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Hideout (1949)

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Hannah Kelly and Edie Hanson vie for the attentions of the naive attorney George Browning. Browning wises up in a hurry when he takes on a gang of jewel thieves. This gang is headed by ... See full summary »



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Director: Leslie Fenton
Stars: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, Douglas Dick


Credited cast:
George Browning
Lorna Gray ...
Betty, alias Hannah Kelly (as Adrian Booth)
Arthur Burdett, alias Philip J. Fogarty
Sheila Ryan ...
Edie Hanson
Chick Chandler ...
Joe Bottomley (as Fletcher Chandler)
Emory Parnell ...
Arnie Anderson
Dr. Hamilton Gibbs
Nana Bryant ...
Sybil Elwood Kaymeer
Charles Halton ...
Gabriel Wotter
Paul E. Burns ...
Pops, the janitor
Douglas Evans ...
Radio Announcer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Smoki Whitfield ...
Pullman Porter


Hannah Kelly and Edie Hanson vie for the attentions of the naive attorney George Browning. Browning wises up in a hurry when he takes on a gang of jewel thieves. This gang is headed by Philip J. Fogerty and his sinister chief henchman Evans. Written by Robert

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Music by Sanford Green
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Pretty entertaining...and a nice change of pace for Ray Collins.
3 March 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I really liked the casting of Ray Collins in this little B-movie. While he usually played affable sorts of fellows in movies and as a regular on "Perry Mason", here he plays against type--a real scum-bag. It turns out he's the brains of a ring of jewel thieves--and he has no loyalty to anyone but himself. After pulling a big heist, he and his 'associates' relocate to a small town in Iowa to wait until the heat subsides. Once there, one of the gang, is a pretty lady (Lorna Gray) and she soon begins kissing up to the town prosecutor--an idealistic young man (Lloyd Bridges). Bridges, at least at first, seems a bit naive--and you can't help but feel sorry for the guy. But through the course of investigating a murder (that turns out to be linked to Collins' gang), he shows he's pretty bright for a small town guy--and he's assisted with a strange but highly entertaining and sassy new secretary (Sheila Ryan). But, not realizing that Gray is part of the gang, she follows along--misdirecting Bridges and even stealing evidence to help her cohorts.

All in all, this is a pretty good B-movie--entertaining and engaging. It's nice to see Bridges in a very good early starring role and as I said above, Collins is excellent as a real creep. Will it change your life or is it a must-see? Nah...but considering it has modest pretenses and keeps your interest, it's worth seeing--particularly if you love Bs or film noir.

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