Rudy (1993)

This Is for Rudy, Coach

Rudy’s (Sean Astin) teammates all tell Coach Devine (Chelcie Ross) that they want Rudy to dress in their places.

Directed by David Anspaugh.

Released in 1993 by Sony.

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  • character-type: Coach
  • character-type: Athlete
  • editors-choice: Sports Movies
  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • primary-genre: Sports and Fitness
  • secondary-genre: Sports Stories
  • secondary-genre: Sports Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Football
  • secondary-genre: Family Drama
  • secondary-genre: Triumph of the Underdogs
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Real Life
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • primary-occasion: Sports
  • primary-occasion: School Events
  • secondary-occasion: Pep Rally
  • secondary-occasion: Football
  • setting: Football Game
  • setting: Office
  • theme: Attitude
  • theme: Motivation
  • theme: Sacrifice
  • theme: Honor
  • theme: Humility
  • theme: Determination
  • theme: Choice
  • theme: Accountability
  • theme: Teamwork
  • theme: Persistance
  • theme: Acceptance
  • theme: Perseverance
  • theme: Self Control
  • actor: Kevin C. White
  • actor: Sean Astin
  • actor: Peter Rausch
  • actor: John Beasley
  • actor: Chelcie Ross
  • actor: Ron Dean
  • director: David Anspaugh
  • producer: Jeffrey I. Friedman
  • producer: Robert N. Fried
  • producer: Richard J. Zinman
  • producer: Alan J. Mintz
  • producer: Angelo Pizzo
  • producer: Lee R. Mayes
  • producer: Cary Woods
  • cinematographer: Oliver Wood
  • composer: Jerry Goldsmith
  • editor: David Rosenbloom
  • costume-designer: Jane Anderson
  • production-designer: Robb Wilson King
  • role-name: Coach Warren
  • role-name: Steve
  • role-name: Dan Devine
  • role-name: Coach Yonto
  • role-name: Daniel E. 'Rudy' Ruettiger
  • role-name: Roland
  • screenwriter: Angelo Pizzo
  • year: 1993
  • studio: Sony