Little Big League

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A 12-year old boy inherits the Minnesota Twins in this baseball comedy that is aimed toward younger viewers. Young Billy, a normal twelve-year old, is nuts about baseball and knows almost everything there is to know about the game. He should, his grandfather owns the perennial losers, the Minnesota Twins. When grandpa dies, he leaves the Twins in Billy's hands. Naturally the players are skeptical, especially after Billy designates himself as team manager. But with a combination of guile, knowledge and ...
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A 12-year old boy inherits the Minnesota Twins in this baseball comedy that is aimed toward younger viewers. Young Billy, a normal twelve-year old, is nuts about baseball and knows almost everything there is to know about the game. He should, his grandfather owns the perennial losers, the Minnesota Twins. When grandpa dies, he leaves the Twins in Billy's hands. Naturally the players are skeptical, especially after Billy designates himself as team manager. But with a combination of guile, knowledge and determination, Billy earns their grudging respect and the team begins a winning streak. Initially, Billy reminds the team that baseball is supposed to be fun, but he soon forgets that as he becomes increasingly involved in the adult world of competition, management and team politics. His three friends are angered that he no-longer has time for them. Billy gets made when the first baseman starts going out with his mom. Eventually the burned out Billy must again learn how to be a kid.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/2/1999
  • UPC: 053939256338
  • Original Release: 1994
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  • Source: Turner Home Ent
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Luke Edwards Billy Heywood
Timothy Busfield Lou Collins
John Ashton Mac Macnally
Ashley Crow Jenny Heywood
Kevin Dunn Arthur Goslin
Jason Robards Jr. Thomas Heywood
Billy L. Sullivan Chuck Lobert
Miles Feulner Joey Smith
Jonathan Silverman Jim Bowers
Dennis Farina George O'Farrell
Wolfgang Bodison Spencer Hamilton
Duane Davis Jerry Johnson
Michael Papajohn Tucker Kain
Scott Patterson Mike McGrevey
David Arnott Little League Manager
Jeff Garlin Opposing Little League Manager
Allan Wasserman Little League Umpire
Teddy Bergman Lowell
Allen Hamilton Mr. Patterson
John Beasley Roberts
Joey Johnson Whitey
John Gordon Wally Holland
O'Neal Compton Major League Umpire
Steve Cochran Reporter #1
Mark McGann Agent
Peter Syvertsen Hotel Manager
Jodie Fisher Night Nurse #1
Gary Groomes Doctor
Charlie Owens Patient
Brock Pierce Sidney
Daniel Smith Twins Team
Patrick Wright Twins Team
Ryan Anderson Batboy
Randy Johnson Special Appearance
Dave Magadan Special Appearance
Tim Raines Special Appearance
Chris Berman Special Appearance
Joseph Latimore Lonnie Ritter
Technical Credits
Andrew Scheinman Director
Mary Gail Artz Casting
Andrew Bergman Executive Producer
Stanley Clarke Score Composer
Barbara Cohen Casting
Robert Eber Musical Direction/Supervision
Jeffrey Howard Production Designer
Michael Jablow Editor
Mike Lobell Producer
Hummie Mann Score Composer
Mark McGann Asst. Director
Adam Merims Associate Producer
Steve Nicolaides Executive Producer
Erica Phillips Costumes/Costume Designer
Gregory K. Pincus Screenwriter
Ethel Robins Richards Set Decoration/Design
Gary Ross Screenwriter
Adam Scheinman Screenwriter
Donald Thorin Cinematographer
Pamela Westmore Makeup
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    This is a movie I could watch over & over. I own it on VHS. My 3 year old brother likes it too! We've watched it almost every summer. It's a must buy for any baseball fan! Enjoy!

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