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Number One (1969) was a Drama - Sports Film directed by Tom Gries and produced by Walter Seltzer.

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By Dan Day, Jr. on Sep 5, 2020 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

It's football season....well, it's supposed to be football season, but, I'm not going to get into that. But I will get into a 1969 film about a fictional football player--NUMBER ONE, starring Charlton Heston. Heston is Ron "Cat" Catlan", quarterback for the NFL's New Orleans Saints. As the story be... Read full article

A pair of number one seeds take a fall

By monty on Mar 24, 2013 From All Good Things

One thing is for certain..this year's final four will be all newcomers to the big dance. A few days ago, reigning 60's era champion Natalie Wood was ousted by Shirley Jones. Today, two more top seeds followed suit. Judy Garland made an impressive rally but fell just short as she lost to Bette Davis ... Read full article

A number one seed makes an early exit in round 3

By monty on Mar 20, 2013 From All Good Things

March Madness rears it's head once again as round three of the favorite classic movie actress tourney produced a few shockers. The biggest being the loss by two-time Final Four finalist Natalie Wood to upstart Shirley Jones. Natalie had won the previous two tourneys 60's era bracket with ease but ki... Read full article

Number One with a Bullet (1987, Jack Smight)

on Feb 12, 2013 From The Stop Button

With a larger budget–and a different director–Number One with a Bullet might succeed. It’s a wry spoof of cop movies and TV shows, pairing crazy man Robert Carradine and urbane Billy Dee Williams. One has to assume Carradine’s casting against Revenge of the Nerds-type is part... Read full article

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Charlton Heston broke a rib while filming the football scenes.
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