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Combining real and fictional events, this movie centers around the historic 1986 World Series, and a day in the life of a playwright who skips opening night to watch the momentous game.

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Nicky Rogan
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Steven Schwimmer
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Laurel Rogan
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Joanna Bourne
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Elliott Litvak
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Paisley Porter
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Renee Simons
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Peter Redmond
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Jack Haskins
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Michael Rogan
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Toyota Moseby
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Matthew
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Lillian Rogan
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Ramaswamy Choudhry
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George, Georgie, Giorgio
Frank Ciornei ...
Anatoli Kaganovich
Uzi Parnes ...
Yehoshafat Bodenheim
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Yessiree Bob
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Restaurant Worker
Paul Woodburn ...
Restaurant Worker
Arnie Burton ...
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Ibrahim Moshoeshoe
Harry Bugin ...
Dodgie
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Son in Play
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Young Waiter
Wade Mylius ...
Bathroom Fighter #1
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Bathroom Fighter #2
David Guion ...
Lone Eagle (voice)
Blackie ...
Cat
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Bar Patron #1 (uncredited)
Roger Clemens ...
Himself - Red Sox Pitcher (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Hasidic Rabbi (uncredited)
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Stagehand (uncredited)
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Hassidic Rabbi Walking (uncredited)
Chuck Gerena ...
Cab Driver (uncredited)
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Mets Fan (uncredited)
Jeffrey Grossman ...
Usher #1 (uncredited)
Susan Lay ...
Waitress (uncredited)
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Bar Patron (uncredited)
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Intense Mets Fan (uncredited)
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Homeless Man / Driver (uncredited)
Nancy Otero ...
Theater patron (uncredited)
Loukas Papas ...
Gray Mercedes Benz Driver (uncredited)
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Waiter (uncredited)
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Himself - Game Announcer (uncredited) (archiveSound) (voice)
Tony Torn ...
The Real Waiter (uncredited)
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Bartender (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Hoffman

Written by

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Don DeLillo ... (written by)

Produced by

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Ami Armstrong ... associate producer: Serenade Films
David Bausch ... producer
Gabrielle Cran ... associate producer: Double Play
Griffin Dunne ... producer
Bryan Iler ... executive producer
Michael Nozik ... executive producer
Amy Robinson ... producer
Nick Goodwin Self ... co-producer
David Skinner ... executive producer
Leslie Urdang ... producer
Christina Weiss Lurie ... executive producer

Music by

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Yo La Tengo

Cinematography by

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David M. Dunlap ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Camilla Toniolo

Editorial Department

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Kris Crookham ... editing facility manager: KBC Productions
A.J. Eaton ... editorial intern (as AJ Eaton)
Sean Frechette ... assistant editor
John Hill ... assistant editor
Rob Padva ... on-line editor
K.C. Reischerl ... editorial intern (as KC Reischerl)
Adesola Speller ... post-production assistant
Martin Zeichner ... telecine colorist
J.P. Impastato ... post-production assistant (uncredited)

Casting By

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Sheila Jaffe
Meredith Tucker
Georgianne Walken

Production Design by

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Bill Groom

Art Direction by

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Kate Aronsson-Brown ... (as Kate Aronsson Brown)

Costume Design by

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Renee Ehrlich Kalfus ... (as Renée Ehrlich Kalfus)
Elizabeth Shelton

Makeup Department

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Belinda Anderson ... assistant hair stylist
Inna Blavatnik ... hair assistant / makeup assistant
Persefone Karakosta ... key makeup artist
Jeffrey Rebelo ... key hair stylist
James Sarzotti ... hair stylist: Mr. Keaton / makeup artist: Mr. Keaton
Steve Costanza ... additional makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Keith Adams ... production supervisor
Gabrielle Cran ... post-production supervisor
Karen Kane ... unit production manager (as Karen M. Kane)
Craig Seti ... post-production supervisor: Image Group New York

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Betsy Friedman ... second assistant director (as Betsy Friedman-Palmieri)
Karen Kane ... first assistant director (as Karen M. Kane)

Art Department

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Eric Bryant ... graphic designer
Elizabeth Debbout ... property master
Amy Francis ... additional on-set dresser
Emily Gaunt ... scenic artist
Kelly Hanson ... assistant art director
Emily Kettler ... prop assistant
Helene Leff ... set dresser
Corrielle Marie ... prop assistant
Sean Marks ... art department assistant
Allyson Rawlings ... art department coordinator
Sarah Riggs ... prop assistant
Brandon Taylor ... on-set dresser / set carpenter
Rachel Williams ... art director: second unit
Alex Piccirillo ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Joshua Anderson ... production sound mixer
Claire Bell ... foley recordist (as Brian Scibinico)
Brandon Carraha ... sound utility
Tom Efinger ... re-recording mixer / sound supervisor
Rachel Ferraro ... additional foley artist
Michael Hutchinson ... adr recordist
Michael Miller ... adr recordist
John Moros ... additional sound editor
Jay Peck ... foley artist
John Sanacore ... adr recordist
Gabriel Sanders ... boom operator
Abigail Savage ... sound designer
Craig Spencer ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Nathanial Brotherhood ... special effects assistant
David Cook ... special effects assistant
Amalia Ormon ... special effects assistant
Dave Roots ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Alison Andoos ... additional compositing
Steven Meyer ... visual effects supervisor
Argot Murelius ... visual effects production
Ben Orsich ... visual effects artist
Frank Ruggiero ... artist: after effects
Jay Stock ... visual effects facility producer

Stunts

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Manny Siverio ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Will Arnot ... steadicam operator
DeWitt Davis ... company grip
Carlo De Jesus ... camera production assistant (as Carlo DeJesus)
Pedro Diez ... company grip
Miranda Feldmann ... electric production assistant
Stanley Fernandez Jr. ... first assistant camera (as Stanley Fernandez)
Gavin Fernandez ... loader
William Geist ... grip production assistant
Abbot Genser ... still photographer
Jack Groom ... grip production assistant
Sandy Hays ... steadicam operator (as Sandy Hayes)
Larry Huston ... first assistant camera
Michael Kirsch ... company electric (as Mike Kirsch)
Jenne Lee ... grip production assistant
Gus Limberis ... second assistant camera
Pete McGill ... gaffer
Mike Morini ... best boy grip (as Michael Morini)
Heather Norton ... first assistant camera
Anwar Payne ... company grip
Alessandro Rafanelli ... loader
Meg Schrock ... electric intern
Matt Staples ... company grip
David Stern ... key grip
Travis Ulmer ... best boy electric
Adam Hall ... grip (uncredited)
Justin Panzanaro ... grip (uncredited)
Nate Ranger ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Heather Comer ... background casting associate (as Heather Reidenbach)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Valerie Edwards ... costume production assistant
Gail A. Fitzgibbons ... wardrobe supervisor (as Gail Fitzgibbons)
Richard Karoll ... key costumer
Olivia Mori ... costume production assistant
Ché Waki ... costume production assistant

Location Management

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Shell Azar ... location assistant
Bryan Iler ... location manager
Erica Parise ... location assistant
David Velasco ... location scout
Lindsey Wohrer ... location assistant
Craig T. Wood ... location assistant (as Craig Wood)
Jennifer Quesenbery ... location scout (uncredited)
John Santilli ... location intern (uncredited)

Music Department

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Suzana Peric ... music editor
Robin Urdang ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Shradha Aggarwal ... office production assistant
Hazel Balaban ... office production assistant
Samantha Beck ... set production assistant
Danielle Blumstein ... production coordinator
Keayr Braxton ... set production assistant
Gloria Chen ... office production assistant
Laura DiBiase ... set production assistant
Jodi Domanic ... script supervisor (as Jodi Domanic-Riccio)
Natalie Ebeid ... assistant: Mr. Keaton
Isabelle Forbes ... office production assistant
Tena Golding ... set production assistant
Evan Gregg ... office production assistant
Ned Harvey ... set production assistant
Atticus Hoffman ... set production assistant
Jonathan Hood ... set production assistant (as Jon Hood)
Bing Hugh ... set production assistant
Todd James ... advisory board: Serenade
Seth Lind ... set production assistant
Tracy A. Martin ... office production assistant (as Tracy Martin)
Jenny Maryasis ... set production assistant
Evan Muehlbauer ... craft service
Danelle Myron ... office production assistant
Leda Nornang ... production secretary
Lisa Phillips ... office production assistant
Michael A. Price ... advisory board: Serenade
Stephanie Roach ... set production assistant
Michelle Robertson ... publicity: MRC
Alix E. Saint-Amand ... office production assistant
Stephen Scharf ... advisory board: Serenade / legal counsel (as Stephen Scharf Esq.)
Will Schluter ... set production assistant
Marie Schu ... craft service
Jonny V. Sela ... office production assistant (as John Sela)
Shahram Shiva ... whirling coach: Robert Downing Jr.
Raj Singh ... advisory board: Serenade
Julia Wells ... assistant to producers: Serenade Films (as Julia C. Wells)
Lang Yee ... production accountant
Andre Hibbert ... office intern (uncredited)
Shannon Kearney ... office intern (uncredited)
Geoff Linville ... production executive (uncredited)
Dominic Resigno ... stand-in (uncredited)
Marie Schu ... production assistant (uncredited)
Craig T. Wood ... unit production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Rachel Axler ... more thanks
Tatiana Blackington ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Boaty Boatwright ... very special thanks
Bradford Brigman ... more thanks
Mike Buckner ... very special thanks
Sandy Cleary ... more thanks
Catherine Corpeny ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Al Dellafera ... more thanks
Theresa Doniger ... more thanks
Brad Fuller ... very special thanks
Fred Garter ... more thanks
Tereze Gluck ... more thanks
Laura Guichard ... more thanks
Kevin Henson ... very special thanks
Mark Hibbard ... more thanks
Ellen Holahan ... more thanks
Jimmy Horowitz ... very special thanks
Anne Hubbell ... very special thanks
Kit Hui ... more thanks
Todd James ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Paul Janos ... very special thanks: The Village of Tarrytown
John Johnston ... very special thanks
Jay Julien ... very special thanks
Eugene Kuo ... more thanks
Marc Levin ... very special thanks
Chuck Levy ... very special thanks
Martin Malanoski ... very special thanks
Prem Manjooran ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Bob Mastronardi ... very special thanks
Max Mayer ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Kevin McEleney ... very special thanks
Robert Lee Morris ... very special thanks
John Murphy ... very special thanks
Elizabeth O'Connor ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Sylvia O'Connor ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Neil Patel ... very special thanks
Charles Pontillo ... very special thanks
Michael A. Price ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
David Ramirez ... very special thanks
Morgan Robinson ... more thanks
Isabella Rossellini ... very special thanks
Susan Rothman ... very special thanks
Naomi Rothwell ... more thanks
Ariane Sauvage ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Lionel Sauvage ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Vin Scully ... very special thanks
Jay Sethuram ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Will Sheehy ... very special thanks
Jeff Shumway ... very special thanks
Samantha Silva ... very special thanks
Greg Silverman ... more thanks
Raj Singh ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Eric Stern ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Rachel Stern ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Curtis Stigers ... very special thanks
Scott Stuber ... very special thanks
Tui Sutherland ... more thanks
Harvey Waldman ... very special thanks
Noah Warner ... more thanks
Amir Weissfisch ... very special thanks: Serenade founder
Jamie H. Zelermyer ... very special thanks (as Jamie Zelermyer)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Nicky Rogan's new play is opening on Broadway and many agree, he has written the best play his career. Or has he? Critic Steven Schwimmer is slated to review and he's ruined many a playwright with his scathing words. Nicky is becoming concerned, but instead chooses to obsess over his Red Sox and their chances again the Mets in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. Will the Sox and his play come crashing down on the same night? Written by Martin Lewison

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Taglines Where were *you* on that night? See more »
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Also Known As
  • Game 6 - Das Leben ist ein Spiel! (Germany)
  • Aquest cop, sí (Spain, Catalan title)
  • En el '66 (Argentina)
  • Шестата игра (Brazil)
  • Το παιχνίδι (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 87 min
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Box Office

Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $9,610, 12 Mar 2006

Did You Know?

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Trivia The three leads, Michael Keaton, Robert Downey, Jr. and Bebe Neuwirth, worked for a discounted salary, one hundred dollars per day, on this film. See more »
Goofs Articulated buses in NYC did not exist in 1986. They appeared in revenue service in 1997. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Making 'Game 6' (2006). See more »
Soundtracks My Family See more »
Quotes Paisley Porter: I didn't understand until today how much pain and anxiety you've been causing everybody with your reviews. Steven, it's completely unfair.
Steven Schwimmer: It's unfair?
Paisley Porter: Yes.
Steven Schwimmer: The truth is always unfair.
Paisley Porter: Well, it doesn't have to be.
Steven Schwimmer: Why do you think I live this way? Why do you think I'm, I'm taking electricity from the lamp-post
[he gestures outdoors]
Steven Schwimmer: and hiding out? Why?
Paisley Porter: Because you choose to.
Steven Schwimmer: No. Because people who write the truth are the outcasts of society. I can't live openly. I can't live in a nice door-man building, with my name on the mailbox, because they'd, they'd come after me in packs!
Paisley Porter: Not if you wrote the truth gently.
Steven Schwimmer: [in an upset tone] But the truth is never gentle.
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