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Take Me Out to the Ballgame!
Angels in the Outfield (1951)
Almost 40 years before ballplayers from heaven graced “Field of Dreams,” the hapless Pittsburgh Pirates, receive some heaven-sent intervention in this baseball comedy.
Big, burly, and brash Paul Douglas is ideally cast as the Pirates' hot-tempered, foul-mouthed manager, whose hard-luck team goes on a winning streak thanks to some out of this world assistance.
The film features Janet Leigh and Keenan Wynn in support along with a handful of cameos from both baseball and show business, including Bing Crosby and Joe DiMaggio.
Damn Yankees (1958)
Aging, frustrated Washington Senators baseball fan Joe Boyd says he'd sell his soul to see the club get one good hitter. A devilish Mr. Applegate appears to fulfill his wish, transforming him into the club's new star.
Faithful screen adaptation of the hit Broadway musical, with which other than star Tab Hunter, retains the original stage cast.
Early big screen appearances of future TV stars Jean Stapleton (“All in the Family”) and Ray Walston (“My Favorite Martian”).
The Great American Pastime (1956)
Initial Hollywood take on the Little League craze that was sweeping suburbia in the mid-50’s.
Happily married attorney Bruce Hallerton is talked into managing a Little League team. Trouble arises when the curvaceous, widowedmother of one of his team members seems to have more interest in the team Manager than the team.
Family comedy stars Tom Ewell, Anne Francis, Ann Miller and the seemly never aging Dean Jones in an early screen appearance.
The Natural (1984)
Rags to riches story, baseball style.
Washed up Roy Hobbs gets one last chance to make the major leagues with a bottom of the barrel team; The New York Knights.
Big league cast and a story weaving in shades of King Arthur help to knock this one out of the ballpark.
Nominated for 4 Oscars and starring Robert Redford, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close and Kim Basinger.
“People don't start playing ball at your age, they retire!”
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