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Here Come the Tigers
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Arch McCoy (writer)
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Release Date:
14 April 1979 (Japan) See more »
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Tagline:
It's a whole new ball game! See more »
Plot:
Amiable cop Eddie Burke and his clumsy partner Burt Honneger get the impossible job of coaching a little... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Wes Craven and F.J. Lincoln listed in credits! See more (11 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Kathy Bell ... Patty O'Malley
Noel Cunningham ... Noel 'Peanuts' Cady (as Noel John Cunningham)
Sean P. Griffin ... Art 'The Fart' Bullfinch
Max McClellan ... Mike 'The Bod' Karpel
Kevin Moore ... 'Eaglescout' Terwilliger
Lance Norwood ... Ralphy Parks
Ted Oyama ... Umeki Siddaharo
Michael Pastore ... Roger 'Fingers' Ross
Xavier Rodrigo ... Buster / Francis Xavier Rivera
Philip Scuderi ... Danny Mayfield
David Schmalholz ... Fritz 'Bionic Mouth' Curtis
Nancy Willis ... Sharyn Dixon
Andy Weeks ... 'Scoop' Maxwell
Todd Weeks ... Timmy Deutsch
Richard Lincoln ... Eddie Burke
James Zvanut ... Burt Honneger
Samantha Grey ... Bette Burke
Manny Lieberman ... Felix the Umpire
Terry Vance ... Mrs. Mayfield
Fred Denham ... Chief Duggan (as Fred H. Denham)
William Caldwell ... Kreeger
Fred J. Lincoln ... Aesop (as Fred Lincoln)
Mary Gamsu ... Judge Morin
Victor B. Miller ... Announcer
David Poor ... Dr. Newton
John Anthony Williams ... Cop #1 (as Tony Williams)
John B. Rose ... Cop #2
Luckey Heath ... Dr. Sternberg
George Ganzle ... The Con
Charles Curtiss ... Chauffeur
Sharon 'Brandy' Morris ... Woman in Jeep
Lee Bogert ... Fancy Woman
Vincent Sandercock ... Umpire #2
Aloysius Kerry ... Gus, The Panthers Coach
Adam Ganzle ... Spittin' Jim Hurley
Timothy Wilder ... The Pride of San Juan
Michael Ganzle ... Roadblock Neary
William Wilder ... The Beast
John Basili ... The Hook
Robert Basili ... The Razor
Jennifer Lyman ... Big Bertha
Andy Wittenstein ... Ramrod Steiner (as Andrew Wittenstein)
Doug Fincher ... Marcioni
William Hart ... Panther Player
Katie Ross ... Panther Player
Caroline Sherman ... Panther Player
Susan Boyar ... Cubs Coach
Kevin Cunningham ... Cubs Coach
Emily Bernhard ... Cubs Player
Neal Matthews ... Cubs Player
Charles Bunting ... Cubs Player
Gary Pils ... Cubs Player
James Freehill ... Cubs Player
Brian Reilly ... Cubs Player
Kelley Goodson ... Cubs Player
Michael Reilly ... Cubs Player
Kyle Goodson ... Cubs Player
Alex Sumner ... Cubs Player
Thomas Charney ... Pirates Coach
Peter Brummel ... Pirates Player
Andy McKibbins ... Pirates Player
Stephen Chacho ... Pirates Player
Ian Miller ... Pirates Player
Francesco D'Amico ... Pirates Player
David Rully ... Pirates Player
Adam Jebb ... Pirates Player
Jay Schmalholz ... Pirates Player
Michael Kaminsky ... Pirates Player

Mircea Oprea ... Pirates Player (as Micu Oprea)
Jessica Cunningham ... Cheerleader
Hilary Bogert ... Cheerleader
Cyrena Bogert ... Cheerleader
Patrice Hart ... Cheerleader

Directed by
Sean S. Cunningham 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Arch McCoy  writer

Produced by
Sean S. Cunningham .... producer
Steve Miner .... producer (as Stephen Miner)
 
Original Music by
Harry Manfredini 
 
Cinematography by
Barry Abrams 
 
Film Editing by
Steve Miner 
 
Art Direction by
Susan E. Cunningham 
 
Makeup Department
Carla White .... makeup artist (as Carla Leigh White)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nancy Hart .... first assistant director
Steve Miner .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Roderick Robinson .... property master
 
Sound Department
Jack Higgins .... sound mixer
Max Kalmanowicz .... sound recordist
Richard Murphy .... boom operator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Lee Bogert .... still photographer
Denver John Collins .... camera operator (as Denver Collins)
Denver John Collins .... gaffer (as Denver Collins)
Wes Craven .... gaffer
John Drake .... best boy grip
Stuart Math .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jack Rose .... key grip
Robert D. Shulman .... key grip (as Robert Shulman)
Timothy Snell .... first assistant camera (as Timothy John Snell)
Peter Stein .... camera operator: second unit
Jeff Wayman .... second assistant camera (as Jeffrey Wayman)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Bloom .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Susan E. Cunningham .... assistant editor
Bill Freda .... additional editor (as William Freda)
Dan Markham .... synchronization editor
Timothy Snell .... assistant editor (as Timothy John Snell)
 
Music Department
Harry Manfredini .... music adaptor
 
Other crew
Liz Argo .... script supervisor (as Elizabeth Argo)
Sharon Giese Hungerford .... production accountant
Sharon 'Brandy' Morr .... production assistant
Wynne Robison .... production assistant
John Travers .... production assistant
Cindy Veazey .... assistant to producer
Scott Deaver .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
87 min
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Certification:
USA:PG (certificate #25180)
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Goofs:
Continuity: When Eddie and Burt respond to the call at Mrs. Mayfield's house, the car they are driving changes between shots.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Star Wars (1977)See more »
Soundtrack:
Buster's ThemeSee more »

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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Wes Craven and F.J. Lincoln listed in credits!, 18 July 2007
Author: ghintaris from United States

Have not watched kids films for some years, so I missed "Here Come the Tigers" when it first came out. (Never even saw "Bad News Bears" even though in the '70s I worked for the guys who arranged financing for that movie, "Warriors," "Man Who Would Be King," and "Rocky Horror Picture Show," among others.) Now I like to check out old or small movies and find people who have gone on to great careers despite being in a less than great movie early on. Just minutes into this movie I could take no more and jumped to the end credits to see if there was a young actor in this movie who had gone on to bigger and better things--at least watching for his/her appearance would create some interest as the plot and acting weren't doing the job. Lo and behold, I spied Wes Craven's name in the credits as an electrical gaffer. He'd already made two or three of his early shockers but had not yet created Freddie Krueger or made the "Scream" movies. Maybe he owed a favor and helped out on this pic. More surprising was Fred J. Lincoln in the cast credits as "Aesop," a wacky character in the movie. F.J. Lincoln, from the '70s to just a few years ago, appeared in and produced adult films. He was associated with the adult spoof "The Ozporns," and just that title is funnier than all of "Tigers" attempts at humor combined. Let the fact that an adult actor was placed in a kids movie be an indication as to how the people making this movie must have been asleep at the wheel.

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