Hide-Out


Hide-Out

Infobox Film
name = Hide-Out


caption =
director = W.S. Van Dyke
producer = Hunt Stromberg
W.S. Van Dyke
writer = Mauri Grashin
starring = Robert Montgomery
Maureen O'Sullivan
Edward Arnold
music = William Axt
cinematography = Ray June
Sidney Wagner
editing = Basil Wrangell
distributor = Metro Goldwyn Mayer
released = 1934 (U.S. release)
runtime = 81 min
language = English
country = USA
budget =
imdb_id = 0025251

"Hide-Out" is a 1934 comedy film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and starring Robert Montgomery and Maureen O'Sullivan. It also features a young Mickey Rooney.

Plot

A womanizing racketeer (Montgomery) is wounded by police and hides out in a farmhouse, where he falls in love with a country girl (O'Sullivan) and meets her wholesome family.

Cast

*Robert Montgomery as Jonathan 'Lucky' Wilson
*Maureen O'Sullivan as Pauline Miller
*Edward Arnold as Det. Lt. 'Mac' MacCarthy
*Elizabeth Patterson as 'Ma' Miller
*Whitford Kane as Henry Miller
*Mickey Rooney as William 'Willie' Miller
*C. Henry Gordon as Tony Berrelli (the Boss)
*Muriel Evans as 'Baby'
*Edward Brophy as Det. Britt
*Henry Armetta as Shuman
*Herman Bing as Jake


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