Release dateAugust 13, 1937 (1937-08-13) (US) Based onthe play, A House in the Country
by Melvin Levy WriterJ. Robert Bren (screen play), Edmund L. Hartmann (screen play), Melvin Levy (from the play by) ScreenplayEdmund L. Hartmann, J. Robert Bren CastFred Stone (Frankie Peterson), Emma Dunn (Emma Peterson), Marjorie Lord (Joan Peterson), J. Carrol Naish (Mike Clarke), Tommy Bond (Oscar Peterson), Ray Mayer (Eddie Baxter) Similar moviesRospiggar, Robinson i Roslagen, Hemsöborna, Prisoners, False Trail, Insomnia
Madeline kahn in the hideaways
Hideaway is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Richard Rosson. Based on the 1937 play A House in the Country by Melvin Levy, the screenplay was written by J. Robert Bren and Edmund L. Hartmann. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it opened on August 13, 1937. The film stars Fred Stone, Emma Dunn, Marjorie Lord and J. Carroll Naish.