You'd think that'd be the end of me. Instead, I marched inside the house and grabbed the tennis balls.
Of course, once school started, I went a different route (music), but I will always love this movie. I even cried when I saw this uniform at Planet Hollywood in Florida. I had no idea it would be there. The bartender was concerned as to why someone would get emotional over this.
Kit: 'Here's our daughter Dottie, and here's our other daughter, Dottie's sister.' They should have just had you and bought a dog.
Dottie: Mitch Swaley likes you.
Kit: Mitch Swaley is one step up from dating a pig!
Dottie: But an important step.
"Hey, dollbody, why don't we slip into the back and you make a man out of me?"-12 year old kid who drives Dottie to the Suds Bucket
"Let's make like a bread truck and haul buns!"
"Get these wild animals away from me! Haven't you ever heard of a leash!"
I used to search for this magazine in antique shops and then have to remind my self that it never existed. It would be really cool to find what it was inspired by. Or even if you could get the prop from the movie. It's such a great cover and symbolizes a turning point for the league.
Batter up! Hear that call!
The time has come for one and all
We are the members of the All-American League
We’re all for one, we’re one for all
Each girl stands, her head so proudly high,
Her motto ‘Do or Die’
She’s not the one to use or need an alibi.
They’re not too tough,
Our managers are on the ball.
We’ve got a president who really knows his stuff,
We’re all for one, we’re one for all,
And remember "Lay off of those high ones!".
The black and white photographs belong to Columbia Pictures Corporation and are mostly from imdb.com. I did not take them, as I was in 1st grade when this movie was filmed.