Bert, a pitcher for a baseball team in a small town, is given the opportunity to try out for a team in the big leagues. Unfortunately, he incurs the enmity of McRae, the league's leading ... See full summary »

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Bert Tulliver
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Mary Post
Claude King ...
Mr. Post
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McRae
Billy Kent Schaefer ...
Edsel
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Hippo
James Dugan ...
Brill
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Veteran
Mike Ready ...
Himself
Chet Thomas ...
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Joe Pirrone ...
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Wally Hood ...
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Bob Murray ...
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Truck Hannah ...
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Bert, a pitcher for a baseball team in a small town, is given the opportunity to try out for a team in the big leagues. Unfortunately, he incurs the enmity of McRae, the league's leading home-run hitter. In addition, he falls for the team owner's daughter, who McRae has designs on. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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All the thrills of a world series! A baseball love story dramatized in sound as well as sight. See more »

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4 August 1928 (USA)  »

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