Mr. Baseball

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Overview

When has-been baseball player Jack Elliot (Tom Selleck) is signed by a Japanese team, he is initially reluctant to take the game seriously. Elliot is very successful, though, as he teaches the team about American chutzpah, and they remind him of the value of respect. He must fight his way out from under a slump to show that he deserves the title.
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Overview

When has-been baseball player Jack Elliot (Tom Selleck) is signed by a Japanese team, he is initially reluctant to take the game seriously. Elliot is very successful, though, as he teaches the team about American chutzpah, and they remind him of the value of respect. He must fight his way out from under a slump to show that he deserves the title.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Babe Ruth sport featurette: Fancy Curves; Original theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/2003
  • UPC: 025192353826
  • Original Release: 1992
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,859

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Selleck Jack Elliot
Ken Takakura Uchiyama
Ava Takanashi Hiroko Uchiyama
Dennis Haysbert Max "Hammer" Dubois
Toshi Shioya Yoji Nishimura
Kohsuke Toyohara Toshi Yamashita
Toshizo Fujiwara Ryoh Mukai
Mak Takano Shinji Igarashi
Kenji Morinaga Hiroshi Kurosawa
Joh Nishimura Tomohiko Ohmae
Kenji Anzai Player
Kazuo Asahi Player
Dianne Crittenden
Naoki Fujii Takuya Nishikawa
Hidetaka Hoshino Adachi-Coach
Toshikatsu Ida Catcher
Yuji Inoue Player
Takao Ito Katsura-Coach
Yasunori Itoh Catcher-Whales
Shinya Kagimoto Player
Fumio Kubo Pitcher-Whales
Bradley Jay "Animal" Lesley Niven
Hiroshi Masumoto Pitcher-Giants
Nobuhiko Matsunami Giants Manager
Masanao Matsuzaki Sugita
Kazuhiko Migita Namiki-Dragons
Shinichiro Miura Umpire
Shintaro Mizushima Uchida
Youichi Monda Player
Yoshiya Morita Yashiro-Coach
Kazukuni Mutoh Catcher-Giants
Hirokazu Nagano Player
Masahiro Nakane Pitcher-Carp
Masato Ohsumi Player
Roland Rodriquez Manuel
Ikuko Saitoh Morita San
Kinzo Sakura 1st Umpire
Tomohisa Shoji 2nd Base-Giants
Frank Thomas Rookie
Tsukumo Torisaka Anzai-Dragons
Michigo Washizukan Japanese Sportscaster
Carrie Yazel Coed in Bed
Norihide Goto Issei Itoi
Kensuke Toita Akito Yagi
Takanobu Hozumi Hiroshi Nakamura
Leon Lee Lyle Massey
Jun Hamamura Hiroko's Grandfather
Mineko Yorozuyo Hiroko's Grandmother
Shoji Ohoki Coach Hori
Tomoko Fujita Hiroko's Assistant
Hikari Takano Commercial Director
Tim McCarver Himself
Sean McDonough Himself
Art La Fleur Skip
Nicholas Cascone Doc
Larry Pennell Howie Gold
Scott Plank Ryan Ward
Charles Joseph Fick Billy Stevens
Michael McGrady Duane
Michael Papajohn Rick
Todd A. Provence Young Ball Player
Frank Mendoza Player-New York
Ken Medlock Umpire
Mary Kohnert Player's Wife
Makoto Kuno Japanese Sportscaster
Shinsuke Aoki Nikawa (Dragons Owner)
Rinzoh Suzuki Sato (Dragons Owner)
Nobuyuki Kariya Uemoto (Dragons)
Satoshi Jinbo Tsuboi (Dragons)
Shotaro Kusumi Takahashi (Dragons)
Katsushi Yamaguchi Kobayashi (Dragons)
Hiro Nagae Mutsui (Dragons)
Yoshimi Imai Ishimaru (Dragons)
Cin Chi Cheng Itami, Coach
Makoto Kaketa 2nd Umpire
Shogo Nakajima 3d Umpire
Greg Goossen Trey
Technical Credits
Fred Schepisi Director, Producer
Ian Baker Cinematographer
Lon Bentley Makeup
Doug Claybourne Producer
Dianne Crittenden Casting
Chuck Fick Consultant/advisor
Bruce Finlayson Costumes/Costume Designer
Jerry Goldsmith Score Composer
Edward S. Haworth Production Designer
Peter Honess Editor
Robert Israel Producer
John Junkerman Original Story
David Kelson Sound Mixer
Monte Merrick Screenwriter
Katsumi Nakazawa Production Designer
Robert Newmyer Producer
Jeffrey Price Screenwriter
Gary Ross Screenwriter
Peter S. Seaman Screenwriter
Jeffrey Silver Executive Producer
Ed Solomon Screenwriter
Kevin Wade Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Mercy Killing (Main Titles) [2:54]
2. Getting Traded [5:28]
3. Welcome to Japan [7:59]
4. Hokie Pokie [8:00]
5. Meet the Girl [7:40]
6. Play Ball [4:02]
7. Sore Loser [8:59]
8. "Accept Us" [10:36]
9. Dishonorable [4:20]
10. My Way [8:33]
11. Start Training [6:28]
12. Team Player [1:13]
13. "Baseball Is Work" [4:49]
14. Opportunity Calls [4:36]
15. The Big Game [9:34]
16. "Swing Away" [4:21]
17. The New Chief [3:22]
18. End Titles [5:16]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Scenes
   Bonus Materials
      Theatrical Trailer
      Babe Ruth Sport Featurette: Fancy Curves
      Recommendations
   Languages
      Spoken Language: English
      Spoken Language: Français
      Captioned for the Hearing Impaired: English
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: None
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie!!!!

    This movie is wonderful for those of you who like feel good baseball movies. Jack Elliot (Tom Selleck) is a washed up Yankee who gets sent to Japan to play for who he thinks is a bad manager. However, as the movie goes on, they get to understand each other better.

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    Posted January 30, 2009

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