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Mickey Goldmill (Character)
from Rocky (1976)
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- "Robot Chicken"
- Ban on the Fun (2007) TV episode, Played by Seth Green
- "South Park"
- The Losing Edge (2005) TV episode, Played by Trey Parker
- Rocky V (1990) Played by Burgess Meredith
- Rocky III (1982) Played by Burgess Meredith
... aka "Rocky 3" - Japan (English title)
- Rocky II (1979) Played by Burgess Meredith (as Mickey)
... aka "Rocky 2" - Japan (English title)
- Rocky (1976) Played by Burgess Meredith (as Mickey)
- The Rocky Saga: Going the Distance (2011) TV episode, Played by Burgess Meredith
- "5 Second Movies"
- Rocky (2008) TV episode, Played by Burgess Meredith
- Rocky Balboa (2006) Played by Burgess Meredith
... aka "Rocky: The Final" - Japan (English title)
[a special, surprise gathering is being held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; A high school band finished playing "Gonna Fly Now"; citizens applauses]
Mayor: Thank you. Thank you, One and all. Every once in a while a person comes along who defies the odds, who defies logic, and fulfills an incredible dream. On behalf of all the citizens of Philadelphia, and the many who have been touched by your accomplishments and your untiring participation in this city's many charity functions, it is with tremendous honor that we present this memorial which will stand always as a celebration to the indomitable spirit of Man. Philadelphia salutes its favorite son, Rocky Balboa!
[Fans cheer and applause; unveils the bronze statue of The Italian Stallion, Rocky Balboa; cheering grows louder]
Adrian: It's beautiful.
Mickey: Definitely a thing of beauty.
[Fans cheering "Rocky"]
Rocky Balboa: Thank you.
Rocky Balboa: Thank you very much. I don't know. Wh-What do ya say to something like this? About three years ago... this city... really took me inside, you know? And I want to thank you very much for that. I really do. And I've been thinking that, uh, I wasn't gonna bring this up, but I might as well now. I would never do anything to hurt this sport that has been so really good to me. And I've been talking it over with my wife... and my manager... We think that...
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