Hideaway Girl


1h 11m 1936

Film Details

Release Date
Nov 20, 1936
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Country
United States
Screenplay Information
Based on the story "Cabin Cruiser" by David Garth in Red Book Magazine (May 1936).

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 11m
Film Length
8 reels

Synopsis

As a woman in a wedding dress flees town in a stolen car, Detective Dixon learns Count de Montaigne's gift to his bride, a valuable necklace, was stolen from his wedding reception. Notorious thief "Lady Jane" is believed responsible for the crime. At a gas station, the mysterious woman meets man-about-town Michael Winslow and drops him off at his yacht club. Reporters assume Michael has secretly married when they find a wedding dress in the woman's suitcase, and inside the club, they are introduced as husband and wife. Using the alias Belinda Hipplewaite, the woman dances with Michael in the moonlight, then flees. Meanwhile, the count, who is really a crook called Jake, arrives in search of the jewel thief and finds his stolen car. As Jake's men chase her, Belinda flees in a boat. Michael's fiancée, Muriel Courtney, then arrives and insists on going on his yacht "Belinda," where Michael discovers Belinda asleep. When Michael's friends come aboard and reveal his "marriage," Muriel threatens to sue for breach of promise. Meanwhile, Belinda poses as the yacht's stewardess. When Dixon boards the yacht in search of Lady Jane, Belinda identifies herself as Mrs. Winslow and she and Michael are forced to sleep in the same cabin. As they lie awake, Michael tells Belinda he doesn't love Muriel and proposes, but when he finds the necklace hidden in Belinda's room, he accuses her of stealing it. Dixon then uses the necklace as bait to get Jake on board, and Jake realizes that Muriel, a former moll, is Lady Jane. Jake admits that he was going to marry Belinda, whose real name is Toni Ainsworth, because he believed she had money. In turn, Belinda confesses she was marrying him for the same reason, but fled the reception in order to escape a loveless marriage. After Dixon arrests Jake and Muriel, Michael and his new fiancée kiss.

Film Details

Release Date
Nov 20, 1936
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Country
United States
Screenplay Information
Based on the story "Cabin Cruiser" by David Garth in Red Book Magazine (May 1936).

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 11m
Film Length
8 reels

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Trivia

Notes

Variety and Film Daily credit George Clemens with camera work, but only Ted Tetzlaff is credited on the film. This was George Arthur's first assignment as supervisor. He was formerly head of Paramount's film editing department and lab. The Daily Variety preview length was 60 min.