Mickey and the gang get ready for a big game of football. But Stinky Davis has a few tricks up his sleeve to stop the gang from winning. Special guest star USC coach Howard Jones.
One of the few films in the series without Mickey Rooney. Costar Marvin Stephens ("Katrink'") stands in for Rooney. The short finds the gang preparing for a Christmas party for the poor kids in the neighborhood.
Mickey and the gang go prospecting, but find themselves in a haunted house.
Mickey and the gang decide to make their own movie. Guest starring Hannah Washington (a poor man's Farina of the 1920's).
A.K.A. "Mickey's Brigade". Mickey and the gang try to become explorers, "like Columbus and all them guys".
One of the few films in the series without Mickey Rooney. Costar Marvin Stephens ("Katrink'") stands in for Rooney. The film finds the gang competing with Stinky's gang in the junior Olympics.
Mickey's Little Eva
Mickey and the gang play a game of football against Stinky Davis.
A short film in the Mickey McGuire series starring Mickey Rooney.
Mickey and the gang become fire fighters. Features ridiculous stunts (including a car getting hit by a train, and Spencer Bell sharing a scene with a live lion).
It's the first day back at school for Mickey and the gang, which means plenty of pain for the schoolteacher. But things really heat up when a fire breaks out in the schoolhouse.
Mickey and the gang wind up in Harold Lloyd territory, when the kids work as window washers on a dangerous skyscraper.
In order to pay back Stinky Davis, Mickey becomes an organ grinder, and later put on a minstrel show.
The second short from the "Mickey McGuire" film series. The series was based on Fontaine Fox's popular comic strip "Toonerville Trolley". "Mickey McGuire" was a popular rival to Hal Roach's Our Gang series. Perhaps the most notable note about the series is that it launched Mickey Rooney's film career. The film follows Mickey McGuire (Rooney) and his pals as they start a "Pet Xchange".
Mickey and the gang go game hunting, and come across a live lion. No, seriously, we see eight year old Rooney share a scene with a real lion.
A high society lady tries to bring peace between the Mickey's Scorpions and Stinky Davis' gang.
Mickey and the gang play detective. Later, the dog gets stuck with a professor's time bomb.
Mickey and the gang put on their own circus, but Stinky Davis and his pals constantly try to disrupt it.
Part of the Mickey McGuire short series starring Mickey Rooney.
Mickey and his gang of children enter a mule in a racing contest.
Mickey and the kids befriend a couple of tramps. But when the tramps are accused of stealing, Mickey and Hambone find themselves trying to expose who they think is the real crook: a doctor in a spooky house.
The final Mickey McGuire comedy finds Mickey and the gang putting together a medicine show in order to help out Hambone's Uncle Nemo.
Rooney's second sound film. In it, we find Mickey and the gang putting on their own school performance.
A salted gold mine proves to be troublesome for a ghost town.
Best pals Penrod and Sam are leaders of a super-secret neighborhood society, the In-Or-In Boys Club. Troubles arise when a pompous prig tries to join the club and when the boys lose their clubhouse in a land sale. But there’s also plenty of time to play pranks, put on a carnival, experience the pangs of first love, and romp with Duke, the world’s best dog.
Two aspiring songwriters have a weird nightmare about the jungle.
A racetrack melodrama, The Long Shot features Marsha Hunt and Gordon Jones as trainers of a thoroughbred horse. Despite the rivalries of their parents, the couple prepares to jointly enter the Santa Anita handicap. The odds are against their entry, but Hunt and Jones have every confidence of winning. Just before the starting bugle, gangsters intrude, demanding that the trainers throw the Big Race.
The Wiggs family plan to celebrate Thanksgiving in their rundown shack with leftover stew, without Mr. Wiggs who wandered off long ago an has never been heard from. Do-gooder Miss Lucy brings them a real feast. Her boyfriend Bob arranges to take Wiggs' sick boy to a hospital. Their other boy makes some money peddling kindling and takes the family to a show. Mrs. Wiggs is called to the hopsital just in time to see her boy die. Her neighbor Miss Mazy wants to marry Mr. Stubbins who insists on tasting her cooking. Mrs. Wiggs sneaks her dishes past Stubbins who agrees to marriage. Mr. Wiggs appears suddenly, in tatters, with just the amount of money (twenty dollars) needed to save the family from foreclosure. Miss Lucy and Bob get married.
The first feature length film to use three-strip Technicolor film. Adapted from a play that was adapted from William Makepeace Thackeray's book "Vanity Fair", the film looks at the English class system during the Napoleonic Wars era.
Complicated plot involving missing stamp collection and kidnapped businessman, with the Lone Wolf keeping one step ahead of the police in Havana trying to solve the crime and make a profit.