Mickey Bennett

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One of Hollywood's many freckled enfants terribles of the 1920s, Irish-flavored Mickey Bennett (sometimes given as Little Mickey Bennett) is probably best remembered for playing W.C. Fields' nasty son in It's the Old Army Game (1926) and as the Bad Boy in Tillie's Punctured Romance (1928), again with the long-suffering Fields. By the time of Army Game's partial remake, It's a Gift, Bennett had outgrown the role of Fields' awful offspring (Tommy Bupp was cast instead), but the comedian remembered him and found a bit for him in Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935). It was his final screen role. His death in 1950 was attributed to a heart attack.



No Score Yet Man on the Flying Trapeze Office Employee 1935
No Score Yet The Mayor of Hell Butch Kilgore 1933
No Score Yet Big Business Girl Joe 1931
No Score Yet A Boy Of The Streets Actor 1927
No Score Yet It's the Old Army Game Mickey, his nephew 1926
No Score Yet The Cohens and Kellys Milton J. Katz 1926
No Score Yet New School Teacher Actor 1923


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