Mickey (1918)

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Mickey, an orphan who has been brought up in a mining settlement, is sent to New York to live with her aunt.


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  • Laura La Varnie and Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)
  • Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)
  • Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)
  • Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)
  • Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)
  • Mabel Normand in Mickey (1918)

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Directors:

F. Richard Jones , James Young

Writers:

Hampton Del Ruth (story), J.G. Hawks

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11 August 2004 | johnny-m
Mabel Normand Extravaganza
'Mickey', as all Mabel Normand films, has her at the centre of attention from the beginning till the end. The camera, the action, the entire plot, are all attracted to her like magnets. And Normand is excellent in this film, establishing her status as silent era's first lady of comedy.

And we do have a great comedy. Full of suspense, 'Mickey' is never tiring, never boring. We are to witness the adventures of a mine-owner young girl, who cares for mining as much as donkeys care for belts being pushed down their throats. She is a mischievous child who, even when she is brought in the rich household of her aunt in the East, never tires to be a child. Yet it is remarkable what love can do.

The supporting cast is all first rate, with Wheeler Oakman, George Nichols, Minnie Devereaux or Laura La Varnie, all delivering some great comedic performances that seem to be untouched by the axe of time. But they are all there for Normand, who does everything from jumping nude into the water to riding horses and some impressive high altitude stunts. She was one of a kind, and 'Mickey' is there to prove it.

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