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Baseball, Dennis & The French (2011)

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Baseball, Dennis & the French tells the true story of Paul Croshaw, longtime liberal activist and connoisseur of French films, who amazed his family, friends and himself by becoming a ... See full summary »

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Dennis Prager ...
Himself
Paul Croshaw ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Barr ...
Baseball Player #1
Judah Buxton ...
Mime
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Me Roux
Claire Croshaw ...
Girl in Car #2 / Dinner guest
David Croshaw ...
Dinner Guest
Cris Crotz ...
Beauty Queen / Model
Robert Daniels ...
Barbecue Patron
Damon Hawn ...
Umpire
Kathleen Howat ...
BBQ Patron
Hayden Hunt ...
Baseball Player #6
Todd Jones ...
(voice)
Josh Jorgensen ...
Young Paul- Baseball
Chad Katz ...
Baseball Player #2
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Baseball, Dennis & the French tells the true story of Paul Croshaw, longtime liberal activist and connoisseur of French films, who amazed his family, friends and himself by becoming a churchgoing, conservative Christian after years of listening to nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager. Written by B. Deters

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$750,000 (estimated)
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Great Story of a Man's Conversion
9 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

"Baseball, Dennis, and the French"document's Paul Crowshaw's conversion from a liberal atheist to a conservative Christian. The movie does a wonderful job of laying out Mr. Crowshaw's background and how his finding Dennis Prager on the radio dramatically shifted the course of Crowshaw's life. BD&tF does not call liberals and atheists names, but rather simply lays out the reasoning as to why Crowshaw converted.

This movie is fair, at times funny, and certainly thought provoking. I would recommend this flick to anyone and everyone. If you are liberal, this movie will certainly force you out of your comfort zone, and more than likely, it will bring up arguments that you have never heard. If you are conservative, BD&tF will reinforce your beliefs but will also give some great debate fodder.


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