Mickey One
Mickey One (1965)

A Detroit stand-up comic goes into hiding on Chicago's West Side when he gets in trouble with the mob in this jazzy, atmospheric drama. At first staying undercover, the comic is soon drawn back into the world of show business, leading… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 27, 1965
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Nick Pinkerton
Village Voice

West Chicago has never been more lunar and rapturously stark than as filmed by Ghislain Cloquet for Penn's Mickey One.

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Emanuel Levy

Flawed (it's A bit artsy and pretentious), but full of interesting ideas and characters, this collaboration between star Warren Beatty and director Arthur Penn precedes by two years Bonnie and Clyde, their masterpiece.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Pretentious art film that lacks the power to hold the viewer's attention.

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Ken Stachnik
The first studio film influenced by the style of the French New-Wave, Mickey one is a surreal, cool, sexy, jazz fueled drama that's a lot of a fun... If… More