Mountain Music (film)
|Directed by||Robert Florey|
|Produced by||Benjamin Glazer|
|Edited by||Eda Warren|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|18 June 1937|
Mountain Music is a 1937 American comedy-musical film directed by Robert Florey.
Paramount quickly reunited Raye and Burns from their pairing in Waikiki Wedding of earlier the same year. The plot, rooted in Burns' comic hillbilly persona from radio, revolves around a longstanding feud between two country families of Monotony, Arkansas, and an amnesia-prone groom.
- Bob Burns as Bob Burnside
- Martha Raye as Mary Beamish
- John Howard as Ardinger Burnside
- Terry Walker as Lobelia Sheppard
- Rufe Davis as Ham Sheppard
- George "Gabby" Hayes as Granpappy Burnside
- Spencer Charters as Justice of the Peace Sharody
- Charles Timblin as Shep Sheppard
- Jan Duggan as Ma Burnside
- Olin Howland as Pappy Burnside
- Fuzzy Knight as Amos Burnside
- Wally Vernon as Odette Potta
- Cliff Clark as Medicine Show Proprietor
- Goodee Montgomery as Alice, Potts Showgirl
- Rita La Roy as Mrs. Hamilton B. Lovelace
- uncredited bit players include Ward Bond, Virginia Dabney, and Glenn Strange.