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A Gentleman's Game (2002)

R | | Drama, Sport | 20 August 2002 (USA)
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A drama revolving around characters whose lives are transformed one summer at an exclusive East Coast country club.

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J. Mills Goodloe
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mason Gamble ... Timmy Price
Gary Sinise ... Foster Pearse
Philip Baker Hall ... Charlie Logan
Dylan Baker ... Mr. Price
Henry Simmons ... Walter Kane
Ellen Muth ... Mollie Kilduff
Brian Doyle-Murray ... Tomato Face
David Zayas ... Alfred D'Angelo
Kevin Thoms ... Casey Price
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Della Femina ... John Byrne
Robin Dorian Robin Dorian ... Mrs. Norton
Linda Emond ... Meredith Price
Justin Goncalves Justin Goncalves ... Jamie Bryne
Greg Horos ... Bartender
Art Houston Art Houston ... Golfer
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A drama revolving around characters whose lives are transformed one summer at an exclusive East Coast country club.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Sometimes lessons come from unexpected places.

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Drama | Sport

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Esporte de Cavalheiros See more »

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Timmy Price's house is actually co-writer Tom Coyne's parents' house, where Coyne was living during filming. See more »

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When Timmy is playing golf with his father and his father is squatting to take a look at his putting line, he say's "Same model putter that Ben Hogan used when he won the Grand Slam". This is historically incorrect because Bobby Jones is the only player to ever win the "Grand Slam". (4 major wins in one season) This happened in 1930 and Bobby Jones retired thereafter. Ben Hogan was one of the best players ever, he came close in 1953 winning 3 out of the 4 majors. He won the Masters, U.S. Open, and The British Open, this is known as the "Hogan Slam" but not the "Grand Slam". See more »

Quotes

Timmy Price: Well, maybe I could hit a few balls up here and you could give me some pointers.
Foster Pearse: Do I *look* like Mr. Miyagi to you? Wax on, wax off. Oh yes, Timmy-san, you hit a few balls, I give you pointers.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Very Good Movie
24 May 2002 | by bodeencSee all my reviews

Liked this movie very much. Not just a golf film. Has a lot of good messages about life. My husband also enjoyed it and did like the golf story in it. Well acted by all involved. I recommend it for men and women. A little language, but made movie real world.


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