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Knuckleball (1995)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Romance
Release Date:February 16, 1995
Running time:84 minutes
Cast:Conor Evans, Caroleen Feeney, Naomi Gordon, Mikel Murfi, Owen Roe
Director:John MacNeil
Producer:Peter Marcucci, Richard J. Staniforth
Writer:John MacNeil, Kevin Stevens
Distributor:Persona Films

Description: An uncredited remake of the 1952 drama "The Quiet Man" which this time centers on a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox who is attempting to escape further publicity as he's accidentally put a fellow player into a coma. The pitcher moves to Ireland under an assumed name in hopes of ducking the press, and putting his life back in order.

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