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Angels in the Outfield (1951) Poster

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Favorite film of Dwight D. Eisenhower when President.
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Bing Crosby appeared in the film because at the time, he was a partial owner (approximately 15%) of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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The player wearing #4 who hits a home run is Ralph Kiner, who was known as a pretty good hitter.
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Renowned Hall of Famer Harold "Pie" Traynor, Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman, appears toward the end of the film in a cameo. The ballplayer-turned manager-turned sports announcer plays a Pirates coach in the film and also was hired to serve as the film's technical sports advisor.
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Forbes Field was demolished in 1971 after the Pirates moved to Three Rivers Stadium in 1970.
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The uncredited radio announcer was played by Peter Graves, future Impossible Missions Chief and pilot in Airplane! (1980).
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The uncredited hat check girl was played by Barbara Billingsley, future mother of Beaver Cleaver and the jive talking interpreter in Airplane! (1980).
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James Stewart and June Allyson appear in a clip from The Stratton Story (1949) in the film's trailer.
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The uncredited angel was played by actor James Whitmore.
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on April 6, 1953 with Janet Leigh reprising her film role.
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