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CAIRO - 23 September 2017: “If you listen, you'll learn. If you talk over each other, you don't accomplish anything,” Mickey Rooney.
Mickey Rooney was born on September 23, 1920, and died on April 6, 2014. He was “the second longest serving actor in the history of cinema,” according to the Famous People website. He appeared in more than 300 films.
His first role was in 1926 in a silent short film called “Not To Be Trusted.”
His major works were; a Family Affair, Babes in Arms, Strike up the Band, Babes on Broadway, Girl Crazy, and the Black Stallion.
● He was the number one star at the box office for three years in a row.
● He claimed that the cartoon character Mickey Mouse was named after him.
● His last film Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb was produced in 2014 just before his death.
Another Quote for the road:
“The audience and I are friends. They allowed me to grow up with them. I've let them down several times. They've let me down several times. But we're all family,” Rooney said.