Old Hutch is a 1936 American romantic comedy film directed by J. Walter Ruben and starring Wallace Beery as a man who finds $100,000 in the depths of the Depression. It is a remake of the 1920 Will Rogers film Honest Hutch.
|Directed by||J. Walter Ruben|
|Screenplay by||George Kelly|
|Based on||Old Hutch Lives Up to It|
by Garret Smith
|Produced by||Harry Rapf|
|Cinematography||Clyde De Vinna|
|Edited by||Frank Sullivan|
|Music by||William Axt|
- Wallace Beery as Hutch Hutchins
- Eric Linden as Dave Jolly
- Cecilia Parker as Irene Hutchins
- Robert McWade as Mr. Jolly
- Caroline Perkins as Carrie Hutchins
- Julia Perkins as Julie Hutchins
- Delmar Watson as Allie Hutchins
- Harry Watson as Freddie Hutchins
- Virginia Grey as Ethel (in drugstore)
- Donald Meek as Mr. Gunnison
- George Chandler as Cigar Store Clerk
- Smith, Garret (February 28, 1920). "Old Hutch Lives Up to It". The Saturday Evening Post. Vol. 192 no. 35.
- Staff Writer (August 19, 1936). "Beery, Bored With Fishing for a Living, Takes Rod and Reel on Pleasure Trip". Asbury Park Press. Asbury Park, New Jersey – via Newspapers.com.
'Old Hutch" was made before in 1920, with Will Rogers, but they called it 'Honest Hutch' then.