EVERYTHING'S DUCKY MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: BUDDY HACKETT, MICKEY ROONEY - HFSID 297030
EVERYTHING'S DUCKY MOVIE CAST: MICKEY ROONEY and BUDDY HACKETT Both actors are shown in Navy fatigues in a still from the film Everything's Ducky (1961) Photograph signed:
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EVERYTHING'S DUCKY MOVIE CAST: MICKEY ROONEY and BUDDY HACKETT Both actors are shown in Navy fatigues in a still from the film Everything's Ducky (1961) Photograph signed: "Mickey/Rooney" and "Buddy Hackett" in black felt tip, b/w, 10x8. Movie still from the comedy Everything's Ducky (1961). MICKEY ROONEY (1920-2014), born Joe Yule, Jr., was the son of vaudevillians who put him into their act when he was only 15 months old. He debuted onscreen in the silent short Not to Be Trusted in 1926 at the age of six. In 1998, 72 years later, Rooney appeared in Babe: Pig in the City and a later film, The Fighting Temptations, was released in 2003. During the course of his career, Rooney received four Academy Award nominations: two for Best Actor (Babes in Arms, 1939; The Human Comedy, 1943) and two for Best Supporting Actor (The Bold and the Brave, 1956; The Black Stallion, 1979). He was awarded special Oscars in 1938 "for significant contribution in bringing to the screen the spirit and personification of youth, and as a juvenile player setting a high standard of ability and achievement" and in 1982 "in recognition of his 60 years of versatility in a variety of memorable film performances". Rooney, who also won a Golden Globe Best Actor award for his performance in the TV movie, Bill (1981), starred in 16 films as Andy Hardy, the wise-cracking son of a small-town judge, from 1937 to 1958. Baby-faced comedian BUDDY HACKETT (1924-2003) was equally comfortable as a risqué, improvisational nightclub entertainer and a figure in family films such as The Music Man (1962) and The Love Bug (1968). Appearing on TV as early as 1945, he had his own sitcom a decade later: Stanley (1956). Moreover, he starred in the Broadway Comedy Lunatics and Lovers (1953). Fine condition.
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