The Sandlot (1993)

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The Sandlot
During a summer of friendship and adventure one boy becomes a part of the gang nine boys become a team and their leader becomes a legend by confronting the terrifying mystery beyond the right field wall
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Movie Details

Theatrical Release:April 7th, 1993
On DVD & Blu-ray:January 29th, 2002 - Buy DVD
Movie Budget:$7,000,000
Movie Box Office Gross:$34,348,444 (Worldwide)
Original Language:English
Executive Producers:Mark Burg, Chris Zarpas, Cathleen Summers
Production Companies:Island World 20th Century Fox
Movie Tags:dog, baseball, 1960s

The Sandlot Collection

The Sandlot (released in some countries as The Sandlot Kids) is a 1993 American coming-of-age sports comedy film co-written, directed, and narrated by David Mickey Evans. It tells the story of a group of young baseball players during the summer of 1962. It stars Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Karen Allen, Denis Leary, and James Earl Jones. The filming locations were in Midvale, Salt Lake City, and Ogden, Utah. It grossed $34 million worldwide and has become a cult film. A direct-to-video sequel entitled The Sandlot 2 was released in 2005 in which a new Sandlot gang is featured. The only returning cast member is James Earl Jones as Mr. Mertle. Evans also returned to direct the sequel and voiced Smalls' younger brother, Johnnie. The Sandlot: Heading Home (2007), was another direct-to-video sequel starring Luke Perry as Tommy "Santa" Santorelli who gets knocked back to 1976 from 2005 and relives his childhood. Chauncey Leopardi reprises his role as Squints.