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Here Come the Tigers

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VHS | N/A | Slipcase
87 mins (NTSC)
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Here Come the Tigers (1978)

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It's a whole new ball game!
They're Down by 39 Runs in the Last Inning. But They've Not Yet Begun to Fight!
Get Ready for Major League Fun!

Here Come the Tigers is a 1978 American sports comedy film directed by Sean S. Cunningham. Cunningham said in Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th (2005) he believed that the film cost $250,000 to make, "if that. It could be much lower. It was guerrilla filmmaking. It was all kids from the little leagues; it was like being on a three-week field trip with a bunch of sixth-graders. It was good and bad, frustrating and exciting. I loved it."[1]
Victor Miller, who wrote the film under the pseudonym Arch McCoy, said: "Those were the days when everybody said, 'What America needs is a good G-rated movie.' I guess Here Come the Tigers made its money back, but they lied about America wanting G-rated films


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