King of the Hill -- A young boy struggles on his own in a run-down hotel after his parents and younger brother are individually separated from which is set in the 1930s Depression-era Midwest.
King of the Hill follows Ferguson Jenkins and the Cubs through the trials of 1972-'73, offering an intimate glimpse of the sport, from the hope and innocence of spring training to a slump in August.
A.E. Hochner's autobiographical tale of a young boy growing up with an institutionalized mother and an absentee father during the Depression.
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Soderbergh vividly depicts the Depression in this story of a 12-year old St. Louis boy who must fend for himself when his mother is sent to a sanitarium and his father leaves to work as a salesman.
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