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The Man with the Perfect Swing (1995)

Indebted middle-aged former pro baseball player Anthony "Babe" Lombardo needs to find a way to get the IRS off his case. When he comes up with a unique golf swing, this gives him a few ideas how to cash it in, mostly bad ones.

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Michael Hovis

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Michael Hovis
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Credited cast:
Suzanne Savoy ... Susan Lombardo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Belcher James Belcher ... Lou Gallo
James Monroe Black James Monroe Black ... Anthony 'Babe' Lombardo (as James Black)
Richard Bradshaw Richard Bradshaw ... Bonelli
William Hardy William Hardy ... Scardino, Albert
Marco Perella ... Chuck Carter
Harold Suggs Harold Suggs ... Father Mac
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Indebted middle-aged former pro baseball player Anthony "Babe" Lombardo needs to find a way to get the IRS off his case. When he comes up with a unique golf swing, this gives him a few ideas how to cash it in, mostly bad ones.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 March 1995 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Houston, Texas, USA

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A rare gem - a pretty decent golf movie!
29 February 2000 | by mike-1078See all my reviews

It sounds awful - a low-budget movie, starring unknowns, about golf. But it's very good. A stellar performance by James Black (he with the Perfect etc.) is backed up by some very solid supporting actors. The script is sharp as a razor. Only the technical direction (pretty forgivable on a movie that must have been shot for dimes over a few days) lets it down. But as the direction of the actors is so elegant, you barely notice this after the first few minutes.

Maybe better as a rental than a purchase unless you're a golf fiend or a wannabe low-budget filmmaker (in which case you can learn more about Real Film from this than any slacker "masterpiece", still it deserves to have more of a future. As do the actors and the director.

I was thoroughly, unexpectedly, charmed.


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