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A League of Their Own 

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1993  
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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 Dottie Hinson 6 episodes, 1993
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 Kit Keller 6 episodes, 1993
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 Evelyn Gardner 6 episodes, 1993
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Matthew Howard ...
 Stilwell Gardner 4 episodes, 1993
Pauline Brailsford ...
 Miss Cuthbert 2 episodes, 1993
Doug Harvey ...
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 Walter Harvey 2 episodes, 1993
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10 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Eine Klasse für sich  »

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Megan Cavanagh and Tracy Reiner reprised their roles as Marla Hooch and "Betty Spaghetti" Horn from the original movie, A League of Their Own (1992). See more »

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Betty Horn: You wanna leave? You're stinking up the place.
Ernie Capadino: I'll have you know this is a 25 cent cigar.
Betty Horn: Who said anything about a cigar?
Ernie Capadino: Apparently learning to wear shoes has made them irritable.
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Poorly-structured movie to TV remake
29 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Mediocre movie-into-TV show creation. It seemed like the people who made this show read the names of the characters and a treatment of what it was about and then decided to make something else. There also seems to be a disconnect between the fact that women's baseball during the 1940's only lasted four years and what they intended to do w/ this program.

I don't which was more sad...the fact that the baseball was uninteresting or that for a show about women,starring women,its dialogue sounded like it was written by a man who'd never MET a woman.

Cary Lowell's presence in this makes it tolerable,but other than that,this show could be used as a classic example of why movies should remain movies and not be made into television programs.


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