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The Showdown (2006)

It's the 9th inning of a high-stakes baseball game. The batter faces his worst adversary. The Old West. Jonathan C. Edwards confronts the nightmares of his past. Their destiny is about to be decided.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Taran Killam ... The Batter
Clayton Norcross ... Jonathan C. Edwards
Robby Welles Robby Welles ... The Pitcher
Michael Kirkhart Michael Kirkhart ... Mescal Vasquez
Joseph Campanella ... The Announcer
Annie Wersching ... The Batter's Wife
Timothy Prindle ... The Horse Rider
Brando Mahoney ... Jonathan C. Edwards' Son
Jordan Mazzarella Jordan Mazzarella ... The Batter's Son
Katie Canty Katie Canty ... Elisabeth Edwards
Antony Sestito Antony Sestito ... Player With Mirror
Peter Mazzarella Peter Mazzarella ... First Baseman
Bill Bitonti Bill Bitonti ... The Batter's Coach
Paul Mazzarella Paul Mazzarella ... The Pitcher's Coach
Brian Schweiger Brian Schweiger ... Second Base Runner
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It's the 9th inning of a high-stakes baseball game. The batter faces his worst adversary. The Old West. Jonathan C. Edwards confronts the nightmares of his past. Their destiny is about to be decided.

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baseball | gunslinger | See All (2) »

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Two Worlds. Two Men. One Destiny.

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Short | Action | Drama | History

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USA | Italy

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Lone Pine, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$37,000 (estimated)
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Experimental See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital EX

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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When actor Clayton Norcross showed up at the casting session for the film dressed as a western gunslinger, the filmmakers knew immediately they had found their lead actor. See more »

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References The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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Bill Bitonti the "Batters Coach" seems gay
8 April 2009 | by coverholSee all my reviews

Batters coach has got to be gay, just look at the way he stands.

This is a great movie I highly recommend the movie to everyone All the actors are great and so is the director.

Great job by the directors I can't wait to see more work from these guys. I wish they would have chosen a more realistic batters coach. I don't know of one gay batters coach in Major League baseball. I couldn't stand they way he portrayed himself it almost ruined the movie for me luckily it was so good besides this major flaw.

I wish this movie could have been longer I really liked everything about this film.

All of the action in the film was pretty good and it was a great depiction of baseball and the wild west very interesting and a great concept for a film


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