Hollywood Boulevard is a 1976 film directed by Allan Arkush and Joe Dante, it is the feature film directorial debut of both directors. This film stars Candice Rialson as an aspiring actress who has just arrived in Los Angeles, and was made as a result of a bet between Jon Davison and Roger Corman to make the cheapest ever film for New World Pictures. This was accomplished by extensive use of footage from other New World films.
The Los Angeles Times called the film "a hilarious, often outrageous spoof of the zany world of low budget exploitation filmmaking." "Definitely not for people who are looking for anything elegant or high tone," said the Washington Post.