|Directed by||Jesse Duffy
Wesley Morton (assistant director)
|Produced by||Larry Darmour|
|Written by||Fontaine Fox
Levering, Blaiklock, & Young (story)
Shirley Jeane Rickert
|Music by||Lee Zahler|
|Edited by||Dwight Caldwell|
|Distributed by||Post Pictures Corp.|
Mickey's Minstrels is a 1934 short film in Larry Darmour's Mickey McGuire series starring a young Mickey Rooney. Directed by Jesse Duffy, the two-reel short was released to theaters on January 11, 1934 by Post Pictures Corp.
Mickey and the Gang help cheer up Jimmy, a little sick boy, by giving him a puppy that they found. Unknown to the kids, the puppy actually belongs to Stinkie Davis. Stinkie and his father make the kids pay $10.00 in order to make up for the stolen puppy. The kids build a big grinding organ, with Mickey acting as the organ grinder, and Billy acting as the monkey. Later, the kids put on a minstrel show in a local talent contest.
In Order by Credits:
- Mickey Rooney - Mickey McGuire
- Douglas Scott - "Stinkey" Davis
- Marvin Stephens - "Katrink"
- Billy Barty - Billy McGuire (Mickey's Little Brother)
- Jimmie Robinson - "Hambone" Johnson
- Shirley Jeane Rickert - "Tomboy" Taylor
- Robert McKenize - Grocery Man (uncredited)
- Spencer Bell - Frightened Man (uncredited)
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