Kill the Umpire (1950)

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Former baseball player Bill Johnson, portrayed by William Bendix, failing at many jobs when his ball-playing days are over, reluctantly takes the advice of his father-in-law, Jonah Evans (...See full summary »

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Three years after this film was released, Tom D'Andrea would co-star again with William Bendix, this time in Bendix's series The Life of Riley (1953), in which he played Riley's neighbor Jim Gillis. Henry Kulky, also in this film, was a regular on "The Life of Riley", too.


Several large mountain ranges are visible in background of ballpark scenes set in St. Petersburg, Florida, an area that has no mountains.


Plot Summary


Comedy | Sport


Release Date:

27 April 1950



Country of Origin


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