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Bull Durham

Bull Durham

Director: Ron Shelton Cast: Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins

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A blend of comedy, drama and romance, Bull Durham follows the intertwining of three lives brought together by the great American pastime. Crash Davis (Kevin Costner, showcasing his Midwestern charm) is a perennial Minor Leaguer assigned to the Durham Bulls, a hapless team with a long tradition of mediocrity. There he tutors a young, dim-witted pitching prodigy, Nuke LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) in the ways of baseball, life, and love. Each strikes up a romance with Annie (Susan Sarandon), the team's "mascot" who takes it upon herself to sleep with a new player every season. Each has his/her own conflict: Crash struggles to end his career with some measure of dignity; Nuke struggles to make it to the "big show"; and Annie struggles to find something more than a roll in the hay -- and of course, Crash and Nuke come into conflict over Annie's affections to further complicate matters. The film treats the sport of baseball with a sort of casual reverence, highlighting both the drama and the humor inherent in the game, illustrated by Annie's numerous references to baseball as "her religion."

Product Details

Release Date: 07/10/2018
UPC: 0715515218214
Original Release: 1988
Rating: R
Source: Criterion
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 827

Special Features

Two audio commentaries, featuring Shelton and actors Kevin Costner and Tim Robbins; New conversation between Shelton and film critic Michael Sragow; Program from 2001 featuring interviews with cast and crew, including Shelton, Costner, Robbins, and actor Susan Sarandon; Appreciation of the film from 2008 featuring former players, broadcasters, and sports-film aficionados; NBC Nightly News piece from 1993 on the final season of baseball at Durham Athletic Park, where Bull Durham takes place and was shot; Interview with Max Patkin, known as the Clown Prince of Baseball, from a 1991 episode of NBC's Today; Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Costner Crash Davis
Susan Sarandon Annie Savoy
Tim Robbins Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh
Trey Wilson Joe "Skip" Riggins
Robert Wuhl Larry Hockett
Jenny Robertson Millie
Max Patkin Himself
William O'Leary Jimmy
Sid Aikens Baseball Player
Craig Brown Baseball Player
Wes Currin Baseball Player
Butch Davis Baseball Player
Paul Devlin Baseball Player
Jeff Greene Baseball Player
Kelly Heath Baseball Player
Mo Johnson Baseball Player
Todd Kopeznski Baseball Player
John Lovingood Baseball Player
Eddie Matthews Baseball Player
Alan Paternoster Baseball Player
Bill Robinson Baseball Player
Tom Shultz Baseball Player
Bonnie Timmermann Actor
Sam Veraldi Baseball Player
El Chico Williams Baseball Player
David Neidorf Bobby
Danny Gans Deke
Tom Silardi Tony
Lloyd Williams Mickey
Rick Marzan Jose
George "Buck" Flower Nuke's Father
Greg Avelone Doc
Robert Dickman Whitey
Timothy Kirk Ed
Don S. Davis Scared Batter
Stephen Ware Abused Umpire
Tobi Eshelman Bat Boy
Henry Sanders Sandy
Antoinette Forsyth Ballpark Announcer
Shirley Anne Ritter Cocktail Waitress
Pete Bock Minister
Alan Mejia Chu Chu
Garland Bunting Teddy (Radio Announcer)
Dean Robinson Dino
C.K. Bibby Mayor

Technical Credits
Ron Shelton Director,Screenwriter
Dave Alvin Songwriter
Cynthia Barr Makeup
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter Songwriter
Kris Boxell Set Decoration/Design
Danny Bramson Musical Direction/Supervision
Mark Burg Producer
Bobby Byrne Cinematographer
James B. Campbell Songwriter
Reg Connelly Songwriter
Michael Convertino Score Composer
Jimmy DeKnight Songwriter
Vance DeGeneres Songwriter
"Dr. John" C. Dumont Songwriter
Phil Everly Songwriter
John Fogerty Songwriter
Kirk A. Francis Sound/Sound Designer
Max Friedman Songwriter
Louise Frogley Costumes/Costume Designer
Armin Ganz Production Designer
Robert Leighton Editor
David Lester Executive Producer
David Lubin Art Director,Production Designer
Rose Marks Songwriter
Pat McLaughlin Songwriter
Thom Mount Producer
Pat DiNizio Songwriter
Dr. John Songwriter
Gina Schock Songwriter
George Thorogood Songwriter
Bonnie Timmermann Casting
Ike Turner Songwriter
M. Vaucaire Songwriter
Bennie Wallace Songwriter
William E. Ward Songwriter
Adam Weiss Editor
Harry Woods Songwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Bull Durham (Criterion Collection)
1. The Greatest Show On Dirt
2. The Player To Be Named Later
3. Cosmic All-Stars
4. Dubious Record
5. A Simple Game
6. Road Trip
7. The Moment
8. Winning Streaks
9. The Bermuda Triangle
10. A No-No With Umpires
11. The Call
12. Fear And Arrogance
13. How It Is
14. Crash's Dinger

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Bull Durham 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Bull Durham is a witty, sexy comedy about America's two favorite things, baseball and sex. This is definately one of those movies you watch so many times you know all the lines.
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Crash Davis a catcher that has hit the most number of home runs in the minor leagues and has never made it to the Majors is trying to find a way to end his career with some dignity. He¿s been called back again to help a new young pitcher find a way in the big league. The only problem between the two is the chemistry. Both are trying to sleep with lady that calls herself the teams mascot, Annie. Throughout the film minor league baseball is shown as having a small town atmosphere where a young player can find himself. Nuke, the young pitcher that Crash has been called on to help just cant seem to spot his fastball and throw it for strikes. Crash goes through all kind of schemes like making Nuke wear womens underwear, telling him to breath through his eyelids. Of course there is a streak in the movie and Nuke has to give up something to keep it alive, but you will have to watch this great film for yourself to see that. If you want to see a great baseball comedy filled with drama, and a little piece of romance buy this film and you won¿t be disappointed.
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