On-the-lam comic Mickey (Warren Beatty) gets into the game with a fellow stand-up (Benny Dunn) in an early scene from Arthur Penn's Mickey One, 1965.
Warren Beatty and director Arthur Penn, later to make Bonnie And Clyde (1967), first worked together on the experimental film Mickey One (1965).
Jenny from Detroit (Alexandra Stewart) has found fugitive comic Mickey (Warren Beatty) in his Chicago hide-out, where he obliges with a stylized clean-up in Arthur Penn's Mickey One, 1965.
Comic Mickey (Warren Beatty) has ridden the rails to Chicago, where a police captain (Ralph Foody) is providing an unlikely commentary on the P-A system in a junkyard in Arthur Penn's Mickey One, 1965.
Sax solo by Stan Getz drives the opening sequence to director Arthur Penn's New Wave inspired Mickey One, featuring Warren Beatty with 1965 'Playmate of the Year' Donna Michelle.
Mickey (Warren Beatty) enters a strange alley looking for a game, fails to find it, then gets attacked by weirdos and escapes in a cab in Arthur Penn's Mickey One, 1965.
Fugitive comic Mickey (Warren Beatty) is already in a flashback when he encounters his embittered agent Ruby (Franchot Tone) in a meat locker, then rejoins Jenny (Alexandra Stewart) in Mickey One, 1965.
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