|Directed by||W.S. Van Dyke|
|Produced by||Hunt Stromberg
W.S. Van Dyke
|Written by||Mauri Grashin|
|Music by||William Axt|
|Edited by||Basil Wrangell|
|Distributed by||Metro Goldwyn Mayer|
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. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing - Original Story (Mauri Grashin).
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.
- 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'
- Louise Henry as Lily
- Edward Brophy as Det. Britt
- Henry Armetta as Shuman
- Herman Bing as Jake
- David Townsend - Associate Art Director
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