Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney dies at 93Loading
  • 'Babes In Arms' Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
  • Photo of Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland Reception with Mickey Rooney for his 90th birthday, American Visions of Folsom , Saturday, November 6, 5 pm to 9 pm, 718 Sutter Street, Suite 103, Folsom American Visions of Folsom "Mickey Rooney: Ten Decades in Hollywood" October 29 - November 11.2010 j hailey [mailto:jhailey@hotmail.com]
  • WIZARD ROONEY
    Actor Mickey Rooney, right, starring as "The Wizard" in the Madison Square Garden production of "The Wizard of Oz" laughs after being presented with the honorary key to the city by San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, left, during a pre-curtain ceremony at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco, Tuesday July 7, 1998. (AP Photo/Browne Zukow Case Associates, Thomas Gibbons)
    THOMAS GIBBONS | AP
  •  SAFE HARBOR
    "SAFE HARBOR" HOLLYWOOD LEGEND MICKEY ROONEY GUEST-STARS.-- Sheriff John Loring (Gregory Harrison) is called in to arrest a shady bank robber (guest star Academy and Emmy Award winner Mickey Rooney) and uses some valuable information from his mother (Rue McClanahan) to help him solve the crime. The episode entitled "Life Insurance" airs on Monday, November 1 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on The WB. Pictured (l-r): Gregory Harrison, Mickey Rooney, Rue McClanahan Credit: The WB/Gene Page Media Contact: Andrea Gruber, The WB (818) 977-2417
    Credit: The WB/Gene Page | TLP
  • ROONEY GETS LAUGH
    Dixon Arnett, director of the California Department of Aging, right, laughs as actor Mickey Rooney says he's not old but experienced in love and other matters, during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1998. The 78-year-old actor was at the Capitol as honorary spokesman for the department's campaign to promote expanded services for the elderly. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
    RICH PEDRONCELLI | AP
  • PEOPLE ROONEY
    Veteran actor Mickey Rooney, plays a duet with his co-star Jessica Grove, Thursday, Jan. 28, 1999, at a news conference in Boston, where they spoke about their roles in the stage play of The Wizard of Oz. Rooney, 78, who will play the Wizard, to co-star Grove's Dorothy, was a longtime close friend to Judy Garland, who played Dorothy in the 1939 movie. The Wizard of Oz opens Thursday evening at the Wang Theater in Boston, and plays through Feb. 7, 1999. (AP Photo/Amanda Bicknell)
    AMANDA BICKNELL | AP
  • PEOPLE ROONEY
    Actor Mickey Rooney, left, laughs while talking with comedian Buddy Hackett at a Friar's Club of California "Roast" honoring Rooney in Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, May 7, 1997. (AP Photo/E.J. Flynn)
    E.J. FLYNN | AP
  • NAMES ROONEY
    Entertainer Milton Berle, right, squeezes the cheeks of actor Mickey Rooney, as Rooney's wife Jane Rooney, center, looks on during a Friar's Club of California "Roast" honoring Rooney in Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, May 7, 1997. (AP Photo/E.J. Flynn)
    E.J. FLYNN | AP
  • HOLLYWOOD STARS
    A woman walks past Mickey Rooney's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Thursday, Aug. 21, 1997. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, trying to cut costs during subway construction, wants to demolish 122 stars on the Walk of Fame including Rooney's and replace them. Under the MTA's plan, the medallion and star would be removed and later reset in new terrazzo tile saving almost $159,000. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
    DAMIAN DOVARGANES | AP
  • FRANCE AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
    American actor Mickey Rooney waves as he arrives at the American Film Festival in Deauville, Normandy, Monday September 4, 2000. (AP Photo/Franck Prevel)
    FRANCK PREVEL | AP
  • ER
    NBC101 2/24/98 ER -- "Exodus" -- TELECASTS: Thurs., Feb. 26 (10-11 p.m. ET) -- PICTURED: (l-r) Mickey Rooney, Noah Wyle -- MICKEY ROONEY ("NATIONAL VELVET," "THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT") GUEST-STARS ON "ER" - A retired science teacher (Rooney) warns Dr. Carter (Wyle) about a toxic material which could spell danger for ER patients and staff in NBC's Emmy-winning drama. ---NBC Photo.
    NBC | NBC
  • AUSTRIA OPERA BALL
    Hollywood stars Jane Russell, left, and Mickey Rooney, right, answer questions during a press conference Wednesday, Feb.14, 1996 at Vienna's Hotel Intercontinental inAustria. Russell and Rooney are in Austria to attend the traditional Viennese Opera Ball on Thursday, Feb. 15. (AP Photo/Martin Gnedt)
    MARTIN GNEDT | AP
  • Mickey Rooney as Mr. Yunioshi in the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany's.
    Paramount Home Entertainment
  • Night at the Museum
    NATM-380 (L-R) Senior security guards Gus (Mickey Rooney), Cecil (Dick Van Dyke) and Reginald (Bill Cobbs) have more on their minds than ensuring the safety of the exhibits and visitors.
    Doane Gregory
  • JUDY GARLAND FESTIVAL
    Karl Slover, left, who played a Munchkin trumpeter in the "Wizard of Oz," and Clarence Swensen, center, who played a Munchkin soldier, applaud Mickey Rooney, right, during a stop by several movie star friends and co-stars of Judy Garland in St. Paul, Minn., Thursday, June 20, 2002. The Munchkins, Rooney and Margaret O'Brien stopped in St. Paul on their way to Grand Rapids, Minn., the birthplace of Judy Garland, to celebrate the 27th annual Judy Garland Festival and what would have been Garland's 80th birthday. (AP Photo/ Ann Heisenfelt)
    ANN HEISENFELT | AP
  • HOPES 100TH BIRTHDAY
    Actor Mickey Rooney and his wife Jane pose at ceremony dedicating the intersection of Hollywoood Boulevard and Vine Street as Bob Hope Square Thursday, May 29, 2003 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/ Nick Ut)
    NICK UT | AP
  • Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland Collection Director: Busby Berkeley Cast: Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland
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