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
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The Picture That Cops the Pennant for Great Entertainment!
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Did You Know?
won the Tony for Best Actress (Musical) in 1956 for "Damn Yankees!" for the role she recreated in the film version. Russ Brown
won the 1956 Tony Award Best Featured Actor in a Musical and Rae Allen
was nominated for the 1956 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Musical and both roles were recreated in the movie version by the same actors. See more
During Joe's tryout batting practice, he hits four over the fence. On his fifth attempt, he hits what is called another shot over the fence. However, when we see him from behind the backstop taking this swing, one can clearly see a small cloud of dust to the left of Joe, near the edge of the infield grass, where the ball he hits actually bounces. See more
We didn't invite the press this morning, Gloria.
Aw Benny, you're very foolish to have this prejudice against me just because I'm a woman. My paper gives you as much space as the others do.
I only wondered why you got here so early.
I came down to see the naked men.
Who's Got the Pain
Music by Richard Adler
Lyrics by Jerry Ross
Performed by Gwen Verdon
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