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Cobb
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Cobb 1995


From Amazon: Tyrus Raymond Cobb played baseball like a man charging a machine-gun nest. He gave no quarter, took no prisoners. And when his Hall of Fame career was over, Ty Cobb attacked life the same way. Tommy Lee Jones portrays the legendary - and equally cheered and detested - Georgia Peach in this acclaimed film from writer/director Ron Shelton (Bull Durham, Dark Blue), also starring Robert Wuhl and Lolita Davidovich. From its recapturing of the outfielder's playing days (Roger Clemens portrays a rival pitcher) to its recreation of a 1961 Hall of Fame banquet, Cobb is a movie grand slam. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsRon Shelton
Written By:
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Starring:
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No image existsRobert Wuhl
No image existsLolita Davidovich

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Cobb Movie Review by Jarrod (11/8/2010)

By most accounts, Ty Cobb was a racist, alcoholic, wife beater, a misanthropic recluse who spent his final years alone, filled with bitterness, and perhaps some unexpressed regret; everyone hated him, including his children, ex-wives, and former teammates. He had no friends. Except, perhaps, for sportswriter Al Stump,...

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