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Gandhi at the Bat (2006)

Gandhi at the Bat is a newsreel-style account of the little-known (and totally fictional) incident when Mohandas K. Gandhi pinch-hit for the New York Yankees in 1933. Based on a short story... See full summary »

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Delfin Labao ...
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Mickey 'Black Mike' Cochrane
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Joseph Vincent McCarthy
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Connie 'The Tall Tactician' Mack
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Frank 'Crow' Crosetti
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Noble Katz, a hot dog vendor
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Stephen Kirkpatrick ...
Robert Moses 'Lefty' Grove
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Mayor O'Brien
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Max 'Tilly' Bishop (as Ryan Smith)
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William 'Big Bill' Dineen (as David Paterson)
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Doug Swim ...
Charles 'Red' Ruffing
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Jimmie 'Beast' Foxx
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Gandhi at the Bat is a newsreel-style account of the little-known (and totally fictional) incident when Mohandas K. Gandhi pinch-hit for the New York Yankees in 1933. Based on a short story by Chet Williamson that originally appeared in the New Yorker in 1983, Gandhi at the Bat is a faithful recreation of a 1930s-style newsreel. The 11-minute movie includes over 75 effects shots, done by the directors themselves, which transform the actual shooting location (a minor league ballpark in Bakersfield, California) into a faithful recreation of Yankee Stadium as it was over seventy years ago. Written by Anonymous

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