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Music director  Harry Manfredini
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Language  English
Director  Sean S. Cunningham
Screenplay  Arch McCoy
Country  United States
Here Come the Tigers movie poster
Release date  April 14, 1978 (1978-04-14)
Cast  Noel John Cunningham, Kathy Bell, Sean P. Griffin
Similar movies  Steve Miner produced Here Come the Tigers and wrote the story for Mannys Orphans

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Here Come the Tigers is a 1978 American sports comedy film directed by Sean S. Cunningham.

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Plot

"A wild team of misfits think that they can make it big. What's a coach to do with a chronic nose-picker, a flatulent fielder, an out of control pitcher, a juvenile delinquent and the prettiest girl in the state? Turn this bunch of losers into a winning team! When their new coach enlists an unusual new teammate, it's a whole new ballgame as they band together to win their first championship, determined to prove that losers can be winners, too."

Cast

  • Richard Lincoln – Eddie Burke
  • James Zvanut – Burt Honneger
  • Samantha Grey – Bette Burke
  • Manny Lieberman – Felix the Umpire
  • William Caldwell – Kreeger
  • Fred Lincoln – Aesop
  • Xavier Rodrigo – Buster
  • Production

    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."

    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."

    References

    Here Come the Tigers Wikipedia


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