In two short films we get to know how sports can influence on the lives if human beings. The film is also scattered with small interruption sports interviews underlining the events acted out in the film.

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Doc Waddems (segment "How Doc Waddems Finally Broke 100")
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Judge (segment "How Doc Waddems Finally Broke 100")
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Gillian Barber ...
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Dee Jay Jackson ...
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Melinda (segment "The Heidi Bowl")
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Frank (segment "The Heidi Bowl")
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Marvin (segment "The Heidi Bowl")
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Peyton (segment "The Heidi Bowl")
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Mr. White (segment "The Heidi Bowl")
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(segment "The Heidi Bowl") (as Phillip Maurice Hayes)
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In two short films we get to know how sports can influence on the lives if human beings. The film is also scattered with small interruption sports interviews underlining the events acted out in the film.

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Revenge is a contact sport.

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Comedy | Drama | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for language | See all certifications »
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7 January 2001 (USA)  »

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Caderno de Esportes  »

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Bob Newhart is an excellent golfer in real life. He went to golf courses and studied the worst golfers to prepare to play a bad golfer. See more »

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Features Heidi (1968) See more »

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1st half smart, 2nd half disappointing
22 March 2002 | by (Marquette, Michigan) – See all my reviews

Bob Newhart and Kelsey Grammer perfect. Who can't relate with Bob? Second half should have climaxed with the 7:00pm changeover. Missed opportunity to capture the sheer sorrow and desperation of having the game cut off - grown men sinking to their knees with cries of anguish - I've been there. Ruined by unnecessary sub-plots.


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