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The Winning Team (1952) was a Black-and-white - Drama Film directed by Lewis Seiler and produced by Bryan Foy.

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THE THIRD DORIS DAY BLOGATHON: The Winning Team (1952)

on Apr 3, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Michaela of Love Letters to Old Hollywood is presenting The Third Doris Day Blogathon running from April 3 - 5, 2019. Enjoy all the contributions HERE. Warner Brothers generally kept their popular leading lady Doris Day busy in musicals, but in 1952 she was cast as the real-life Aimee Alexande... Read full article


The final matches are over and the winning team of the 2014 Lombard Cup is.....

By monty on Nov 28, 2014 From All Good Things

The final six matches in the 2014 Lombard Cup have wrapped up and Team Carole (my team) won four of them over Team Veronica (Kristen's team). Here are the final numbers: ROBERT MITCHUM (Team Veronica) defeated DEAN MARTIN (Team Carole) 10-8 PAUL NEWMAN (Team Carole) defeated WILLIAM HOLDEN (Team ... Read full article


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Sideshow heckler: How does it feel to be livin' off the fleas?
Grover Cleveland Alexander: Well, it's better than havin' 'em live offa me.


Aimee Alexander: Now remember what Bill Killefer said. He said as long as Alex can stand on his two feet, he's still the pitcher I'd want to have in there when we're in a tough spot.


Grover Cleveland Alexander: You must be so tired, Dear!
Aimee Alexander: Why should I be tired?
Grover Cleveland Alexander: I've been stealing strength from you all season - every game, every pitch. Without you there, I couldn't have done any of it. God must think a lot of me. He's given me you.


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The opening credits show Grover Cleveland Alexander's plaque at the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. It is accurate in all respects except one: it shows Ronald Reagan's likeness instead of the real Grover Cleveland Alexander.
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