Mickey (1948 film)

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Mickey
Directed by Ralph Murphy
Produced by Aubrey Schenck
Written by Peggy Goodin (novel)
Muriel Roy Bolton (screenplay)
Agnes Christine Johnston (screenplay)
Starring Lois Butler
Bill Goodwin
Irene Hervey
John Sutton
Hattie McDaniel
Music by Marlin Skiles
Cinematography John W. Boyle
Edited by Norman Colbert
Distributed by Eagle-Lion Films
Release date(s) June 23, 1948
Running time 87 min.
Country U.S.
Language English

Mickey (1948) is a coming of age comedy drama film starring Lois Butler, Bill Goodwin, Skip Homeier and Academy Award-winning actress Hattie McDaniel. The film was based on the novel Clementine by Peggy Goodin and was filmed in Cinecolor.

Synopsis[edit]

The plotline involves a young tomboy named Mickey (Butler) with a beautiful singing voice, who is torn between singing and playing on her baseball team. Meanwhile, Mickey trying to make her widowed father fall in love with her neighbor's aunt, Louise (Hervey), a woman who is helping Mickey try to be more ladylike so she can become her best friend's love interest.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Lois Butler Mickey Kelly
Bill Goodwin George R. Kelly
Irene Hervey Louise Williams
John Sutton Ted Whitney
Rose Hobart Lydia Matthews
Hattie McDaniel Bertha
Skippy Homeier Hank Evans
Beverly Wills Cathy Williams
Leon Tyler Robbie Matthews

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