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Mickey Rooney

Mickey Rooney (born Joseph Yule, Jr.; September 23, 1920 – April 6, 2014) was an American film actor and entertainer whose film, television, and stage appearances spanned nearly his entire lifetime.

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Breakfast at Tiffany's on an IMAX works better than you might think. Apart from the Mickey Rooney bits.
Mickey Rooney, in his own words, on how Walt Disney named a certain mouse after him:
So sad I haven't been this bummed since Shirley Temple, Deanna Durbin and Mickey Rooney passed away :\
Im pretty certain Mickey Rooney died before 2014 too.
Oh, come on, Mickey Rooney's in Breakfast at Tiffany's is a MILLION times worse. (yeah, okay, not a British accent, but still)
You always pass failure on your way to success. - Mickey Rooney
Update: There's a man behind me in the Starbucks drive thru that looks like Mickey Rooney.
Clark Gable, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland just...hanging out.
I just Growing Pains my friend Mickey Rooney. A pinch of air makes all the difference.
The thought of Mickey Rooney's 'Japanese' schtick blown up to IMAX size tonight is already making me queasy. Hold me.
My daughter is off school ill so we're watching Night At The Museum. Mickey Rooney is great, "I'll beat you with my fists!"
Just saw Breakfast at Tiffany's for the first time. Meh. Didn't know that was Mickey Rooney until it was over and I read Wikipedia.
Is it me or does Mickey Rooney just keep dying?
Oh no, I didn't know Mickey Rooney had died too! How sad :'(
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I get Mickey Rourke & Mickey Rooney confused. I always thought Rourke was looking good seeing as was in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'
And ZOMG Mickey Rooney in 'yellowface' in the movie... O_o
Christopher Plummer: "[Mickey Rooney] managed to marry about 18 times. They were all tall. God bless him" -
Throwback Thursday to 1942 Mickey Rooney and Ava Gardner. . "Take time to do what makes you happy!"
Sylvester Stallone, Mickey Rooney, the Dalai Lama, Celine Dion... 50 people who have been given the key to the city:
So in "Searchlights" I am voicing Charlie Chaplin, Alla Nazimova, Errol Flynn, Mickey Rooney, and Ava Gardner. I love my job.
The fact that Mickey Rooney played a Japanese man in Breakfast at Tiffany's . Lol
I buy women shoes and they use them to walk away from me. Mickey Rooney Ha
You love that modern style but can't live without nature?! This lakeside home has got everything you ever wanted.
Mickey Rooney defended his performance till the end. Said Asians loved it.
When she wasn't putting on a show with Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland would sit down to a hearty bowl of…
The Private Lives of Adam and Eve (1960) Mickey Rooney, Mamie Van Doren, Tuesday Weld $6.99 free ship
"There will never be another Michael Jackson.". -Mickey Rooney.
Last night, I dreamt I was a lawyer and Mickey Rooney stole my briefcase and my clients. An unsuccessful car chase then ensued.
Mickey Rooney Always get married early in the morning. That way if it doesnt work out you havent wasted a whole day. wow
You always pass failure on the way to success. Mickey Rooney ok
When you posted it all I could hear was Beavis saying, "Funk dat!" And the Mickey Rooney joke is HILARIOUS! XD
Mickey Rooney's Chinese man impression in breakfast at Tiffany's is so offensive lol
I posted an article from 2011There was1after that i am sure where Wayne"Mickey" Rooney was paying about 60G poundsA yrThey all need 2 we do
hella better than getting Mickey Rooney
Mickey Rooney' had better roles than that.
Mickey Rooney snobbish update Mel Gibson the Pyramids Ivete Sangalo. I absolutely just love butts just like you.
We need Rooney back as a striker and Mata back in the middle.
when Martin said to Sir Alex that Anderson was better than Rooney, he meant Mickey :-)
To be fair, Martin was talking about Mickey Rooney.
Get him sacked: Mickey skeleton has an initiative offering central Johannesburg firms a runaway police pedalo.
I added a video to a playlist The Bold and the Brave 1956 Mickey Rooney Full Length World War 2 Movie
ppl get mad when I tell them their babies look like Mickey Rooney or a very small chimpanzee. But they always do!
17. By the way, National Review claimed that hip-hop was an "update of the Mickey Rooney-Judy Garland musical ethos."
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In 1987 the halftime show was performed by George Burns and Mickey Rooney.
he'll come in like John Wayne and exit like mickey rooney!
Fun fact: When Giants won in 1987, George Burns and Mickey Rooney were the halftime show headliners
Missin the old days with half-time shows staring the Grambling State Marching Band, or even Mickey Rooney
He looks like Mickey Rooney from Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Word on the Rialto is that one of them might have been Mickey Rooney's Sugar Baby!
never forget Mickey Rooney as Sofia's mob connected boyfriend, Rocco.
Get forwards! Mickey Rooney's called off efforts to recover supporters of Creationism swallowed by a sinkhole in New York.
Like, you have Mickey Rooney as an incredibly creepy clown accidentally burning down a pediatric cancer ward, and then ...
The Guardian's review of 1963 Cambridge Footlights singled out Bill Oddie, "a dazed version of young Mickey Rooney":
Why did studio head Louis B. Mayer hurry Mickey Rooney into production on A YANK AT ETON ('42)?
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland meet with New York's Mayor Fiorello La Guardia at the 1939 World's Fair. .
Are we sure Won Ton Charlie in Wonder Women isn't played by Paul Reubens in Mickey Rooney grade yellowface?
My family would like to thank Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, *** VanDike, Mickey Rooney, & producers for NightAWESOME!!!
Why is new years so exciting? Really? Let's look back... Harold Ramis died... Robin Williams died... Joan Rivers died... Philip Seymour Hoffman died... Mickey Rooney died... James Garner died... I don't feel like celebrating it, thankyouverymuch
John "McLaughlin Group" McLauglin still alive,what the *** R.IP. Mickey Rooney, I forgot that dude died.
Wow we lost so many this year: Shirley Temple, Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mickey Rooney, Joan Rivers, Tony Gwynn, and many more
This year hasn't been a very good one for famous faces as so many of the well known stars have died. Mickey Rooney, Bob Hoskins, Rik Mayall, Richard Attenborough, Robin Williams, Joan Rivers, Richard Kiel, Geoffrey Holder, Carol Ann Susi and Christine Cavanaugh.
LA Times Saturday TV and Weekend Talk Schedule... SERIES Sex Sent Me to the E.R. The saucy series offers an expanded holiday-themed edition. 11 p.m. TLC SPECIALS WWE Tribute to the Troops Pro wrestling's finest salute our men and women in uniform, and country music's Florida Georgia Line performs in this annual special. 8 p.m. NBC Michael Sam This new documentary profiles the first openly *** football player to participate in an NFL draft. 9 p.m. OWN MOVIES The Black Stallion Kelly Reno, Teri Garr and an Oscar-nominated Mickey Rooney star in this breathtaking 1979 adaptation of Walter Farley's classic novel. 5 p.m. TCM The Grand Budapest Hotel Ralph Fiennes heads an all-star cast in Wes Anderson's delightful 2014 romp; with Bill Murray, Edward Norton, F. Murray Abraham, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Owen Wilson, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody and Tilda Swinton. 8 p.m. HBO A Wife's Nightmare Inspired by a true story, this new thriller stars Jennifer Beals as a woman who has her doubts about a stranger claiming to b ...
Anika's second party attempt seems to have gone much better than her first. Thank you to my sister, Erika (the aesthetician), for coming to give the girls facials. My mom had ice cream sundaes and candy displays for the girls. i took the twins to see 'Night at the Museum' (some Robin Williams parts were creepily depressing - and Mickey Rooney's in it again), which was decent, but not as good as the urges and I don't like unnecessary disgustingness in kid's movies, so that grated on me. It's a wait to rent it kind of movie. You can't top General Custer, people! Anyway, stole pictures off my mom's phone and found some from my brother and sister's visit, too. :)
Saw Night at The Museum...truly sad that it was Robin Williams final farewell. (as well as Mickey Rooney) Great movie for the holiday time... lots of laughs, tied in with emotions of sadness with the realities that this world brings...
Checked out Night at the Museum. It was cute, a few laughs, very similar to the first one. Take the kids and go see it for the Holiday. I will say I fell in love with a new addition to the show - Lancelot. Nice tribute to Robin Williams and Mickey Rooney at the end. 3 out of 5 stars. Popcorn Report - Not nearly enough butter or salt kiddo. But he did get it from the hot just popped section. I will let him slide as I still had on my ugly Christmas sweater from my office today and popcorn boy said "I like your sweater". Points for him...
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland at the Grauman's Chinese theatre premier Babes In Arms, 1939.
Santa Claus is Coming to Town. What a cast with Fred Astaire and Mickey Rooney.
Tough choice Rudolph with burl Ives or Santa Claus coming to town with Fred Astaire and Mickey Rooney.
Tonight on ABC | Ch. 5 | 8:00 PM | 60min. Released 1970. Fred Astaire and Mickey Rooney are among those who lend...
Mickey At War The Bridges At Toko-Ri (1954) The Bridges at Toko-Ri is a film from 1954 that was directed by Mark Robson and was based on the novel by James Michener about a U.S. Navy pilot assigned to bomb a group of heavily defended bridges during the Korean War. The story was made into a motion picture by Paramount Pictures. The Bridges at Toko-Ri closely follows the novel, emphasizing the lives of the pilots and crew in the context of a war that seems remote to all except those who fight in it. The film stars William Holden, Grace Kelly, Fredric March, Mickey Rooney, and Robert Strauss, and it also contains early film roles by Dennis Weaver and Earl Holliman. Michener based his novel on actual missions flown against the railroad bridges at Majon-ni[4] and Samdong-ni, North Korea, during the winter of 1951–52, when he was a news correspondent aboard the aircraft carriers USS Essex and USS Oriskany. Onscreen credits include the following written acknowledgment: "We proudly present this motion picture a ...
John Goodman look like Mickey Rooney with that bald head. should be good though
For example, Mickey Rooney and Mickey Mantle become the same person the exact second my dumb brain decides to share a fact about either.
Did you know that Mickey Rooney's son is an evangelist in Hemet, California?
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And another who appears to be mocking the oriental character Mickey Rooney plays in Breakfast at Tiffany's
I spent YEARS thinking Mickey Rourke and Mickey Rooney were the same. Was impressed by such an old man's fitness in Sin City...
Just read actor Mickey Rooney died today at 93. Now he was a great actor!!
Wow okay, so Night at the Museum 3 is the last work of both Robin Williams and Mickey Rooney before they both passed. How unfortunate.
One last chance to see the late Mickey Rooney on film in Night at the Museum 2 which of course features the late Robin Williams
My grandma was in the middle of reading mickey rooney's book when she passed away, what a terrible way to go
Creature kinda looks like Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's
I keep going because if you stop, you stop. Why retire? Inspire. ~ Mickey Rooney
Give Mickey Rooney the chances he had today.
Mickey Rooney had made movies in ten consecutive decades, from the 1920's through the 2010's.
Uh oh! Mickey Rooney's spirit has found a secret message regarding climate of Singapore strapped to the ears of a carrier shark.
I sorta wanna tell Mickey Rooney to tone it down a notch.
What amazing talent mickey Rooney and Spencer Tracy
Mickey Rooney in shoe polish love this gag
Rainy dreary Saturday , good time to relax and watch an ole fav, "Boys Town" with Spencer Tracy as Fr Flanagan Mickey Rooney
This may be my favorite Mickey Rooney film. ^JW
Mickey Rooney is so great at the sassy delinquent.
One of actor Mickey Rooney’s former homes is back on the market:
"I don't even know you anymore." Chances are you never did. Only a handful of people truly know me, outside of my family. If you can't answer these questions correctly, you probably only know what I want you to know. 1. Why do I play guitar? 2. What is my favorite band? 3. What is my religion? 4. Am I religious? 5. What are the 3 careers I'd like to have? 6. Who are the two people that have stuck by me through thick and thin since 2009 or before? 7. What is my ethnicity? 8. What 4 countries do I want to move to? 9. What kind of movies do I love and what kind do I hate? 10. Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Mickey Rooney or Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt?
Random trivia: I kept confusing Mickey Rourke with Mickey Rooney and vice versa for years. Made for some funny confusion.
Mickey Rooney told me how he did his part during World War II. War Stories: Hollywood Goes to War Fri, Nov 28 8pm ET on Fox Business
I see that now, I also see Spencer Tracey, Robert Taylor, William Powell, Mickey Rooney, Red Skelton, Van Johnson, Donna Reed.
head down to Hollywood Forever cemetery, Rudolph Valentino, Mickey Rooney, and Douglas Fairbanks are there
The late Mickey Rooney had many great moments in his long career, non finer than in Clarence Brown's The Human Comedy
*** *** *** One of Santa's Helpers has stopped by B-Side Records Berwyn and dropped off a wonderful batch of vintage holiday records .Included in this stack of wax are staples like: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Bing Crosby. Great kids lp's such as: Charlie Brown Christmas with booklet Santa Claus is Coming to Town with Mickey Rooney and The Star Wars Christmas Album from 1980. In addition there are great various artists collections and pop favorites like: The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, Herb Alpert, Spike Jones, Emmylou Harris and The Ramsey Lewis Trio. Some of these albums are still sealed the rest are very clean and sharp.This week only these Christmas Albums are 20% off the price Thats from Wed Nov 12th to Sat Nov 15th. Get in fast for the best selection.
Toddler's sweet obsession with Sabrina and Roman Holiday era took a terrible turn with Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffanys
Mickey Mouse, was named after american actor "Mickey Rooney" -- Whose mother Walt Disney used to date.
Judy Garland brings her daughter Liza Minnelli to see Mickey Rooney on the set of Words and Music.
Boy's Town This was a classic film of 1938 that starred Spencer Tracy as Father Flanagan and Mickey Rooney as juvenile delinquent Whitey Marsh . The film was based on Father Edward J. Flanagan's work with a group of underprivileged and delinquent boys in a home that he founded in Nebraska. Nick Clooney wrote in his book, "The Movies That Changed Us: Reflections on the Screen" (2002) that "In February 1939, when he accepted his Oscar for the role, Spencer Tracy responded graciously by spending all of his acceptance speech talking about Father Flanagan. "If you have seen him through me, then I thank you." An overzealous MGM publicity representative announced that Tracy was donating his Oscar to Flanagan without confirming it with Tracy. Tracy's response was: "I earned the...thing. I want it." The Academy hastily struck another inscription, Tracy kept his statuette, and Boys Town got one, too. It read: "To Father Flanagan, whose great humanity, kindly simplicity, and inspiring courage were strong enough to s ...
Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney on the set of Boys Town (1938)
10 October, 1939, saw the release of Babes in Arms, dir. by Busby Berkeley & starred Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland http…
This movie goes along quite nicely, until you remember you're watching Mickey Rooney seduce Sandy Duncan...
I agree, It's a boy&his horse movie, but Teri Garr & Mickey Rooney are great in supporting roles
First John Pinette now Mickey Rooney, RIP both of you, hope you shared a bus on your way out, Wouldn't have missed that convo for the world,
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1935) is a truly unique Hollywood collaboration between theatre impresario Max Reinhardt and film director William Dieterle. Its casting is a real mixed bag (band singer *** Powell as Lysander, child star Mickey Rooney as Puck, Billy Barty as Mustard Seed) and the acting is way too theatrically over-emphatic. But the movie impresses in two regards. One is the way it deploys choreography, singing, Felix Mendelssonhn’s incidental music for the play (adapted by Erich Wolfgang Korngold) and state of the art special effects (supervised by Byron Haskin) to create a truly magical Forest of Arden inhabited by fairies, sprites, trolls and other fanciful figures. (Did Ridley Scott perhaps screen this before making Legend?) The other is the inspired casting of several the top comic character actors of the period--Frank McHugh, Hugh Herbert and Joe E. Brown--as the rude mechanicals who put on the play, Pyramus and Thisbe. And saving the best for last, James Cagney plays Bottom, t ...
... then again "The smallest husband I ever had, and the biggest mistake — that was how Ava . Gardner described Mickey Rooney"
If hot fudge is your thing ... "He went through the ladies like a hot knife through fudge,” said Ava Gardner of . Mickey Rooney
Was watching this before the show tonight. What star quality. Ann Miller and Mickey Rooney, SUGAR BABIES 1980.
Notes on the Emmy Award show. Seth Myers did a great job! Kept it clean and moving along. My favorite comment of his was about Duck Dynasty being the most recorded show on VCRs! The only inappropriate comment I heard (and I missed some of it) was from Amy Poehler. It was early and kids were probably watching. UGH I thought it was inappropriate to single out Robin Williams after the In memory of section. Mickey Rooney and Lauren Bacall had longer careers and Maya Angelou contributed more for the betterment of society. Everyone lost was important to many. The nominations in each category were spot on. I would have had a hard time voting! Congrats to the producers of the award show. I thought it was classy... except for Amy. Congrats to all the winners, too.
"All the muddy waters of my life cleared up when I gave myself to Christ." Mickey Rooney
Sad to see many of my childhood favs leave us this year: Eli Wallach, Ruby Dee, Ann B Davis, James Garner, Mickey Rooney and now Lauren
Mickey Rooney on elder abuse (2011): For more info on elder abuse visit
Todays pin ups are the timeless beauty that is Ava Gardner and the tempered comedian Mickey Rooney, husband and...
Right to the end, Mickey Rooney was unstoppable - New York Daily News
yeah they both suck too. Ya know who else? Mickey Rooney.
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oh I know, Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's
Mickey Rooney was apparently always rude to Virginia O'Brien and made fun of her frozen face singing style
Switching from Mickey Rooney's The Big Wheel to the Kuchars' Sins of the Fleshapoids. I may get whiplash.
Falling Waters number two is getting done faster than I thought. i added Mickey Rooney and Shirley Temple to the story.among many others.
Kick him out: Mickey Rooney's headstone has a redundant brain. That's why he can't eat Harry Potter book seven.
Mickey Rooney softening up and Esther Williams in "Andy Hardy´s Double Life" 1942.
News today: Mickey Rooney's *** has delivered London airport to The Joker's asylum.
Mickey Rooney dies: Why we won't see a performer like him again - Much of that is the function of...
the less said about Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's the better
Hollywood mourns loss of Mickey Rooney at age 93 via
Fox and the Hound. Fox and the HoundMickey Rooney (Actor), Kurt Russell (Actor), Art...
*** The "Jamaican" thing maybe, but the Mickey Rooney-worthy Chinese man?
"... we're just tiny little specks about the size of Mickey Rooney"
"Always get married in the morning. That way, if it doesn't work out, you haven't wasted a whole day." -Mickey Rooney
Meg Ryan is filming a movie in Petersburg, VA...remake of Mickey Rooney's "The Human Comedy". I need to see if she needs anything from HD .
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Was that Keiko from Deep Space Nine doing her best Mickey Rooney in Breakfast At Tiffany's impression? Amazing.
take some Mickey Rooney Crazy pills. Or just wait until you're old. Old people can do anything and get away with it
was Marty Fallon in my book Confessions of a Agent
Me & Katie were impersonating Mickey Rooney on the bus being like "Misser Gorighry I protest!!" Like in Breakfast at Tiffany's -
chewy, gooey, tuitty, fruity, Mickey Rooney, George Clooney. I can't confirm it, but I'm sure that's a Dipset line.
Photo: pabloavannucci: Lucille Ball and Mickey Rooney on The Lucy Show This is...
I've been watching random stuff on TV all day...watching an old Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland movie...they were so darn cute together!🎥
Like I said, the Hurricane Lounge Pool... As frequented by Ronald Reagan and Mickey Rooney:
Beautiful signed photo of young Mickey Rooney from Baudelaire Antiques via
Imagine if Mickey Rooney was a gun-wielding terrorist who verbally battered and then killed those who said they have a relationship with God
The celebrity guest star was the only one I got right. I remembered Kirk Cameron and Mickey Rooney. Guessed btwn the other 2.
1939 Mickey Rooney plays with his dog
Mickey Rooney Meets Liz Taylor: Planning for the 2nd Marriage and Beyond - See more at:
With my grandma watching The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn starring Mickey Rooney filmed in 1939. A classic never goes out of style.
Huckleberry Finn with Mickey Rooney from 1939 is one of my favorites. Have to watch it every time it's on.
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Mickey Rooney funeral set for today at Hollywood Forever - A funeral service for celebrated actor...
Mickey Rooney as Huckleberry Finn. The fake name he chooses in one scene is the same as my daughter's. Too bad she doesn't like to read.
Iggy Azalea's "style" will one day be remembered as fondly as Mickey Rooney's performance in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
On this day in 1939: A very busy day for Judy on the MGM lot. She, along with Mickey Rooney and the rest of the...
If past is precedent, I'm sure Michael Bay's direction to Watanabe will be to play it just like Mickey Rooney's Mr. Yunioshi.
MOVIES HAVE THE POWER TO defy the law of space and time. As such, this double feature takes me back in time to visit and re-appreciate the grace and star quality of the silver screen icons of yesteryear such as Sophia Loren, Richard Harris, Eva Gardner, Gene Hackman, Candise and Mickey Rooney. You don't need a time machine to travel back in time. Just watch old movies like I do. (My new bluray review 7/12)
Just finished watching National Velvet and can confirm that Mickey Rooney was indeed world class.
R.I.P. Horace Silver. One of the greatest Jazz pianists of our time. He and Art Blakey formed the Jazz Messengers together. Horace's solo career was amazing as well as a side man. During his solo career he was best known for these albums, Sister Sadie, Cape Verdean Blues, and Song for My Father. We lose icons like Horace, Casey Kasem, Bob Hoskins, Mickey Rooney, Harold Ramis, and Sid Caesar in the same year, Sad.
Moon River~Barbra Streisand "Moon River" is a song composed by Henry Mancini with lyrics written by Johnny Mercer. It received an Academy Award for Best Original Song for its first performance by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany's. It also won Mancini the 1962 Grammy Award for Record of the Year and Mercer the Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Since its original performance, the song has been covered by many other artists. Breakfast at Tiffany's is a 1961 American romantic comedy film starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, and featuring Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney. The film was directed by Blake Edwards and released by Paramount Pictures. It is loosely based on the novella of the same name by Truman Capote. Breakfast at Tiffany's was received positively at the time, and was nominated for five Academy Awards, Best Actress for Hepburn, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Art Direction, winning two for Best Original Score and Best Original Song for th ...
is today. We honor Mickey Rooney & his personal fight against elder abuse
It's on again!!! One of the greatest movies of all time!!! "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World!" Starring...everyone!!! Mickey Rooney, Ethel Merman, Jimmy Durante, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle, Buddy Hackett, Jonathan Winters, Spencer Tracy, *** Shawn, Edie Adams, Phil Silvers, and more...non-stop laughs and a bevy of classic cars and car chases. This flick never gets old!
Watching a great old movie with a long time family friend, ( Jimmy Lloyd) in it. Its a mad, mad, mad, mad, mad world. Oh and there's a few other stars of the time that weren't too bad in it too. Ethel Merman, Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, Jonathan Winters, Chill Wills, Milton Berle, Buddy Hackett.
Girl Crazy 1990 studio cast Here is the most faithful recording of this score.Judy Blazer,my friend ,sings the original role of Ginger Rogers...The role of Ethel Merman is played here by Lorna Luft... "Widely known for its (very loose) 1943 Hollywood adaptation with Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland, this musical is among the Gershwins' very best. Originally a star vehicle for Bert Lahr, the original 1930 production also featured Ginger Rogers and Ethel Merman. This new complete recording includes pros like Lorna Luft, Judy Blazer, Vicki Lewis, and David Carroll, and all of them do a bang-up job. The book is a mere pretext: most of the songs are self-contained and could be used in just about any story, and many quickly became classics ("Embraceable You," "But Not for Me," "I Got Rhythm," "Bidin' My Time.") The upbeat score--the original pit orchestra included Glenn Miller, Gene Krupa, and Benny Goodman--sees George Gershwin in complete sync with his jazz-crazed times. There's barely a wrinkle on this 70-year ...
I'm 70 years late but I just discovered I love Mickey Rooney! I recorded a bunch of his early movies, Andy Hardy and ones with Judy Garland & Shirley Temple...he's amazing, such charisma, confidence, cocky as can be! Ava Gardner married him?? Gotta read his bio
I was holding in a burp when they announced Mickey Rooney died.
The dessicated corpse of Mickey Rooney with a *** the size of a toothpick says what?
(I say that because he looks like Mickey Rooney)
Remember that punk forensic scientist on Law & Order SVU that was basically a blonde teenage *** version of Mickey Rooney
The best movies were made when Judy Garland, Clark Gable, Mickey Rooney, and Marilyn Monroe were the stars in every one 😍
Breakfast at Tiffany's is one of the few classic movies that would be improved by cutting out some scenes. (All of Mickey Rooney's)
So Mickey Rooney, gender bending and Hattie McDaniel? What lead you to torture yourself with such things?
I'm waiting on the Baroness-but if she's not here by 9 I will join in-should beat Mickey Rooney race car movie I'm watching,
Tomorrow on Step Back Cinema: What do Mickey Rooney, James Cagney, and the Bard of Avon have in common? Check in tomorrow for the answer as we look back to the 1930s!
Kyle--real thanks for sharing my loving tribute to Mickey Rooney
You will be missed Mickey Rooney. Thanks for all the laughs, R. I. P.
Final facial designs for Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland! Looking forward to announcing who are voicing their roles next week :)
Mickey Rooney stars as a once-great horse jockey who, much like sports star Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds of today, is facing lifetime suspension from the sp...
A shocking MICKEY ROONEY as a crooked jockey losing his mind! Mickey is AWESOME SCARY! This is the main story...
One of my greatest joys of working in NH was meeting Mickey Rooney In Sugar Babies. RIP, Andy Hardy. http…
On this day in 1941: Judy, Mickey Rooney, and Lewis Stone posed for publicity photos for "Life Begins for Andy...
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How long has our war on Terror been going on? How many celebeties of this time period have stepped up and served the military. I can't think of one. But during the 4 years that World War II was raging around the world there were many that serve. Many were major stars. Here is a list I found. Don Adams - USMC, Contracted malaria on Guadalcanal [ John Agar - US Army Air Corps, Sergeant. Gene Autry - Flight Officer, Air Transport Command, 1942-1946 Eddie Albert - US Navy. Drove Amtracks in several Pacific invasions. He served in the landings at Saipan in 1943, where he rescued wounded and stranded Marines from the beachhead. At Tarawa, he was wounded and lost most of his hearing and earned the Bronze Star. James Arness - US Army, Wounded at Anzio. Purple Heart and Bronze Star Martin Balsam - US Army. Richard Boone - US Navy. Neville Brand - US Army. Ernest Borgnine he served in the U.S. Navy for twelve years, joining before WWII. Mel Brooks (Melvin Kaminsky) joined army in WWII and became a combat eng ...
Who do I know that died this year. Shirley Temple. Mickey Rooney. Maya Angelou. Ruby Dee. Hmm. Well that's four. In like months apart. Wow.
kinda looks like a young Mickey Rooney
I did! It was Mickey Rooney, and he was singing at a church... I was the youngest one there.
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland would be proud!
Odgrzy--I just want to express what many people feel about Mickey Rooney
Gerard--Mickey Rooney is gone but very much HERE,every time I see him in a film
If I published this a year or a few years from now, I would still feel the same way about MIckey Rooney...
Well, this has been quite a hellish year for famous stars to die so far... first it was Roger Lloyd Pack, then Mickey Rooney, then Doc Neeson and now Rik Mayall!! Who else is going to die next? :(
This is as stupid as Mickey Rooney's cassette acting classes. Bless your heart Franco.
This is the fabulous Palace Theater in Syracuse New York. On Saturday August 23 at 7:00pm, join us for another incredible evening with our most gracious Emcee Michael Siewert and his presentation of the world famous Judy Garlands wardrobe, called The Dressing of A Legend! Then, hold on to you seats as you witness the transcendent talents of the 2013 Hallo Award Winner, Peter Mac as Judy Garland. With producer D.j. Schaefer, Peter Mac has been endorsed by the late Mickey Rooney and Margaret O'Brien.
81! jeez cant believe he's as old as George Burns, mickey Rooney and obafemi Martins! That is crazy. Ah well happy birthday to gene wilder, he kept us smiling through the 70s,80s and er 90s!
Attorneys are busy razing estates of the rich and famous? Casey Kasem, Mickey Rooney, Tracy Morgan, Justin Bieber.Mathew 27...are you going to let the murderer go, or take Jesus off the cross this time around?
My impression on reading "Enlightenment as Mass Deception" again has made me realize a few things: 1) Adorno and Horkheimer really didn't like Mickey Rooney, 2) the fact that Mickey Rooney JUST died means that he was really, really old and, therefore, 3) in the war between Adorno/Horkheimer v. Rooney I think Mickey Rooney wins.
Mickey Rooney visits Judy Garland and "Terry" (aka "Toto") at early rehearsals for THE WIZARD OF OZ..(Note blonde wig not used..) Lower Right Mickey Rooney posing with picture of the :partner" he mourned all his life..(Reunited at last a few months ago! God Bless them Both!)
So bereft of comprehension was it that Madam Miaow felt compelled to write a FAQ U BBC. FAQs about BEAs for the BBC, casting directors and reviewers: Q: Is it true that East Asians can only play East Asians? A: East Asian people are said to possess a wide range of human emotions. If you are nice to them, they are often nice back. If you are horrid, they may very well get cross. If, for example, you are in an accident, you may be lucky enough to find East Asians willing to call an ambulance, staunch the bleeding and tie a tourniquet, clear your airways, crack a joke to cheer you up and phone your mum to let her know you may be some time. In real life in the UK we find Chinese bus drivers, Korean traffic wardens, Thai teachers, plus scientists, lawyers and doctors from a whole slew of East Asian origins. Look out for them — we're sure you'll find them. Q: Is it true that only East Asians can play East Asians? A: Yes, when white actors play East Asians — such as John Wayne as Genghis Khan, Mickey Rooney ...
Entertainment legend Mickey Rooney, who bounced on stage before he was two and rarely left the spotlight for the next nine decades, first winning fame as the teenage Andy Hardy and then going on to appear in over 100 films, along with stints on television and in the theater, died Sunday at the age o…
Mickey Rooney was still Andy Hardy to Americans, despite a life of turmoil - New York Daily News
“Great Memory! why does he look like Mickey Rooney from Night At The Museum? 😂
We managed to reference both Mickey AND Andy Rooney in this week's episode. I'm proud of us.
'Captain America' soars! Yahoo to try video again. RIP Mickey Rooney. - Los Angeles Times
Mickey Rooney dies: Five of his most memorable movie roles - The original theatrical trailer for "Life Begins for...
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Mickey Rooney, with gumption and grit, put on a show - Los Angeles Times
are you really just Mickey Rooney, punk?
I mean, there's a reason HE was the love of hers and Mia's lives, not Mickey Rooney and Woody Allen.
One of my all-time favorites, despite the presence of Mickey Rooney.
I watched Phantom of the Megaplex always cuz I loved Mickey Rooney...
He was the Mickey Rooney on Major League Baseball. Was in the big's for 66 years. 66 freaking years.
Omg I never knew that in the Fox and the Hound that Mickey Rooney played the voice of Tod (the Fox) and Kurt Russel was the voice of Copper! :O Awesome! :D
It's a great big universe & we're all so very puny just a tiny little speck about the size of Mickey Rooney
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Actor Mickey Rooney, a Hollywood legend whose career spanned more than 80 years, has died. He was 93.
"When I say I do, the justice of the peace replies, 'I know, I know...'". ~ Mickey Rooney
Mickey Rooney: A long and remarkable career in film, TV -
This is amazing. I don't know who put this together, but I found it very interesting. They Were Men.. We will never see their like again-- in this lifetime. Many people today don't have any idea who these Men were…and that's a pity. Stewart Hayden, US Marines and OSS . Smuggled guns into Yugoslavia and parachuted into Croatia . James Stewart , US Army Air Corps. Bomber pilot who rose to the rank of Brig. General. Ernest Borgnine , US Navy. Gunners Mate 1C, destroyer USS Lamberton. Ed McMahon, US Marines. Fighter Pilot. (Flew OE-1 Bird Dogs over Korea as well.) Telly Savalas , US Army. Walter Matthau , US Army Air Corps., B-24 Radioman/Gunner and cryptographer. Steve Forrest , US Army. Wounded, Battle of the Bulge. Jonathan Winters, USMC. Battleship USS Wisconsin and Carrier USS Bon Homme Richard. Anti-aircraft gunner, Battle of Okinawa. Paul Newman, US Navy Rear seat gunner/radioman, torpedo bombers of USS Bunker Hill Kirk Douglas , US Navy. Sub-chaser in the Pacific. Wounded in action and medically dis ...
to be fair though I reckon Mickey Rooney would have scored that one Henry
Today in Television History:. 1955 - The "Mickey Rooney Show" was aired on NBC for the last time.
From Wikipedia: "One of the distinct characteristics of every Marion's Piazza location is the photos found on the walls. During the 1960s, 1970s, and into the 1980s, the Kenley Players would hold cast parties at Marion's after their summer theatre performances. Today, the walls are filled with black and white photographs of the parties. Many of the photos are autographed by the celebrities. The photographs include celebrities such as Paul Lynde, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Sandy Duncan, Sally Field, McLean Stevenson, Barry Williams, Gary Sandy, Loni Anderson, Robert Goulet, Mickey Rooney, William Shatner, Tim Conway, Morgan Fairchild, Dom DeLuise, Joyce DeWitt, Billy Crystal, Bill Bixby, Karla DeVito, Rip Taylor, and George Hamilton among others. The photos serve as memorial of Marion's tradition in the Dayton area." We took advantage of this special last night! :)
Mickey Rooney in Baby Face Nelson April 4, 1958 Mickey Rooney gives an energetic ,scary and persuasive performance in this crisp and edgy don Siegel movie. T...
Almost from the beginning of TELEVISION; the new medium became very attractive to large commercial advertisers. Rexall Drug Company's first venture into network TV entertainment was Pinocchio, in 1957, starring MICKEY ROONEY. Courtesy Rob Tucker/Memory Lane Magazine Archives.
1939 - THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND - Donald Duck is after Mickey Rooney for an autograph. Courtesy Rob Tucker/Memory Lane...
FUN MEDIA FACT: On this day in 1955, "The Mickey Rooney Show" aired on NBC for the final time.
Mickey Rooney's crazy pills. Take one at breakfast, one at lunch, and by dinner, you'll be up on the roof, pooping in the chimney! HOLD OUT YOUR STOCKINGS, KIDS!
This week, another major character in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" left us. However, this time it wasn't an actor or crew member. Instead, the central set of the film, "Santa Rosita State Park," was mercilessly destroyed in a horrific melee of saws and flying wood chips. The specifics? Over 20 large trees that were planted specially by Kramer's technicians to simulate a park were cut down. Deep tire tracks can be seen leading to the sad stumps of the trees. The "Big Comma," the last remaining vestige of the Big W, was included in the destruction, making the central plot point of the nearly 51-year-old film a mere memory. The park set was built in 1962, in the backyard of the Harden Gatehouse at 5500 Palos Verdes Dr. S, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Formerly a bleak field and cliff, director Stanley Kramer ordered his production techs to create a beautiful oasis for the Big W scenes. That beautiful oasis is now a completely unrecognizable flat dirt field, probably slated for completely different landscapin ...
A year ago today, my husband & I buried his Dad, we traveled to Atlanta, where he had been in a Nursing Home for about a year. He died from complications from his Alzheimers, he constantly fell & was under constant care. He was a double for Mickey Rooney & just a riot! Shortly before he died, he escaped the Nursing Home, walked to a Harley Dealer & somehow conned the salesman into letting him ride off on a Harley!!! His five sons turned the funeral parlor into a something shy of a brothel, Lololll, only kidding, but they had no chairs set up, every one stood, I was waiting for the rolling bar to come in, the five sons told story after story that brought me to tears of laughter.when I got there & stood over his coffin, my sister in laws, yeah, all of them, surrounded me, they had placed one of my beautiful handmade rosaries in his hands, he holds them through eternity! God rest your soul, James Darcy, may the road rise up to meet you, may the sun shine warm upon your face, may the wind blow warm upon ...
Photo: Mickey Rooney meets up with future swim goddess Esther Williams in Andy Hardy's Double Life (1942).
Night at the Museum is a solid flick. I'll always watch when on TV. Mickey Rooney/Ben Stiller scenes are the best.
'A Slight Case of Larceny' is Mickey Rooney's 'The Honeymooners' - reviewed on UnrealTV
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland-anyone remembers them for classic Andy Hardy movies?
... So night at the museum is on, and Mickey Rooney says "You crackin' wise, kid?!"
Found my ticket from the touring company of The Wizard of Oz, starring Mickey Rooney as the Wizard. He could barely remember his lines
Florence Lawrence was also buried at the Hollywood Forever cemetery, along with other film legends (including Mickey Rooney!)
Vince Vaughn's casting did not ruin the Psycho remake, that was a bad movie no matter what. Mickey Rooney's...
Also a lot of people don't know that he sprang forth, fully-formed, from the loins of Mickey Rooney.
LOL - I have no idea who Andy Rooney is (unless he's Mickey's little boy) but I'm beginning to like him a lot.
Wayne Rooney lets out a roar for the Three Lions in World Cup poster via
I was going to try a follow up Mickey Rooney in Bridges of Toko Ri joke, but it;s been years and I can't remember the details
THIS Sunday is the next guest in my "Legends" series...ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK!!! . Mickey Rooney, Debbie Reynolds,...
Raising finishing funds for Mickey Rooney's last movie, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Check it out at
Settlement reached over Mickey Rooney burial -
Mickey Rooney describes his lovely friendship with Judy Garland:
Mickey Rooney, the child actor who became the world's top box-office star, has died aged 93. Born in Brooklyn, he began his career aged 18 months in his pare.
Is Roy Hodgson doing a 'Mickey' and telling Wayne Rooney to chase the chicken?
Tony DeGuide you have one of the last movies of screen legend Mickey Rooney EVER!!
I like to nippy and play suck. Why did the corn kidnap Harold Pinter? To scout Mickey Rooney.
Mickey Rooney acted in every decade he lived in; with films spanning from 1926 through 2014... http:/…
Mickey Rooney, child actor who went on to lifetime of stardom, dies at 93 - Washington Post
Marilyn Monroe attends "The Emperor Waltz" Premiere on 26 May 1948 with Mickey Rooney in Hollywood. The film was directed by Billy Wilder and starred Bing Crosby and Joan Fontaine.
Esther Jane Williams (August 8, 1921 – June 6, 2013) was an American competitive swimmer and actress. Williams set multiple national and regional swimming records in her late teens as part of the Los Angeles Athletic Club swim team. Unable to compete in the 1940 Summer Olympics because of the outbreak of World War II, she joined Billy Rose's Aquacade, where she took on the role vacated by Eleanor Holm after the show's move from New York City to San Francisco. While in the city, she spent five months swimming alongside Olympic gold medal winner and Tarzan star, Johnny Weissmuller.[1] Williams caught the attention of MGM scouts at the Aquacade. After appearing in several small roles, alongside Mickey Rooney in an Andy Hardy film, and future five-time co-star Van Johnson in A Guy Named Joe, Williams made a series of films in the 1940s and early 1950s known as "aquamusicals," which featured elaborate performances with synchronized swimming and diving. From 1945 to 1949, Williams had at least one film listed ...
Memorial Day, again here (- it seems to come around so often...) And of course as always with these days they seem to serve (loaded word) a kind of universal purpose: to decry all war - for as we all know who have seen it there's no honor no real glory to be had in serving in a war in the name of freedom or of God or whatever and there is no real nobility in poetry about it either actually yes neither in pain or tragedy itself nor in homage to or remembrance of it, no value or "wisdom" to be gained from lives filled with sadness as a result of it but if at least there is a will to share it as to share a burden all is not lost - so to that end here's a fresh one from that old corpse-littered battlefield of the mind (in response to that insistent prompt): poem on the border (November 25th) not much just more empty thoughts about these strange wars we conduct with words like "duty" some connect to it for whatever reason they may have or not but still comply perhaps of a perceived necessity who knows about a ...
A 19 year old Ava Gardner & Mickey Rooney on their wedding day, 1942.
Recently, I saw a story entitled: "Mickey Rooney's Tragic End!" The gist of it is that he was one of the biggest stars of the 20th Century, but when he died his estate was worth only $18,000. That doesn't sound very tragic to me. He lived to be 93. He was one of the most famous men in America. At one point he was one of the wealthiest actors in Hollywood. You know, you can't take it with you when you go... so, it's awe-inspiring that he was able to spend it all before he died. That's not tragic, that's a winning score!
A proud Veteran, recently passed...Thanks for your service to our Nation, Mickey Rooney! with Jan Rooney
Hollywood at War, Mickey Rooney performing for the troops
Anybody remember the movie"Hitari" with John Wayne and Mickey Rooney? Al and my Mom used to take Graham and the to the drive-in to see it. It was one of Al's favorite's. Nice memory.'s playing on the tv right now.
Hollywood veterans roll call. Here is a handful. Thank you... Drew Carey Before comedian Drew Carey made a name for himself in stand-up comedy, becoming a household name starring in his own comedy sitcom, The Drew Carey Show, and began his stint hosting the popular game show, The Price Is Right in 2007, Carey served six years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Ice-T Actor (Law and Order: Special Victims Unit) and rapper (first hip-hop album, Rhyme Pays) Ice-T (aka Tracy Marrow) served four years in the U.S. Army in the 25th Infantry Division after he graduated from high school. MC Hammer After attending college, rapper MC Hammer (aka Stanley Kirk Burrell) joined the Navy as an Aviation Store Keeper 3rd Class, serving three years. Mel Brooks Emmy, Oscar, Grammy and Tony winner Mel Brooks served as a corporal in the Army during World War II, where he was assigned to the Battle of the Bulge. Chuck Norris The Walker, Texas Ranger star was in the United States Air Force. "While stationed in Korea, he trained in Tang So ...
Woke up today with 1 mission. To find the film NATIONAL VELVET starring Elizabeth Taylor & Mickey Rooney. Downloaded high quality, I know what I'm watching later..Love these bloody classic movies I do...
We remember the life and legacy of the legendary Mickey Rooney. A proud veteran of World War II, Mickey joined the AVC as Honorary Marshal in the National Memorial Day Parade in 2008. He was eager to help call attention to his fellow veterans, and was truly one of a kind.
Why does anyone care about the Kardashian freak show? Another wedding in a long line of weddings as she chases Mickey Rooney and Zsa Zsa for the record for the most weddings of a celebrity without talent. And worse, I know some people who try to emulate them! Losers mimicking losers. A giant waste of life.
I heard that the comedy Night At The Museum, 3, starring Ben Stiller, Ben Kingsley, and Robin Williams, is in production only a few miles from where I live. (parts of it...) Ben Kingsley as an Egyptian Pharaoh, and Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt. this should be good. :-) Sadly, it also features Mickey Rooney's last film role before he passed away.
Isn't that Mickey Rooney's line in movie he did with Judy Garland? Oh, wait, that was "show". Never mind.
RIP John Pinette. Such a funny man. And the brilliant, Mickey Rooney, who I met when he guest starred on Full House. http:…
Old celebrities be getting done wrong, mofo's be dissapearing, getting their plugs pulled and neglected. From "Mickey Rooney", to "Casey Casem" all the way down to "Richard Pryor and that little guy from "Different Strokes" ***
Heard John Pinette and Mickey Rooney both died the same day this month. A couple years back, a film with them would 've be…
I still can't believe Mickey Rooney died 😔
n news: Rooney's Widow Demands Slice of Tiny Estate - Mickey Rooney may not have left a celebrity-sized for...
EXCLUSIVE: biological children are contesting his will -- See what they're claiming:
Mickey Rooney widow to contest will leaving modest fortune to stepson via
Mickey Rooney's widow contests late actor's will
This is the next county up from us, the other half of our Smith Mountain Lake is in Bedford County. You will love some of these special events at D-Day Memorial. They were the only ones open last summer/fall with the shut downs as it is privately owned and operated. Mickey Rooney (RIP) help orchestrate it being created to honor the town that lost more per capita in D-Day...
Little Giant Ladders
Mickey Rooney's widow is contesting a will the actor signed just weeks before his death.
which one is it? First u said Walt Disney named mickey mouse ofter mickey rooney, now ur saying his wife wanted mickey.
Ken Carroll- Keith Green sings a song titled, "He'll take care of the rest." Think about that phrase in light of the world we live in. How many things clutter your mind and weigh you down? In John 14:27 Jesus gives us two commands.don't worry and don't be afraid. This scripture was instrumental in leading me to Christ. I read this while in the U.S. Navy, I remember saying, if He could do this for me, I was coming with Him. Today I write these words because He has done that and more. I remember telling people they were *** for believing such an antiquated tradition and book. Then He met me. Actually He was waiting for me.waiting for me to fall down and not want to get up. That didn't take too long! He picked me up, held me close, turned me around, took my hand and told me to walk with Him. Isaiah 41:10-13, John 10:3-4 Still walking with Him today and yes, He is still walking with me. Our life is good or miserable by virtue of the company we choose or the company we reject. You are blessed because He cal .. ...
MICKEY MOUSE & MICKEY ROONEY Posted: 12 May 2014 12:30 AM PDT To get an idea of how far removed from reality or at least from the truth liberals are, you merely had to listen to them insist that when Eric Holder appeared before Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, boohooing about the way he and Obama are treated, he wasn’t referring to the fact they’re both black. The truth is that virtually everything Holder does or says is racial in nature. Some would even say “racist.” He was the fellow, you might recall, who called whites cowards for being unwilling to speak honestly about race, by which he meant fess up to being bigots. Also, according to certain lawyers at the Justice Department, upon taking office, Holder announced it would not be his policy to charge non-whites with hate crimes or civil rights infractions. What’s more, he proved he meant it when he refused to indict the Black Panthers for intimidating white voters in Philadelphia during the 2008 presidential election. Under his despi ...
We'd've more chance of winning if Roy picked Mickey Rooney & He's DEAD!
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Legendary actor Mickey Rooney dies at 93 - Actor Mickey Rooney has...
Thinking of child actors Shirley Temple Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Jackie Coogan...they all turned out okay from what I know
Fight over Mickey Rooney's remains averted - Mickey Rooney's wife has agreed to drop a legal claim over her...
Mickey Rooney’s Widow To Contest Actor’s Will: Mickey Rooney’s widow plans to challenge the validity of his wi...
Mickey Rooney's widow to contest will leaving $18,000 estate to stepson
Last night we watch the story of Richard Rogers and Laurenz Hart. It featured many of their songs sang by some of the top singer such as Perry Como , Lena Horne and Judy Garland. Mickey Rooney played Laurenz Hart. Watching him perform , you start to realize that Mickey was playing himself.
Jan Rooney, the Hollywood legend's estranged eighth wife, denies signing away her rights to his legacy More on Mickey RooneyMickey Rooney's widow is to contest a will which left the Hollywood legend's estate to his stepson, according to the Telegraph.Rooney, who died last month at the age of 93, sig
I'm watching" Humoresque" (tho not all at once) and found that the actor who played the John Garfield role as a child is Robert Blake. What are your favorite movies with child actors/actresses who later became very famous? Mine are Elizabeth Taylor in "Jane Eyre" and later in" Lassie Come Home". Roddy McDowell in "How Green was My Valley" Jean Simmons in "Great Expectations". Mickey Rooney in "Midsummer NIght's Dream" (although he was not one of my favorites he was perfect in this). Dean Stockwell "The Secret Garden". I know there are more, but now it's your turn. ;) It doesn't have to be their first film.
Hard to believe an actor that was one of Hollywoods top box office draws and nominated for Oscars in the 40s, 50s and 80s died broke! ~Mickey Rooney
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