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  • 1935
  • 1 HR 13 MIN
  • NR

Throughout the 1930s, rubber-faced, wide-mouthed comedian Joe. E Brown starred in films with sports themes, including three baseball features: FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD (1932), ELMER THE GREAT (1933), and this film, perhaps the best of his diamond comedies. He plays Frank X. Farrell, a heavy-hitting rookie pitching sensation with the Cubs who finds an more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
William Wister Haines
Source (1 Credit)
Ring Lardner
Producer (1 Credit)
Edward Chodorov
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Editor (1 Credit)
Thomas Pratt
Art Director (1 Credit)
Esdras Hartley
Music Director (1 Credit)
Leo F. Forbstein

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