Take Me Out to the Ball Game is a 1949 American Technicolor musical film produced in the Arthur Freed unit of MGM. It stars Frank Sinatra, Esther Williams, Gene Kelly, Betty Garrett, Edward Arnold and Jules Munshin, and was directed by Busby Berkeley.
22 Photos. Comedy Musical Romance. Two turn-of-the-century baseball players, who work in vaudeville during the off-season, run into trouble with their team's new female owner and a gambler who doesn't want them to win the pennant. Director. Busby Berkeley.
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Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra at the start of the MGM musical film, Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949), a movie that also features a song about the famous and fictitious double play combination, O'Brien to Ryan to Goldberg .
Take Me Out To The Ball Game -- (Movie Clip) It's Fate Baby, It's Fate Having rescued Dennis (Frank Sinatra) after a bench-clearing brawl, fan Shirley (Betty Garrett) pursues him into the first of their famous numbers together, music by Roger Edens, lyrics by Comden and Green, in MGM's Take Me Out To The Ball Game, 1949.
Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and Esther Williams find romance, gangsters and lots of song and dance on the baseball diamond in the fast-paced, fun-filled musical romp Take Me Out to the Ball...
When a local gambler (Edward Arnold) puts a lot of money on the Wolves to lose a big game, he tries to win the bet by offering Eddie the lead role in a newly produced show.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game is an entertaining and enjoyable star-studded musical comedy with baseball as the film's backdrop. Full Review | Aug 8, 2021 Matt Brunson Film Frenzy
Cast & crew User reviews IMDbPro All topics Trivia Take Me Out to the Ball Game According to Esther Williams in her memoirs, Judy Garland was the original choice for K.C. Higgins but was replaced after she'd become undependable owing to her developing drug habit.
In TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME, Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly play Dennis Ryan and Eddie O'Brien, two best pals who work the vaudeville circuit during the baseball off-season, but play with the Wolves club in the summer, together with their peripheral sidekick Nat Goldberg (Jules Munshin).