Major League (1989)

We're Contenders Now

Brown (James Gammon) reveals a cardboard cut-out of Rachel, motivating the guys to win, and the team films a television commercial.

Directed by David S. Ward.

Released in 1989 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Coach
  • character-type: Athlete
  • action: Pitch
  • editors-choice: Sports Movies
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Sports and Fitness
  • secondary-genre: Sports Stories
  • secondary-genre: Baseball
  • secondary-genre: Sports Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Triumph of the Underdogs
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Late Night Comedies
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Sports
  • secondary-occasion: Baseball
  • prop: Baseball Bat
  • prop: Baseball
  • prop: Baseball Glove
  • setting: Baseball Game
  • setting: Locker Room
  • theme: Motivation
  • theme: Teamwork
  • actor: Wesley Snipes
  • actor: Tom Berenger
  • actor: Dennis Haysbert
  • actor: Chelcie Ross
  • actor: Charlie Sheen
  • actor: James Gammon
  • actor: Corbin Bernsen
  • director: David S. Ward
  • producer: Julie Bergman Sender
  • producer: Joe Roth
  • cinematographer: Reynaldo Villalobos
  • composer: James Newton Howard
  • editor: Dennis M. Hill
  • costume-designer: Erica Edell Phillips
  • role-name: Willie Mays Hayes
  • role-name: Roger Dorn
  • role-name: Jake Taylor
  • role-name: Ricky Vaughn
  • role-name: Pedro Cerrano
  • role-name: Eddie Harris
  • role-name: Lou Brown
  • screenwriter: David S. Ward
  • year: 1989
  • studio: Paramount