Hiding Out

Hiding Out

Director: Bob Giraldi Cast: Jon Cryer, Keith Coogan, Annabeth Gish

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Overview

A stockbroker on the run from the mob goes back to high school in this comedy, which gets a simple, but presentable, treatment for its release on DVD. Hiding Out has been given a letterboxed transfer to disc in the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.85:1, which has been enhanced for anamorphic playback on 16 x 9 monitors. The audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Surround; the dialogue is in English with no multiple-language options, though closed captions for the hearing impaired have been included. The film's original theatrical trailer has been included as a bonus.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/09/2001
UPC: 0013131140293
Original Release: 1987
Rating: PG-13
Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:35:00

Special Features

Widescreen presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jon Cryer Andrew Morenski
Keith Coogan Patrick/Morenski
Annabeth Gish Ryan Campbell
Gretchen Cryer Aunt Lucy
Oliver Cotton Killer
Claude Brooks Clinton
Lou Walker Ezzard, School Custodian
Tim Quill Kevin O'Roarke
Anne Pitoniak Grandma Jennie Morenski
Nancy Fish Mrs. Billings, Civics Teacher
Alexandra Auder Melissa
Elizabeth A. Back Student
Gerry Bamman Mr. Stevens
Joy Behar Gertrude
Lee Anthony Brisbon Clinton Rapper
Tim Caudle Gym Teacher
Lou Criscuolo Transient Bum
Gloria Crist Spanish Teacher
Beth Ehlers Chloe
Ned Eisenberg Rodruguez, Stockbroker
Mary B. Erne Mini Mart Clerk
Joe Fagen Drop
Joe Foley Parking Attendant
Dereck Fulton Student
Marita Geraghty Janie Rooney
Jack Gilpin Dr. Gusick
Nicky Hammerhead Garage Attendant
Andrew S. Herzog Punker
David Anthony Higgins Student
Keith Warren Breech
Lorri Lindberg Waitress in Diner
Jeffrey Manning Kids in Office
Tom McGovern Bailiff
Tom Morgan Vice Principal
Dick Olsen Morrill
Richard Portnow Mr. Lessig, Driving Instructor
David L. Robinson Clinton Rapper
Joshua Schouten Kids in Office
Mike Schutte Punker
Dolly Sherman Registrar
Steven Small Driver
Daryl Smith Clinton Rapper
Tony Soper Ahern, Stockbroker
Lamon Spainhour Shawn
Paul Sparer Judge
Phillip Suarez Kapados
John Walker Pratt
John Ward Ethan
Richard Warner Bob Campbell
George Whitley Student
John Spencer Bakey, FBI Agent

Technical Credits
Bob Giraldi Director
Mick A'Court Songwriter
Mick Blood Songwriter
Stan Booberg Songwriter
Rene Campos Songwriter
Felix Cavaliere Songwriter
Whey Cooler Songwriter
Allan Dias Songwriter
Anne Dudley Score Composer
Lu Edmunds Songwriter
Kevin Elliston Songwriter
Ron Elliston Songwriter
Susan Gammie Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert V. Girolami Asst. Director
Roderick Hart Songwriter
Niklas Hellberg Songwriter
Robin Hild Songwriter
Steve Jacobs Casting
Mike Jones Songwriter
Gregory Kane Songwriter
Patrick Kane Songwriter
Dan Leigh Production Designer
Peter Loov Songwriter
John (Johnny Rotten) Lydon Songwriter
John McGeoch Songwriter
Joe Melson Songwriter
Joe Menosky Screenwriter
Michael Mugrage Songwriter
Hugh A. O'Brien Stunts
Kim Ornitz Sound/Sound Designer
Daniel Pearl Cinematographer
Sharon Ilson Reed Makeup
Leslie Rollins Set Decoration/Design
Jeff Rothberg Producer,Screenwriter
David Sanchez Songwriter
Danny Sembello Songwriter
David Simkins Screenwriter
C.J. Simpson Set Decoration/Design
Bruce Smith Songwriter
Jade Starling Songwriter
William D. Strowman Songwriter
Benkt Svensson Songwriter
Marty Tudor Executive Producer,Production Designer
Matt Vogel Special Effects
Edward Warschilka Editor
Patrik Willard Songwriter
Allee Willis Songwriter
Carol Wood Art Director,Production Designer
Charles Zimmerman Songwriter

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Widescreen Version
0. Chapter Selections
1. Program Start/Main Titles [2:05]
2. Day Traders [3:35]
3. The Rub-Out [3:16]
4. Protective Custody [4:35]
5. On The Run [3:02]
6. Cousin Patrick [3:18]
7. A New Man [4:15]
8. Maxwell Hauser [3:31]
9. Back To School [4:04]
10. Class Troublemaker [4:37]
11. Chloe And Ryan [3:13]
12. Drivers Training [4:28]
13. Financial Advice [3:28]
14. Romance On Wheels [3:55]
15. "Lead on, Rambo" [3:12]
16. President Maxwell [3:27]
17. Max And Ryan [2:05]
18. Custodial Engineer [4:04]
19. The Hit Man [3:23]
20. "I am not middle-aged!" [3:56]
21. Secrets And Lies [3:55]
22. Patrick Gets Lucky [4:01]
23. Hot On The Trail [3:19]
24. Sniper [4:19]
25. Fight In The Rafters [2:55]
26. Star Witness [2:46]
27. A New Life [2:29]
28. End Credits [3:24]
29. Chapter 29 [:01]

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3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
No I don't have this movie . I just wanted to add a review. I remember this movie. The 80's a carefree cool time so Is this movie. I watched the trailer. a very good movie. Jon is really cute acting like a high school kid.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sometimes on a slow or somber evening, you just want some head cheese. Well, this movie proves that even in one's elder years, high school pain has 'real' relevance. Bob Giraldi directs this piece some time after the infamous Michael Jackson 'head on fire' Pepsi commercial. He teams up with John Cryer and his mother, who plays his aunt, mother of Keith Coogan, whose is the true grandson of Uncle Festus, of Adam's Family, and the little boy in the Charlie Chaplin's 'The Tramp' The greatly underrated fantastic stuntman named Cary Loftin whose works include 'It's a Mad Mad Mad World,' who taught Marlon Brando to ride motorcycle in 'The Wild Bunch' was George C. Scottt's driver in 'Patton' did the driving for Steve McQueen in 'Bullitt' (contrary to popular belief). He drove racecars in the movie 'LaMans' and chased Dennis Weaver in Steven Spielberg's 'Duel.' He also kicked ***in the B movie 'Vanishing Point.' This is a guy whose scene sitting on his suitcase with a yellow stripe across his grey jacket chest while John Cryer is being shot at by British Actor Olivier Cotton and Steve Small sparks a moment of brilliance. The lesser known actors in this scene, especially Steve Small, give a dynamic and poignant portrayal. If you love real film as opposed to Hollywood trash and commercialiam, then see the extras support the 'stars' in this film. Really, the way Steve Small drives the Cadillac could drive any babe to the point of bliss and back. When he says 'she's off with some bimbo' you'll wish, so were you. Yeah, baby, Incidently, Steve is a close friend of Tim Guinee's, Rick Heinrichs' (Academy Award winner in design for 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow'), Mary Louise Parker and Peter Hedges.