“A League of Their Own” quotes(1992)
Plot – In 1943 during World War II, women animate the American baseball championship. The film recalls the true story of the team "Peaches", from recruitment to training, from the matches to the private problems of some players, from the coach - an ex-player who got his career cut off because of an accident and now has drinking habits - to the meeting of the "old glories". However, when the war ends and the male players come back from the front, the business of the girls in the diamond loses solidity and, with it, also the beautiful dream.
All actors – Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Lori Petty, Madonna, Jon Lovitz, Rosie O'Donnell, Megan Cavanagh, David Strathairn, Garry Marshall, Tracy Reiner, Bill Pullman, Bitty Schram, Ann Cusack, Anne Ramsay, Freddie Simpson, Renée Coleman, Don S. Davis, Robin Knight, Patti Pelton, Kelli Simpkins, Eddie Jones, Connie Pounds-Taylor, Kathleen Marshall, Robin Knight, Sharon Szmidt, Pauline Brailsford, Neezer Tarleton, Justin Scheller, Alan Wilder, Michael Haley, Janet Jones, Brenda Ferrari, Téa Leoni, Laurel Cronin, Robert Stanton, Wantland L. Sandel Jr., Joe Krowka, Harry Shearer, Blaire Baron, Ryan Howell, Brian Boru Gleeson, David Franks, Ryan Olsen, Ellie Weingardt, Larissa Collins, Douglas Blakeslee, Joey Slotnick, Brian Flannery, Stephen Feagley, Rae Allen, Gregory Sporleder, Eddie Mekka, Stephen Mailer, Raymond L. Chapman, Joette Hodgen, Lynn Cartwright, Kathleen Butler, Eunice Anderson, Vera Johnson, Patricia Wilson, Mark Holton, Barbara Erwin, Betty Miller, Eugenia McLin, Barbara Pilavin, Marvin Einhorn, Shirley Burkovich, Dolores 'Pickles' Dries, Shelly Adlard, Vickie Buse, K.C. Carr, Julie Croteau, Tonya Gilles Koch, Kirsten Gretick, Stacey Gustaferro, Lisa Hand, Cheryl Jones, Shelly Niemeyer, Sally Rutherford, Lita Schmitt, Amanda Walker, Brenda Watson, Sarah Cosgrove-Gaumond, Cris Cunningham, Andrea Helene, Gary Houston, David L. Lander, Kindra Marra, Ed Quinn, Keith Schrader, Ray Tolershow all
“A League of Their Own” Quotes 19 quotes
“- Jimmy Dugan: Sneaking out like this, quitting, you'll regret it for the rest of your life. Baseball is what gets inside you. It's what lights you up, you can't deny that.
- Dottie Hinson: It just got too hard.
- Jimmy Dugan: It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it. The hard... is what makes it great.”
“- Dottie Hinson: What did you do to her?
- Doris Murphy - 3rd Base: Nothin', we just gave her a dress.
- Mae Mordabito: And a lotta liquor!”
“Yeah, I'm just going home, grab a shower and shave, give the wife a little pickle-tickle, and I'm on my way.”
“- Dottie Hinson: You ever been married?
- Jimmy Dugan: Well, let me think... yeah, twice.
- Dottie Hinson: Any children?
- Jimmy Dugan: One of them was, yeah.”
“- Older Dottie: You haven't changed one bit.
- Older Ellen Sue: Dottie, I married a plastic surgeon.”
“- Mae Mordabito: What if at a key moment in the game my, my uniform bursts open and, uh, oops, my bosoms come flying out? That, that might draw a crowd, right?
- Doris Murphy - 3rd Base: You think there are men in this country who ain't seen your bosoms?”
“- Ernie Capadino: Ow. Doesn't that hurt them?
- Dottie Hinson: Doesn't seem to.
- Ernie Capadino: Well, that would bruise the hell out of me.”
“- Dottie Hinson: How good am I?
- Jimmy Dugan: You stink, you're lousy, you're only the best player in the league.”
“- Little Boy: Avoid the clap, Jimmy Dugan.
- Jimmy Dugan: Hey, that's good advice!”
“- Doris Murphy - 3rd Base: It don't fit you, Mae, it's too tight.
- Mae Mordabito: I don't plan on wearing it that long.
- Doris Murphy - 3rd Base: Oh. I don't know why you get dressed at all.”
“- Ira Lowenstein: Great game, Jimmy. I especially liked that move in the seventh inning when you scratched your balls for an hour.
- Jimmy Dugan: Well, anything worth doing is worth doing right.”
“- Mae Mordabito: Evelyn. Evelyn. I'm sorry but I have to kill your son.
[begins to chase Stillwell with a bat]
- Doris Murphy: Mae! Mae! Don't use my bat! Use Marla's. It's heavier.”