A League Of Their Own (1992)

A League Of Their Own (1992)

Release Date : Jul. 01, 1992 | Rating ★★★★★★★
Details : As America's stock of athletic young men is depleted during World War II a professional all-female baseball league springs up in the Midwest funded by publicity-hungry candy maker Walter Harvey. Competitive sisters Dottie Hinson and Kit Keller spar with each other scout Ernie Capadino and grumpy has-been coach Jimmy Dugan on their way to fame.
Duration : 2 Hours 7 Minutes
Cast and Crew :

Tom Hanks as Jimmy Dugan

Geena Davis as Dottie Hinson (C)

Lori Petty as Kit Keller (P)

Madonna as Mae Mordabito (CF)

Megan Cavanagh as Marla Hooch (2B)

Tracy Reiner as Betty Horn (LF/P)

Bitty Schram as Evelyn Gardner (RF)

Ann Cusack as Shirley Baker (LF)

Anne Ramsay as Helen Haley (1B)

Renée Coleman as Alice Gaspers (LF/C)

David Strathairn as Ira Lowenstein

Jon Lovitz as Ernie Capadino

Bill Pullman as Bob Hinson

Eddie Jones as Dave Hooch

Don S. Davis as Racine Coach Charlie

Janet Jones as Racine Pitcher

Téa Leoni as Racine 1B

Laurel Cronin as Maida Gillespie

Joey Slotnick as Doris' Fan #2

Gregory Sporleder as Mitch Swaley

Stephen Mailer as Kit's Guy in Bar

Gary Houston as Ray Foster (uncredited)

David L. Lander as Radio Sportscaster (uncredited)

Rosie O'Donnell as Doris Murphy (3B) | Freddie Simpson as Ellen Sue Gotlander (SS/P) | Robin Knight as 'Beans' Babbitt (SS) | Patti Pelton as Marbleann Wilkenson (2B) | Kelli Simpkins as Beverly Dixon (OF) | Neezer Tarleton as Neezer Dalton (OF) | Connie Pounds-Taylor as Connie Calhoun (OF) | Kathleen Marshall as 'Mumbles' Brockman (OF) | Sharon Szmidt as Vivian Ernst (2B) | Pauline Brailsford as Miss Cuthbert | Garry Marshall as Walter Harvey | Justin Scheller as Stilwell | Alan Wilder as Nelson | Michael Haley as Empathetic Umpire | Brenda Ferrari as Racine Catcher | Wantland L. Sandel Jr. as Doctor | Joe Krowka as Heckler | Harry Shearer as Newsreel Announcer | Blaire Baron as Margaret | Ryan Howell as Jeffrey | Brian Boru Gleeson as Bobby | David Franks as Vacuum Salesman | Ryan Olsen as Dollbody Kid | Ellie Weingardt as Charm School Instructor | Larissa Collins as Charm School Assistant | Douglas Blakeslee as Doris' Fan #1 | Brian Flannery as Autograph Kid #1 | Stephen Feagley as Autograph Kid #2 | Rae Allen as Ma Keller | Eddie Mekka as Mae's Guy in Bar | Raymond L. Chapman as Ticket Scalper | Joette Hodgen as Opera Singer | Lynn Cartwright as Older Dottie | Kathleen Butler as Older Kit | Eunice Anderson as Older Mae | Vera Johnson as Older Doris | Patricia Wilson as Older Marla | Mark Holton as Older Stilwell | Barbara Erwin as Older Shirley | Betty Miller as Older Betty | Eugenia McLin as Older Ellen Sue | Barbara Pilavin as Older Helen | Marvin Einhorn as Older Ira | Shirley Burkovich as Older Alice | Dolores 'Pickles' Dries as Lady in Bleachers | Shelly Adlard as Additional Player | Vickie Buse as Additional Player | K.C. Carr as Additional Player | Julie Croteau as Additional Player | Tonya Gilles Koch as Additional Player | Kirsten Gretick as Additional Player | Stacey Gustaferro as Additional Player | Lisa Handirk as Additional Player | Cheryl Jones as Additional Player | Shelly Niemeyer as Additional Player | Sally Rutherford as Additional Player | Lita Schmitt as Additional Player | Amanda Walker as Additional Player | Brenda Watson as Additional Player | Clint Calvert as Baseball Fan with Boy (uncredited) | Del Close as Baseball Owner (uncredited) | Sarah Cosgrove-Gaumond as Charm School Assistant (uncredited) | Cris Cunningham as Soldier (uncredited) | Doug Decker as Photographer (uncredited) | Andrea Helene as Model (uncredited) | Kindra Marra as Racine Pitcher (uncredited) | Megan McCarthy as Ballplayer (uncredited) | Ed Quinn as Mr. Murphy (uncredited) | Phil Russell as Enthusiastic Fan (uncredited) | Keith Schrader as Umpire (uncredited) | Ray Toler as Loudmouth from Lukash (uncredited) | Producer  : Robert Greenhut | Director  : Penny Marshall | Executive Producer  : Penny Marshall | Producer  : Elliot Abbott | Writer  : Kim Wilson |