Going All The Way starring Ben Affleck, Rose McGowan, Jeremy Davies, Amy Locane
Terrific true account of the infamous 1919 Black Sox Scandal, in which eight ballplayers from the Chicago White Sox threw the World Series for $80,000. Fine ensemble!
First Buck Weaver (John Cusack) with young fans, then Cicotte (David Strathairn) dismissing teammate Chick (Michael Rooker) before his meet with owner Comiskey (Clifton James) in writer-director John Sayles' Eight Men Out, 1988.
Introducing gamblers (Richard Edson, Christopher Lloyd) in the stands, players (John Cusack, Charlie Sheen, David Strathairn et al) afield, owner Comiskey (Clifton James) with director John Sayles among the reporters, in Eight Men Out, 1988.
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A dramatization about the infamous 1919 "Black Sox Scandal," in which eight members of the Chicago White Sox conspired with gamblers to throw the World Series in return for cash.
An adaptation of the 1919 major league baseball scandal involving the Chicago White Sox. The Sox are conned into throwing the 1919 World Series. Eight players are indicted but are later acquitted of all charges. The players concerned were barred from the major leagues and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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