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Chick Gandil (Character)
from Eight Men Out (1988)

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Eight Men Out -- An adaptation of the 1919 major league baseball scandal involving the Chicago White Sox.  The Sox are conned into throwing the 1919 World Series.  Eight players are indicted but are later acquitted of all charges.  The players concerned were barred from the major leagues and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Eight Men Out -- A dramatization of the Black Sox scandal when the underpaid Chicago White Sox accepted bribes to deliberately lose the 1919 World Series.

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Alternate Names:
Arnold 'Chick' Gandil

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  1. Field of Dreams (1989) Played by Art LaFleur
  2. Eight Men Out (1988) Played by Michael Rooker (as Arnold 'Chick' Gandil)

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From Eight Men Out (1988)
Sport Sullivan: Look at those hands, ladies. You should have been a pug, Chickie.
Chick Gandil: I did some fighting in my time. Once I was fighting a guy, my eyes were all bloody but I landed a lucky punch. The next thing I know I'm steppin' on something and it's the other guy's teeth. The referee raised my hand and someone shoved fifty bucks in my shorts. "What does he get?" I asked. The referee says, "From the looks of this jaw, a liquid diet for six weeks." Now what we should have done is held each other up for thirteen rounds and split the fifty.
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