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  • Mickey Rooney, RIP!

    • elise lang
    • 4/10/14

    Just watched this movie (again) on TCM.Mickey Rooney was so cute in this movie - he was 14 years old but looked much younger.He cried when his family served his pet rabbit for dinner! Mickey Rooney passed on April 6, this year (2014). RIP Mickey!Born in 1920, at 93 he outlasted a lot of his contemporaries: Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor ...I loved "Boys Town" the best. Wonderful movie.Some people say his estate was surprisingly small, $18,000. But I say it is better than having a negative net worth.

  • HIDE OUT is a great movie

    • Jane C
    • 5/23/13

    HIDE OUT, starring Maureen O'Sullivan and Robert Montgomery is a wonderful movie. While running away from the police, playboy racketeer Jack 'Lucky' Wilson receives a non-life threatening bullet wound. Lucky manages to escape and drives as far as he can before passing out. Lucky is found by farmer Henry Miller, who believes Lucky is an innocent man who was randomly shot by gangsters. Lucky contacts his partner, Tony Berrelli, who sends the mob payrolled doctor to check on Lucky's condition. Tony believes this situation is perfect: the Miller farm is the perfect hide-out for Lucky from the police during Lucky's recuperation. Farm life is against Lucky's sensibilities, that is until he meets the pretty Miller daughter, Pauline. He immediately falls for her and she for him. Lucky needs to figure out how to reconcile his gangster background with the simple farm life, especially with Henry who has had his own bad experiences with racketeers, and with the police who are still after him. It's a wonderful resolution.This 1934 movie should be put on DVD right away, before it is lost forever.

  • God's Kingdom vs. Babylon

    • Joseph
    • 3/9/06

    Hide-Out with robert Montgomery shows a wonderful contrast between God's Kingdom -- an agrarian society -- and Babylon, which was limited to NY City, and Chicogo, THEN, But which is now any of the Urban wastelands that blanket major portion of the map of the USA. What a wondeful movie, and the Gangster shows that he knows what good is. The NY cops know, too.

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