The Sandlot

The Sandlot

Director: David Mickey Evans Cast: Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Patrick Renna
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The Sandlot

The Sandlot is sparsely narrated by the main character (now an adult) who occasionally drops in on the action to comment on events or help move the story along. Tom Guiry plays Scotty Smalls, the shy new kid on the block who wants to join the rowdy pickup baseball team that plays every day in the neighborhood sandlot. But he doesn't know how to catch a baseball, and his stepfather (Dennis Leary) is too busy to teach him. He tries out for the sandlot gang anyway, and though he isn't very good, it turns out he's lucky: there happen to be only eight of them, and nine makes a team. The summer passes blissfully as Scotty learns to play ball under the wing of Benny Rodriguez (Mike Vitar), the oldest and best player, as well as Ham, Squints, Repeat, and the rest of the kid-eccentrics. The skies darken, however, when Benny literally knocks the stuffing out of the team's only baseball, a sign of impending doom, or worse, bad luck. Wanting to set things right, Scotty returns home and "borrows" his stepfather's ball, which he promptly uses to hit his first home run, knocking the ball clear out of the sandlot into mean old Mr. Mertle (James Earl Jones)'s junkyard, home to Mertle's legendary guard dog The Beast. Scotty admits that he took the ball without asking, and he naively explains that his stepfather will want it back since it had a woman's name written on it: some lady named Babe Ruth. Horror-stricken, the sandlot gang mobilizes to fetch the autographed ball from the clutches of The Beast, building a series of mechanical ball-retrieval machines which get progressively more complicated and preposterous as The Beast's size grows in their imaginations.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/10/2007
UPC: 0024543405955
Original Release: 1993
Rating: PG
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:41:00

Special Features

Full-length movie; Kids captioning in English and Spanish; Easy to play

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Guiry Scotty Smalls
Mike Vitar Benjamin Franklin Rodriguez
Patrick Renna Hamilton "Ham" Porter
Chauncey Leopardi Michael "Squints"' Palledorous
Karen Allen Mom
Marty York Alan "Yeah-Yeah" McClennan
Daniel Zacapa Actor
Brandon Adams Kenny DeNunez
James Earl Jones Mr. Mertle
Grant Gelt Bertram Grover Weeks
Shane Obedzinski Tommy "Repeat" Timmons
Denis Leary Bill
Art La Fleur "The Babe"
Cleve Hall Beast Puppeteer
Arliss Howard Actor
Shari Rhodes Actor
Dennis Williams Giants 3rd Baseman
Victor di Mattia Timmy Timmons
Herb Muller Young Mr. Mertle
Garret Pearson Police Chief
Keith Campbell Thief
Wil Horneff Phillips
Maury Wills Coach
Bob Apisa Home Plate Umpire
Robbie T. Robinson 3rd Base Umpire
Chuck Fick Giants Catcher
Marley Shelton Wendy

Technical Credits
David Mickey Evans Director,Screenwriter
Mark Burg Executive Producer
Marc Dabe Art Director
Dale de la Torre Producer
William M. Elvin Asst. Director
Michael Ferris Cinematographer
William S. Gilmore Producer
Robert Gunter Associate Producer,Screenwriter
Chester Kaczenski Production Designer
David Newman Score Composer
Grania Preston Costumes/Costume Designer
Anthony Richmond Cinematographer
Judi Sandin Set Decoration/Design
Timothy R. Sexton Consultant/advisor
Michael A. Stevenson Editor
Cathleen Summers Executive Producer
Cliff Wenger Special Effects
Chris Zarpas Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Sandlot
1. Legends (Main Titles)
2. The New Kid
3. The Sandlot Kids
4. Mom's Advice
5. A Lesson From Dad
6. Meet the Gang
7. The Weenie
8. The Thing Behind the Fence
9. Legend of the Beast
10. Wendy Peffercorn
11. Squint's Big Move
12. The Fourth of July
13. A Challenge
14. The Hard Stuff
15. An Omen
16. The Babe's Ball
17. Buying Some Time
18. Primitive Attempts
19. Sucking It Up
20. Hanging Out
21. Science Against Nature
22. Benny's Dream
23. Benny & the Beast
24. Saving the Beast
25. Mr. Mertle's Deal
26. Things Work Out
27. The Gang Grows Up
28. End Titles

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The Sandlot 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
BaseBallBoy More than 1 year ago
This movie is one of the best movies I have ever seen! The other two movie are fantastic!!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this is the best family and sports movie ever! It's so original and fun to watch. This is deifinately a class :)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The Sandlot Kids is the best movie ever!!!! How could it not be with Marty Yourk and Mike Vitar in there!!!! It is so funny/ Yeah Yeah makes me laugh sooooo much that I'm in tears!
Guest More than 1 year ago
best movie for kids and adults alike. the movie is so simple everybody in the family will sure to love it. reminds of summer vacations where good and lasting friendships are forged. could be a sorry disappointment if you pass this one up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In any genre, this film has a great plotline of kids in the 60's before drugs, Vietnam and Watergate screwed up our idealism. This kind of captures that time and place where Scotty Smalls, the new kid on the block, is welcomed because he proves he has guts. I think that this movie is a classic and will outlive my generation and fuifill dreams for future generations of baseball generations if steroid doesn't destroy that grand culture.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is completely enjoyable and utterly captivating. The actors are outstanding and the whimsical directing captures to a T the way we all used to view the world, once upon a time when we were children and the world was full of magic, wonder, and possibility. If baseball was an integral part of your childhood, as it was for mine, then this movie is especially recommended. No other movie has captured the true childhood dilemma of wanting to cheer a friend who just managed to tear the cover off a baseball, yet knowing that the most integral piece of equipment has just been destroyed! This is one of the best movies for and about kids to come along in quite awhile. A classic that will endure.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sandlot is a very cool movie a kid moves in a new town and has no friends his name is scott but he meets benny and the guys and they hang out and play baseball the part of the movie i like is when squints fakes drowing in the pool and wendy pepercorn saves him and he kisses her so she kicks him out the pool he's never allowed by the pool lol a great movie kids living in the 60's being good friends and playing ball
Guest More than 1 year ago
My son is nearly 3 and has watched this movie nearly every night... it is so wonderful and funny. The whole family watches it with him. My nephew who is 12 now and plays baseball handed the movie down to my son. We'll be handing it back down to my new nephew who is nearly 2. Ageless, truly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is sooo CLASSIC!!! I've watched it over and over for years. It NEVER gets old!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first time i wtached this awesome movie I almost laughed my brains out! This movie, too funny. My favorite thing about this movie is 'The beast'.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this movie! "Some lady named Babe Ruth", classic and halarious! Watch and enjoy. It's bound to be favorite "until forever".
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this movie. It is my favorite of all time! From the very first time I saw it. Go Benny!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is shows the meaning of friendship and the love a teenager has for Baseball...He believes that Baseball is his Destiny...It's the best movie I have ever seen!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Omg! this movie is so funny and I love it so much!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie The Sandlot by: David Mickey Evans is a very good movie. I enjoy this movie every time i watch it. It is a very funny creative movie, for kidsand adults. I think people at all ages can enjoy this movie. It has a great story line with a whole bunch of great friends, who make a baseball field and play it everyday. Baseball is these kids life, they live and die by the sport. This was a great movie for all ages, and i enjoyed watching it alot. I would refer it to anyone who like a good laugh.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this movie, i have watched it several times over the years and it is just FUN... it makes u wanna be a kid again and enjoy all those good times that u had with ur friends in the summer heat... This movie is a must see, for all ages...
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love this movie so much!! it has been my favorite movie for the longest time - the characters are hilarious and realistic - the dialogue is so memorable - i watch it every weekend and it never gets old!! I LOVE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RODRIGUEZ!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Sandlot is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is one of those movies that almost everyone can relate to. The story is about a boy named Scotty who moves to a new neighborhood in the summer, knowing absolutely no one other than his mother and step-father. Finally, through the leadership of a boy from the neighborhood's "baseball gang," Scotty becomes best friends with eight other boys. Baseball brings them all together, creating an adventure of a lifetime. When I watched this movie, it made me think of my childhood and all of my fun and innocent childhood memories. Before alcohol and drugs became such a huge part of our society, people found other, more wholesome ways to have fun. The Sandlot does a great job in demonstrating this. This movie is family-friendly and fun to watch. The humor, the bit of romance and the overall adventures that these boys go through symbolizes true friendship. This movie shows the importance of the bond between friends and family. I love how these boys became closer, and a lot of this formation of friendships was because of their leader. It goes to show how one person can make a difference by being a good example to those around you. It sends a good message to children, that striving to be a leader is not a bad thing if you use your leadership skills for good. The music also complimented the movie and story. The soundtrack to this movie is awesome, especially with the talent of composer David Newman. Every song in the movie fits perfectly with each scene. The director, David Mickey Evans, does a great job in portraying each character as someone different and unique. Each character was convincing in their own roles and I feel they did their job in portraying the author's purpose. Although the characters were so different and did not necessarily have much in common, they all shared a common interest of baseball. Each boy had something unique about him, whether it was his intelligence, his shyness, his humor, his toughness, his athleticism, his leadership skills, or his interest in science. The acting was really good and I was impressed with all of the humor and spunk these young boys had. This movie was funny, adventurous, and unpredictable at times, but it left me with a happy feeling. This brotherly bond, formed among these nine boys, gives hope to people who feel alone that they do not have to be alone. The main character's background is very common among children. There are many unfortunate situations for children where parents are divorced or one parent dies. In these situations, the children tend to end up feeling alone. This movie is inspirational to many. There is one thing about the DVD itself that I do not like. There are not many features on the DVD, other than subtitles. Despite the lack of special features, extras, or commentary, this movie is a must-see! Overall I give this movie five stars, ten out of ten, and a big thumbs up. It has nothing but good qualities and is enjoyable to watch, so I encourage everyone to buy this movie. This is one of those movies where you can watch it over and over again, and it never gets old. I find myself smiling throughout most of the movie because it is very heartwarming. If there was one movie I would recommend to a kid, or even a family, it would definitely be The Sandlot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best movie I have ever seen. It takes place as young Scotty Smalls moves to a new town. His mom tells him to go out every day and make new friends.One day while walking, he happens to lead himself into the Sandlot. The neighborhood gang practices their every day. When Benny''The Jet'' Rodriguizes knocks the ball into left center field, Smalls tries to catch the ball. But they find out that Smalls can't catch or throw. Smalls stepfather is to busy to teach him to play though. So The Jet teaches young Smalls to catch and throw. So now they have a team. One day in the summer, Benny knocks the stiches out of the ball but their is one problem, THEY DON'T HAVE A BALL. So Smalls takes his stefather's ''Babe Ruth'' autographed baseball. When Smalls Knocks out the ball it happens to be a Home Run. But the problem is, It WAS AUTOGRAPHED BY THE GREAT BAMBINO(Smalls doesn't know who that is).When they try to get it, their is a legendary Beast that lives their. So they try all the stunts to get it. But in one dream, Benny talked to Babe Ruth. Then the next day, he gathers the gang up and gets the ball. He gets chased for about five minutes.When the dog gets crushed by a wall, Smalls and Benny return it to Mr. Mertle(James Earl Jones).So at the end Smalls tells his stepfather and replaces the Babe Ruth autographed ball with the 1972 Yankees atuographed baseball that Mr. Mertle traded them for.Overall an outstanding movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
''You're killing me Smalls!''