Reel Baseball: Essays and Interviews on the National Pastime, Hollywood and American Culture

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This work on baseball in the movies is organized into four sections examining different aspects of the cultural intersection between film and baseball. In the first three sections, essays by scholars in various disciplines cover such topics as symbols, the role of family, baseball as a facilitator of violence, and the American mythos. The fourth section consists of interviews with directors and personnel who have worked in baseball films.

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