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  • (2000) TV commercial: Garden State Life Insurance Co.
  • hollywood outtakes for documentury (1984)
  • (10/28/40) Radio: Appeared on a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Strike up the Band".
  • (11/26/2000) Participant in the Hollywood Christmas Parade.
  • (1994) Stage: Toured Canadian dinner theatre circuit in "The Mind with the Naughty Man".
  • (Late 1990s) Stage: Appeared (as "The Wizard") in a US tour of "The Wizard of Oz" with Eartha Kitt.
  • (1964) Unsold pilot: Starred in a pilot for a proposed ABC comedy series called "The Mickey Rooney Show" in which he played an ex-Navy man who inherits a marina.
  • (1967) Unsold pilot: Starred with Eddie Mayehoff in a comedy pilot called "Return of the Original Yellow Tornado." It concerned two aging, retired superheroes who must again don their leotards to do battle with a super-villain who has been set free and has vowed to destroy the world.
  • (1970s) TV commercials and print ads: Rainier Beer and Rainier Light Beer
  • (1979) Stage: Appeared (as "Mickey"; Broadway debut) in "Sugar Babies" on Broadway. Musical revue/burlesque. Conceived by Ralph G. Allen and Harry Rigby. Sketches based on traditional material written by Ralph G. Allen. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields and Al Dubin. Additional music by Arthur Malvin, Jay Livingston ("The Sugar Baby Bounce"), Ray Evans ("The Sugar Baby Bounce"), George Oppenheimer ("I Feel a Song Comin' On") and Herbert Stothart ("Cuban Love Song"). Additional lyrics by Arthur Malvin, Jay Livingston ("The Sugar Baby Bounce", "Warm and Willing"), Ray Evans ("The Sugar Baby Bounce", "Warm and Willing"), George Oppenheimer ("I Feel a Song Comin' On"), Eugene West ("Immigration Rose"), Irwin Dash ("Immigration Rose", "You Can't Blame Your Uncle Sammy"), Ted Koehler ("I'm Shooting High") and Jack Frost ("When You and I Were Young, Maggie Blues"). Vocal arrangements by Arthur Malvin. Additional Vocal Arrangements by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Musical Direction by Glen Roven. Music orchestrated by Dick Hyman. Dance arrangements by Arnold Gross. Supervised and directed by Ernie Flatt. Mark Hellinger Theatre: 8 Oct 1979-28 Aug 1982 (1208 performances + 8 previews that began 4 Oct 1979). Cast: Ann Miller (as "Ann"), Tom Boyd, Jack Fletcher, Ann Jillian (as "Jillian"), Peter Leeds, Jimmy Mathews, Scot Stewart, Sid Stone, Bob Williams, Jonathan Aronson, Laura Booth, Hank Brunjes, Christine Busini, Diane Duncan, Chris Elia, Debbie Gornay, Barbara Hanks, Jeri Kansas, Barbara Mandra, Robin Manus, Faye Fujisaki Mar, Eddie Pruett, Michael Radigan, Linda Ravinsky, Michele Rogers, Rose Scudder, Laurie Sloan, Terpsie Toon, Jeff Veazey, Patti Watson. Produced by Terry Allen Kramer and Harry Rigby. Produced in association with Columbia Pictures. Associate Producer: Jack Schlissel, Thomas Walton Associates and Frank Montalvo.
  • Stage: Starred in "Cinderella" at Sunderland Theater, UK. Also in cast: Jan Rooney ("Fairy Godmother").
  • (1/4/51) Radio: Appeared in a "Suspense" broadcast of "Alibi Me".
  • Radio series: Starred in "The Hardy Family"
  • Album: "Mickey Rooney Sings George M. Cohan" (RCA LPM-1520)
  • (4/23/50) Radio: Appeared in a "Theater Guild on the Air" production of "National Velvet".
  • (1980) Stage: Appeared in Jimmy McHugh and Arthur Malvin's musical, "Sugar Babies", at the Mark Hellinger Theatre on Broadway in New York City, with Ann Miller in the cast. Ernie Flatt was the director.
  • (1988) Stage: Appeared in Jimmy McHugh and Arthur Malvin's musical, "Sugar Babies", at the Savoy Theatre in London, England, with Ann Miller in the cast.
  • (2/3/47) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "National Valvet".
  • (1993) Appeared in "Leave Me a Tenor" in Chicago
  • (1991) Appeared in "The Will RogesFollies" at the Palace Theater on Broadway
  • (1970) Toured as George M. Cohan" in the musical "George M"
  • (1994) audio book "Silent Night"
  • (2003) Appeared in "Singular Sensations" at the Village Theater in New York City
  • (19??) Toured on dinner circuit with "Alimony"
  • (1976) Toured on dinner circuit with "3 Goats and a Blanket" including Little Theater on the Square in Sullivan, Illinois
  • (1971) Starred in the musical "W.C." as W.C. Fields with Bernadette Peters at the Westbury Music Fair on Long Island
  • (1987) Toured in "A Funnt Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" including Westbury Music Fair
  • (1974 - 1978) ) Toured as Cap'n Andy in "Show Boat" and in the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington
  • (1990) Toured in "The Sunshine Boys"
  • (1964) Founded a franchise operation called The Mickey Rooney School of Entertainment in Houston
  • (19??) Toured on dinner circuit with "Hide and Seek"
  • (19??) Toured on dinner circuit with "See How They Run"
  • (1989) Toured in "Two for the Show"
  • (1957) Appeared in NBC Radio simulcast of "Pinocchio"
  • (1973) Appeared in "See How They Run" at Alhambra Dinner Theatre in Jacksonville
  • (1963) Appeared in play "Tunnel of Love"
  • (1973) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Sheldon Epps in the cast. Frank Carrington was director.
  • (1981) TV commercial for Dr. Pepper - Himself (USA)

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