Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever is a 1939 romantic comedy film directed by W. S. Van Dyke. The plot is about Andy Hardy having a crush on his high school drama teacher, Miss Rose Meredith. It is the seventh of sixteen Andy Hardy films starring Mickey Rooney.
|Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever|
|Directed by||W. S. Van Dyke|
|Written by||Aurania Rouverol (characters)|
Kay Van Riper (screenplay)
|Produced by||Lou L. Ostrow|
|Edited by||Ben Lewis|
|Music by||David Snell|
|Distributed by||Loew's Inc.|
Andy Hardy (Mickey Rooney) is upset that his girlfriend, Polly Benedict (Ann Rutherford), had fallen for Lieutenant Charles Copley (Robert Kent). Soon, Andy develops a crush on his drama teacher. After Andy's play is chosen for the school's annual production, he seizes the opportunity to spend time with his spring time crush. Andy's dad, Judge Hardy (Lewis Stone), knows that his son is destined for heartache, but he decides to let Andy find out for himself how young love can be.
- Lewis Stone as Judge James K. 'Jim' Hardy
- Mickey Rooney as Andy Hardy
- Cecilia Parker as Marian Hardy
- Fay Holden as Mrs. Emily 'Emmy' Hardy
- Ann Rutherford as Polly Benedict
- Sara Haden as Aunt Milly Forrest
- Helen Gilbert as Miss Rose Meredith
- Terry Kilburn as Harmon 'Stickin Plaster' Higginbotham, Jr.
- John T. Murray as Don David
- George P. Breakston as 'Beezy' Anderson
- Robert Kent as Lieutenant Copley