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Mickey (June 23, 1948)

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Lois Butler in Mickey
 

Released on June 23, 1943: (running time 1 hour and 21 minutes) A tomboy teenage girl discovers springtime puppy love for herself, and a new love for her widowed father after creating havoc all around town.

Produced by Aubrey Schenck

Directed by Ralph Murphy

The Actors: Lois Butler (Mickey Kelly), Bill Goodwin (Doctor George R. Kelly), Irene Hervey (Louise Williams), John Sutton (Ted Whitney), Rose Hobart (Lydia Matthews), Hattie McDaniel (Bertha, housekeeper), Skip Homeier (Hank Evans), Beverly Wills (Cathy Williams), Leon Tyler (Robbie Matthews), Edna Bennett (unknown), Bobette Bentley (Barbara), George M. Carleton (Doctor Pierson), Victor Cutler (intern), Shirley Doble (Janet), Edward Earle (Doctor Merckle), Almeda Fowler (unknown), Jon Gilbreath (soda jerk), Ronald Harris (Tubby), Bonnie Henjum (Betty Lou), George Irving (Mr. Brent), Victor Jones (unknown), Eddie LeRoy (unknown), James Magill (police officer), Vera Marshe (Mrs. Newey), Renny McEvoy (Mr. Newey), Mira McKinney (office nurse), Franklin Parker (Cathy's father), Nydia Westman (Miss Mabel Adams, music teacher)

 

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Fifteen Years Old, Her First Love, and the Facts of Life

Mickey, played by seventeen-year-old Lois Butler, is the fifteen-year-old daughter of Doctor Kelly, a single parent in small town America. Mickey would rather play baseball with the boys than polish her nails and act like a girl. She hates being a girl, believing it is a lot more fun fighting the boys than giggling with the girls.

But this spring, with the baseball team depending on her abilities as the star catcher, something funny happens to Mickey. She discovers strange feelings inside her that she never had before. Mickey is in love with the team pitcher, and doesn't know what to do next.

Fortunately, there is a new lady visiting next door. Mickey’s friend Cathy lives next door, and her sophisticated and beautiful aunt from New York City is visiting. Irene Hervey is Aunt Louise, and she will help Mickey blossom from a tomboy to a young lady. Aunt Louise tells Mickey that clothes make the man, and the right clothes will make the man look twice.

Tomboy Mickey tries her hardest to become a young lady, but her tendency to impulsively get into trouble will make that journey very challenging for her and half the town. Alas, Mickey as usual, does all the wrong things, and stumbles into one ‘miss’ adventure after another until her reputation and the future of her dad in the new town hospital will be threatened. Can so much trouble and misunderstanding be fixed in the small town where gossip flies faster than jaybirds? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Beverly Wills
Beverly Wills
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin and Irene Hervey
Bill Goodwin and Irene Hervey
Bill Goodwin and Rose Hobart
Bill Goodwin and Rose Hobart
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin
Hattie McDaniel
Hattie McDaniel
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey and Bill Goodwin
Irene Hervey and Bill Goodwin
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey and Bill Goodwin
Irene Hervey and Bill Goodwin
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey
John Sutton
John Sutton
Leon Tyler
Leon Tyler
Leon Tyler, Rose Hobart, Bill Goodwin
Leon Tyler, Rose Hobart, Bill Goodwin
Leon Tyler and Rose Hobart
Leon Tyler and Rose Hobart
Leon Tyler playing violin
Leon Tyler playing violin
Lois Butler
Lois Butler
Lois Butler and Nydia Westman
Lois Butler and Nydia Westman
Lois Butler and Skip Homeier
Lois Butler and Skip Homeier
Nydea Westman as music teacher Miss Mabel Adams
Nydea Westman as music teacher Miss Mabel Adams
Rose Hobart and Bill Goodwin
Rose Hobart and Bill Goodwin
Skip Homeier
Skip Homeier
Skip Homeier and Lois Butler
Skip Homeier and Lois Butler
Skip Homeier
Skip Homeier
Skip Homeier
Skip Homeier