u003cbu003eNow the subject of the hit documentary u003ciu003eScotty and the Secret History of Hollywoodu003c/iu003e, praised by u003ciu003eVanity Fairu003c/iu003e as "full of revelations" and u003ciu003eEntertainment Weeklyu003c/iu003e as "deliciously salacious," u003ciu003eFull Serviceu003c/iu003e is the remarkable true story of Scotty Bowers, the "gentleman hustler," during the heyday of classic Hollywood. u003c/bu003e u003cpu003e Newly discharged from the Marines after World War II, Bowers arrived in Hollywood in 1946. Young, charismatic, and strikingly handsome, he quickly caught the eye of many of the town's stars and starlets. He began sleeping with some himself, and connecting others with his coterie of young, attractive, and sexually free-spirited friends. His own lovers included Edith Piaf, Spencer Tracy, Vivien Leigh, Cary Grant, and the abdicated King of England Edward VIII, and he arranged tricks or otherwise crossed paths with Tennessee Williams, Charles Laughton, Vincent Price, Katharine Hepburn, Rita Hayworth, Errol Flynn, Gloria Swanson, Noël Coward, Mae West, James Dean, Rock Hudson and J. Edgar Hoover, to name but a few. u003cpu003e u003ciu003eFull Serviceu003c/iu003e is not only a fascinating chronicle of Hollywood's sexual underground, but also exposes the hypocrisy of the major studios, who used actors to propagate a myth of a conformist, sexually innocent America knowing full well that their stars' personal lives differed dramatically from this family-friendly mold. As revelation-filled as u003ciu003eHollywood Babylonu003c/iu003e, u003ciu003eFull Serviceu003c/iu003e provides a lost chapter in the history of the sexual revolution and is a testament to a man who provided sex, support, and affection to countless people.