Pride of St. Louis
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Pride of St. Louis
Pride of St. Louis is the story of one of baseball's most colorful characters, Jerome Herman "Dizzy" Dean. While playing amateur ball in 1928, Dizzy (Dan Dailey) is hired by the St. Louis Cardinals. He spends a year or so playing with the Cards' Texas farm team, during which time he woos and wins department-store clerk Pat Nash (Joanne Dru, who ironically was the real-life aunt of pro baseball player Pete LaCock!) Once in the majors as a pitcher, Dean is joined on the Cards lineup by his younger brother Paul (Richard Crenna), whom the press nicknames "Daffy."… More

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"If you don't like baseball, you probably won't like this pic."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"A potentially good film is trimmed down to a tolerable mediocre one, and Diz and the Cardinals deserve better."
‑ John A. Nesbit, Old School Reviews
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