When I think of Mickey, I always think of this scene from “The Human Comedy”, as gut-wrenching a scene as you’ll ever watch, and great acting from him.
He was awesome with Jackie Gleason in Requiem for a Heavyweight as well.
I think I enjoyed his “Andy Hardy” stories best. They were light hearted, easy to watch and pleasant to remember.
A triple threat who could act, too, when given half a chance, and not just ape, which is what he was usually called upon to do. A career longer than Bob Hope's?
Imagine. Woodrow Wilson was closing out his final term, with Edith really running things, when he was born.
Another “Great” passes. I just watched this movie yesterday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nhHpuvZiUg