- Rated: PG-13
- Run Time: 2 hours, 8 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: April 20, 2004
- Originally Released: 1992
- Label: Sony Pictures
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Special Edition
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
- Dolby Digital 4.0 - English
- Dolby Digital 4.0 - French
- Additional Release Material:
- Deleted Scenes
- Music Video: Madanna - This Used To Be My Playground
- Featurette: NINE MEMORABLE INNINGS
- Audio Commentary: Penny Marshall - Director, Lori Petty, Megan Cavanagh,
- Tracy Reiner - Stars
- Text/Photo Galleries:
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Tom Hanks &
Téa Leoni &
Lowell Ganz &
Director of Photography:
Memorable Quotes and Dialog:
"There's no crying in baseball!" Jimmy (Hanks)
"You see, the train moves, not the station."
New York Times - 07/01/1992
"...One of the year's most cheerful, most relaxed, most easily enjoyable comedies....Hanks is first among the equals..."
USA Today - 07/01/1992
"...Beguiling screen entertainment....Unmatched subject matter....The game scenes are exciting..." -- 3 out of 4 stars
Los Angeles Times - 07/01/1992
"...Blessed with a pleasing comedy concept....[The women] exhibit a winning a playful camaraderie..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 07/01/1992
"...The movie has a real bittersweet charm..."
Premiere - 06/01/2004
"Its cast is a who's who of the power and talent that would dominate the '90s..."
In 1943 when the ranks of professional male baseball players were leaving for the war, a group of ladies left their homes to become part of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and kept baseball alive for a grateful nation. This is their story. Dottie Hinson (Geena Davis) is the team's most gifted player,and the camaraderie and jealousy with her sister (Lori Petty) is part of this film's charm and complexity. Jimmy Dugan (Tom Hanks) is the drunken ex-player and slob manager who eventually brings the team to success. Directed by Penny Marshall (BIG, AWAKENINGS) and also starring Madonna, Jon Lovitz and Bill Pullman.