Mickey (1918 film)
|Directed by||F. Richard Jones
|Produced by||Mabel Normand
|Written by||J.G. Hawks|
Hans F. Koenekamp
Frank D. Williams
|Edited by||John O'Donnell|
|Distributed by||States Rights Independent Exchanges
Film Booking Office of America (FBO)
Mickey is a 1918 silent comedy-drama film starring Mabel Normand, directed by F. Richard Jones and James Young, and written by J.G. Hawks. The movie was produced by the Mabel Normand Feature Film Company.
Mickey (Normand), an orphan brought up by miners in a mining settlement, unexpectedly finds herself in a triangle through no fault of her own after being sent to New York City to live with her aunt.
"Mickey" is also the title of a song adapted from the movie,words by Harry Williams and music by Neil Moret (pseudonym for Charles N. Daniels), (c)1918 and published by Daniels & Wilson of San Francisco and New York.
- Mabel Normand as Mickey
- George Nichols as Joe Meadows
- Wheeler Oakman as Herbert Thornhill
- Minta Durfee as Elsie Drake
- Laura La Varnie as Mrs. Geoffrey Drake
- Lew Cody as Reggie Drake
- Tom Kennedy as Tom Rawlings
- Minnie Devereaux as Minnie
Mickey was the highest grossing film of 1918, with a worldwide gross of $8,000,000 and made on a budget of $250,000.
- Coons, Robin (June 30, 1939). "Hollywood Chatter". The Daytona Beach News-Journal. Google. Retrieved February 27, 2011.
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- Mickey in Those Magnificent Mountain Movies (pg. 58) by W. Lee Cozad
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