PG | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
When an accident miraculously gives a boy an incredibly powerful pitching arm, he becomes a major league pitcher for the Chicago Cubs.
Gary Busey's mustache seen in the movie is fake.
Cliff Murdoch - Announcer:
Opening Day at Wrigley, and oh what a sight! The diamond, the decorations, and the dread of yet another losing season.
When Henry first gets his cast on (at around 6 mins), it is shown as having a diagonal bar connecting about halfway between his shoulder and his elbow to hold his arm up. Never again do we see this bar, and none of Henry's shirts seem to be large enough to accommodate it. In addition, he hangs his arm fully outside the window of the van (at around 24 mins), something that would not be possible with that bar in place.
The actual major leaguers that strike out in the film (from 58:25 to 58:37) are listed under "Three Big Whiffers"
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