"The relatively short photoplay, Choosing a Scenario, has been awarded Honorable Mention because it is a smooth and superficially brilliant example of comedy film story making. Originally produced as one of the entries in a group filming contest conducted by the Cinema Club of San Francisco, the picture took first award in that contest for its director, William Palmer. ACL, its cameraman, K. G. Stephens. ACL, and its lone actor, J. Oliver Tucker, ACL. Although comparatively slight in significance, it offers fine photography, intelligent cutting, effective angles and deft acting in telling a clever story with lively tempo." Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 551.
"One of the amusing "gags" in Choosing a Scenario, the California comedy of a script writing hobo, was the listing as "Technical Advisor" on the credit titles of the real tramp who loaned the local jungle background." Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 536.
The film was available in the ACL's Club Film Library.
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