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Mickey Rooney Remembered

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 Movie Addict HQ remembers the legendary Mickey Rooney with a celebration of his remarkable show biz career. Joining in this tribute are comedian George Bettinger, film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Movie Guide founder Diana Saenger.

Mickey passed away on April 6th at the age of 93. He leaves behind a legacy of versatile performances on film, stage and TV. He was the top box office star three years in a row (1939, 1940, 1941) and earned four Oscar nominations for supporting performances in Black Stallion, The Bold and the Brave, The Human Comedy and Babes in Arms. In 1938, Mickey won the Juvenile Actor Oscar, and in 1983  received an Honorary Oscar for over 50 years of outstanding performances.  

Making his first film appearance at six years of age, Mickey began wowing audiences with his singing, dancing and ability to do roles in both comedy and drama. He achieved great success in the Andy Hardy films and as Judy Garland’s partner in a string of backyard musicals, including Babes in Arms, Babes on Broadway, Strike Up the Band and Girl Crazy. 

Mickey also won acclaim as a burlesque comic in Broadway’s Sugar Babies and as the mentally challenged Bill on television. The Internet Data Base lists a whopping 337 acting credits for Mickey Rooney!    

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