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Mickey One (27-Sep-1965)

Director: Arthur Penn

Writer: Alan Surgal

Music Composed by: Eddie Sauter

Producer: Arthur Penn

Keywords: Crime

A nightclub comic on the run from the Detroit mob tries to restart his career, but he can't attract too much attention. Excellent cinematography, jazz great Stan Getz with improvisations. Some find this film brilliant, others call it a pretentious derivative of French New Wave.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Beatty
30-Mar-1937   Dick Tracy
Jeff Corey
10-Aug-1914 16-Aug-2002 Little Big Man
Hurd Hatfield
7-Dec-1917 26-Dec-1998 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Franchot Tone
27-Feb-1905 18-Sep-1968 Advise and Consent


Warren Beatty   ...   Mickey
Hurd Hatfield   ...   Castle
Alexandra Stewart   ...   Jenny
Jeff Corey   ...   Fryer
Teddy Hart   ...   Berson
Kamatari Fujiwara   ...   The Artist
Franchot Tone   ...   Ruby Lopp
Donna Michelle   ...   The Girl
Ralph Foody   ...   Police Captain
Norman Gottschalk   ...   The Evangelist
Dick Lucas   ...   Employment Agent
Jack Goodman   ...   Cafeteria Manager
Jeri Jensen   ...   Helen
Charlene Lee   ...   The Singer
Benny Dunn   ...   Nightclub Comic
Denise Darnell   ...   Stripper
Dick Baker   ...   Boss at Shaley's
Helen Witkowski   ...   Landlady
William Koza   ...   Art Gallery Patron
David Crane   ...   Art Gallery Patron
Mike Fish   ...   Italian Restaurant Owner
Greg Louis   ...   Bartender
Gus Christy   ...   Bartender
David Elsen   ...   Desk Clerk
Robert Sickinger   ...   Policeman
Lew Prentiss   ...   Kismet Boss
Grace Colette   ...   B-Girl
Boris Gregurevitch   ...   Kismet Comic
James Middleton   ...   Iggie
Dink Freeman   ...   Xanadu M.C.


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