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Bang the Drum Slowly


Robert De Niro, Danny Aiello, Michael Moriarty, Vincent Gardenia View All


John D. Hancock (Director), Mark Harris (Screenplay) View All

Release: Aug. 26th, 1973
Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes
The story of a New York pro baseball team and two of its players. Henry Wiggen is the star pitcher and Bruce Pearson is the normal, everyday catcher who is far from the star player on the team and friend to all of his teammates. During the off-season, Bruce learns that he is terminally ill, and Henry, his only true friend, is determined to be the one person there for him during his last season with the club. Throughout the course of the season...
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