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Bull Durham [VHS 1989] 1988 Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins

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Condition
Very Good
Rating
R
UPC
023568087221
Signal Standard
NTSC
Movie/TV Title
Bull Durham
Actor
Kevin Costner
Language
English
Studio
Orion Home Video
Genre
Romantic Comedy
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Bull Durham [VHS]

Author: Kevin Costner; Susan Sarandon

Publication: : Orion Home Video, 1989

Binding: VHS

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Condition: Used: Very Good

Description: excellent condition VHS tape in original sleeve. original black & red VHS. A blend of comedy, drama and romance, Bull Durham follows the intertwining of three lives brought together by the great American pastime. Crash Davis (Kevin Costner, showcasing his Midwestern charm) is a perennial Minor Leaguer assigned to the Durham Bulls, a hapless team with a long tradition of mediocrity. There he tutors a young, dim-witted pitching prodigy, Nuke LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) in the ways of baseball, life, and love. Each strikes up a romance with Annie (Susan Sarandon), the team's "mascot" who takes it upon herself to sleep with a new player every season. Each has his/her own conflict: Crash struggles to end his career with some measure of dignity; Nuke struggles to make it to the "big show"; and Annie struggles to find something more than a roll in the hay -- and of course, Crash and Nuke come into conflict over Annie's affections to further complicate matters. The film treats the sport of baseball with a sort of casual reverence, highlighting both the drama and the humor inherent in the game, illustrated by Annie's numerous references to baseball as "her religion." Jeremy Beday, Rovi

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