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Eight Men Out

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Writer/director John Sayles' dramatization of the most infamous episode in professional sports -- the fix of the 1919 World Series -- is considered by many to be among his best films and arguably the best baseball movie ever made. Read More
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Buck Weaver
Charles Comiskey
Eddie Cicotte
Bill Burns
Kid Gleason
"Shoeless" Joe Jackson
Arnold Rothstein
Hap Felsch
Ray Schalk
Swede Risberg
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March 23, 2011
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Classic acting performances married to an errily accurate historial recounting of the most infamous event in American sports history. Combined everything but sex a film can offer. I definitely felt a pathos for the players even though thier actions were wrong. Charlie acted as life is stranger then fiction by his portral as the loud mouthed scatter brain centerfielder.

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