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The Pride of the Yankees
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The Pride of the Yankees 1942

From Amazon: You'll be proud to introduce your kids to this film about virtue, courage, and an indomitable spirit. Like Treasure Island and Tom Sawyer, Pride should be required viewing for every family. Gary Cooper plays Lou Gehrig, the "Iron Horse" New York Yankee first baseman who became a record-setting legend in baseball. Sure, Cooper's a little long in the tooth to play a collegian, and he tries to capture Gehrig's innocence with a kind of eye-batting dopiness. But the last moments of the film, before Gehrig's final, famous farewell, transform the picture. Gehrig happens across a young man whom he had encountered years before in...

Directed By:
No image existsSam Wood
Written By:
No image existsHerman J. Mankiewicz
No image existsJo Swerling
No image existsGary Cooper
No image existsTeresa Wright
No image existsWalter Brennan
No image existsDan Duryea

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The Pride of the Yankees Movie Review by BillyBob (2/20/2014)

Of course, I would never say that The Pride Of The Yankees was the worst movie ever made about the sport of Baseball, but, then again, I'd definitely never admit that it was the best, either.

Yes. I do fully realize (to my dismay) that this 1942 picture was clearly intended to be MGM's respectful homage to honor one of...

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