~Mickey~
1918
~Clipping from unknown publication
from the Louise Glaum estate~
~Plot Synopsis~
Mickey, an orphan, is brought up in the California mining country by her father's mining partner, Joe
Meadows, and his housekeeper Minnie, an old Indian woman. A tomboy whose chief occupation is
getting into trouble, Mickey nonetheless endears herself to all who meet her, particularly Herbert
Thornhill, a New York millionaire who has been called out West on business. Mickey's socially
ambitious but penniless aunt, Mrs. Geoffrey Drake, learns that Mickey owns a gold mine, so invites
the girl to live in her lavish estate on Long Island, but when Joe reveals that the mine is worthless,
Mickey is forced to become a servant. Believing that Mickey has deserted him, Herbert becomes
engaged to Mrs. Drake's daughter Elsie, while the brutish Reggie Drake showers unwelcome
attentions on Mickey. One evening, however, Herbert bumps into Mickey as she is fleeing from
Reggie, and they renew their romance. Herbert's lawyer, Tom Rawlings, realizing his client's
predicament, informs Herbert that he has lost his millions, whereupon Elsie breaks their
engagement, and after Reggie's plan to ruin Herbert and force Mickey into marriage fails, the Eastern
businessman and his Western tomboy marry.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by:
F. Richard Jones
James Young

Written by: J.G. Hawks
~Cast~

Mabel Normand ...Mickey
George Nichols ...Joe Meadows
Wheeler Oakman ...Herbert Thornhill
Minta Durfee ...Elsie Drake
Laura La Varnie ...Mrs. Geoffrey Drake
Lew Cody ...Reggie Drake
Tom Kennedy ...Tom Rawlings
Minnie Devereaux ...Minnie
Joe Bordeaux ...Stage Driver (uncredited)
William Colvin ...The Butler (uncredited)
Edgar Kennedy ...Bookie (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Mabel Normand Feature Film Company

Distributed by: Film Booking Offices of America (FBO)

Produced by: Mabel Normand & Mack Sennett
Cinematography by: Fred Jackman, Hans F. Koenekamp, Hugh McClung & Frank D. Williams
Film Editing by: John O'Donnell

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 93 Minutes
Released: August 1918
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