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The Last Play at Shea (2010)

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A documentary feature chronicling the history of two New York icons and the journey that brought them together for the last musical performance at Shea Stadium.

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Paul Crowder, Jon Small

Writer:

Mark Monroe
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Credited cast:
Alec Baldwin ... Narrator (voice)
Dan Barry Dan Barry ... Himself
Tony Bennett ... Himself
Garth Brooks ... Himself
Roger Daltrey ... Himself
Pete Flynn Pete Flynn ... Himself
Don Henley ... Himself
Keith Hernandez Keith Hernandez ... Himself
Billy Joel ... Himself
Paul McCartney ... Himself
Mike Piazza ... Himself
Tom Seaver Tom Seaver ... Himself
Darryl Strawberry ... Himself
Steven Tyler ... Himself
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A documentary feature chronicling the history of two New York icons and the journey that brought them together for the last musical performance at Shea Stadium.

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English

Release Date:

25 April 2010 (USA) See more »

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Paean to a City, a Team, a Venue and a Performer
3 January 2012 | by artie412See all my reviews

Met fans, Billy fans and New Yorkers of a certain age will get their share of goose bumps and lumps in their throat watching this words and musical paean to The City and its soul.

The evolution and maturing of Billy and the Mets, along with its self-destructive ups and downs, is expertly handled by the film makers.

The insights into the life of Billy Joel, the impact of urban sprawl, Robert Moses and working class are set to the music of Billy, along with Tony Bennett, Paul McCartney, Garth Brooks and others.

You don't HAVE to be a NY Met fan, a Billy fan or even a New Yorker to watch this engrossing documentary.


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