Film adaptation of the George Abbott Broadway musical about a Washington Senators fan who makes a pact with the Devil to help his baseball team win the league pennant. Written by
Stewart M. Clamen <email@example.com>
The Picture That Cops the Pennant for Great Entertainment!
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Did You Know?
Tab Hunter was the only cast member who was not in the original stage production. According to his autobiography, when filming a particular scene, he suggested doing it in a way that differed from director George Abbott's ideas. When Hunter asked, "Can we just try it?" Abbott apparently said, "No, that's not the way we did it in the stage version!" See more
In the time depicted, major-league baseball players almost never had jersey numbers higher than the 50s... yet several players have numbers in the 60s and 70s, a practice rare until the 1980s. High numbers on a major league uniform ordinarily indicated someone invited to spring training who had little chance of making the club... and if such a player did make the club (possible with the usually-dreadful Washington Senators), the player got a lower number. See more
Now, my friends Sister and Doris, they like baseball... but they don't suffer so!
Referenced in Gaudi Afternoon
Two Lost Souls
Music by Richard Adler
Lyrics by Jerry Ross
Performed by Gwen Verdon
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