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Pastime (1990)

PG | | Drama, Sport | 23 August 1991 (USA)
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Roy Dean Bream (Russ who co-starred on Boy Meets World) plays a veteran minor league hurler in 1957 tutoring young phenom fireballer Tyrone Debray (Plummer). This is Bull Durham taken ... See full summary »

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(as D.M. Eyre Jr.)
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1 win & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Cal
Ernie Banks ...
Steamer Fan
Ernie Lee Banks ...
Steamer Fan
Joey Banks ...
Slinding Base Runner
Mark Benedetto ...
Beaned Bomber
Susan Cash ...
Mrs. Laporte
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Pool Player
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Art
Bob Feller ...
VFW Man
Charles Fick ...
1st First Base Umpire (as Chuck Fick)
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Woman at Bar
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Hahn
John Homa ...
Frank
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Ethel
Harmon Killebrew ...
VFW Man
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Roy Dean Bream (Russ who co-starred on Boy Meets World) plays a veteran minor league hurler in 1957 tutoring young phenom fireballer Tyrone Debray (Plummer). This is Bull Durham taken seriously with cameos by Bob Feller, Duke Snider, Ernie Banks, Don Newcombe, Bill Mazeroski and Harmon Killebrew. A solid performance by Russ and Plummer but script wears down at the end. Well worth seeing though. Written by sandlot3

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A story of a major miracle in the minor leagues.

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Drama | Sport

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PG
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23 August 1991 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

One Cup of Coffee  »

Box Office

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$267,265 (USA)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Directorial debut for Robin B. Armstrong. See more »

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Early on in the movie the announcer says "Now batting for the Steamers #4", when the Steamers are in the field. See more »

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References The Cameraman (1928) See more »

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Sleepwalk
Written and performed by Santo & Johnny
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Baseball's bottom feeders .........
22 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The glamorous world of big league baseball is turned upside down in "Pastime". Instead of watching underachieving, overpaid, major leaguers, you are riding in a bus with the lowest minor league team, and getting a genuine appreciation for their dreams and disappointments. The acting and 50s atmosphere is perfect. William Russ is outstanding as the 40 year old pitcher, hanging on simply because of his love for the game. Noble Willingham as the wise and compassionate manager is another standout. Anyone who enjoys baseball should like the insight gained from this film. In short, "Pastime" is a baseball winner, even if the team is not. - MERK


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