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14th Dec '16 10:16:22 AM GeniusInTheLamp
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* Film/TheThreeStooges short ''Movie Maniacs'' has the boys wreaking havoc at a movie studio.
3rd Oct '16 5:28:27 AM TMNTFanGirl
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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most American shows are filmed in LA, it allows the show to use real LA locations instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry. It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).

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A subtrope of VacationEpisode, where the characters go to Hollywood, Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. It allows for potential celebrity cameos and advertising for the studio or network. Since most American films and TV shows are filmed in LA, LA anytway, it allows the show to use real LA locations instead of [[CaliforniaDoubling faking other parts of the US]]. It frequently involves the characters getting temporary gigs in the entertainment industry.industry (most commonly getting a role in a movie or TV show). It is likely a case of the writers [[WriteWhatYouKnow writing what they know]]. Sister trope of AlohaHawaii and VivaLasVegas. Compare WhoWouldWantToWatchUs for the inverse situation (Hollywood comes to the characters to adapt their adventures into an in-universe movie or TV show).
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