A League of Their Own

"To achieve the incredible, you have to attempt the impossible."

The movie was released in United States theaters in July of 1992. The film is listed in the genre of sport drama and comedy. The motion picture rating is PG do to some of the language. The movie was directed and produced by Penny Marshall. The executive producer of the movie was Elliot Abbott. The story writers are Kim Wilson and Kelly Candaele. The screenplay writers of the film were Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel.

The characters of the movie come together during World War II when the men of the nation are away fighting the war leaving women to fill factory jobs. At the same time professional sports had also been put on hold except two men decide that they would form an All American Women’s Baseball team. The owner sends out scouts throughout the United States to search for young women that may be interested in playing on a baseball team. Recruiting scout Ernie Capadira is played by actor Jon Lovits finds two sisters playing softball in a small town located in Oregon. The owner of the major Chicago Cubs baseball team Walter Harvey played by actor Gary Marshall puts Ira Lowerstein played by actor David Strathairn in charge of finding enough women to make up four Midwest baseball teams. The owner hires one of the former baseball players known as Jimmy Dugan, who is played by actor Tom Hanks as the team’s manager. The four teams will go by the names the Rockford Peaches, Racine Bells, Kenosha Comets, and South Bend Blue Sox’s.

In the movie, Rosie O’Donnell plays the role of third base player Doris Murphy; Megan Cavanaugh plays the role of second base player Marla Hooch; Geena Davis as the pitcher Dottie Hinson and her younger sister Kit Keller played by Lori Petty. Madonna plays a role Mae Mordabito a woman from New York.

PG
| 1992 | 2 hr 8 min | 7.2/10
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Penny Marshall
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English
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