Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/lflflfl-article-1.1748898#ixzz32k2iqwAu
 
Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/lflflfl-article-1.1748898#ixzz32k2iqwAu
 
Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/lflflfl-article-1.1748898#ixzz32k2iqwAu
 
Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/lflflfl-article-1.1748898#ixzz32k2iqwAu
 
Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/lflflfl-article-1.1748898#ixzz32k2iqwAu
 
Tony DeGuide, who directed Rooney in the 2012 indie police thriller “The Voices From Beyond,” said the screen giant had a “powerful” presence, even in his 90s.

“He’s very dramatic, he’s very powerful. We’d go over the script and then he would memorize it, and I just thought it was amazing for a 90-year-old guy. He just had these instincts, a great sense of beats,” DeGuide said.

“I was devastated by the news. In my heart I thought that Mickey would live to be a hundred. He had so much energy. He didn’t walk with a walker, he didn’t walk with a cane. He wanted to do everything himself,” he recalled.

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VOICES FROM BEYOND TRAILER
Written and Directed by Tony De Guide

Chicago Police detective Tommy O'Hara (Tony DeGuide) who is the grandson of retired police chief Johnny O'Hara (Mickey Rooney) is under investigation for police brutality by the departments internal affairs division headed by Agent Milligan (Joe Estevez.)

Upon Detective O'Hara's admission of supernatural sightings (Ghosts played by Robert ZDar, Linnea Quigley) he is ordered to see a police psychologist , Dr. Fuller (Jan Rooney.) To make matters worse, the authorities form a task force to track a vigilante who is killing criminals with long predatory records. Federal Agent Max Farley (Fred Williamson) thinks O'Hara's a suspect wants O'Hara off the task force. IMDB Profile...

 
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