Traces the career of Babe Ruth from his days as a youngster in an orphanage to his last days as a manager. Includes such moments as the famous predicted home run and the promise to little Johnny.
There Was Only One.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for rude language, some sexual situations, and for a scene of pre-teen alcohol/tobacco consumption
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Did You Know?
Every ballpark except Fenway Park was portrayed by Wrigley Field (Cubs fans can tell just by looking at how the grass is cut by 1st and 3rd base). See more
The film portrays Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig as being enemies from the start. That is, in fact, not the case. When Gehrig first joined the Yankees, he and Ruth got along famously. They would often go on fishing trips and barnstorming tours together in the off season. The Ruth-Gehrig Feud did not start until after Gehrig had married Eleanor Twitchell in 1933. See more
Harry Frazee, Red Sox Owner
Half of everything I own just went down the drain with the "Gladiators of Broadway". The other half, is in the pocket of The Sultan of Swat, and he wants a raise and his own suites during road games.
We All Miss You Ralph ["Ralph" = Ralph Marrero, who died before the film's release] See more
Three and Two Blues
Written and Performed by Ari Brown See more
17 April 1992 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $5,011,205,
19 April 1992
Gross USA: $17,530,973
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $19,930,973
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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