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Angels in the Outfield (1994)

Angels in the Outfield (1994)

Angels in the Outfield is a heartwarming and uplifting family sports film released in 1994. Directed by William Dear and written by Dorothy Kingsley, this delightful flick tells the story of a young boy named Roger, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who desperately longs for his estranged father, played by Dermot Mulroney, to return and reunite their family.

Roger is a diehard fan of the struggling California Angels baseball team, who believe they are cursed and simply cannot win games. One day, while praying for his father's reappearance, Roger receives divine intervention in the most unexpected way. A group of angels, led by their witty and lovable supervisor named Al, portrayed by Christopher Lloyd, decide to come down from heaven to help the Angels win the pennant, in order to unite Roger's family and bring happiness back into his life.

As the season progresses, the Angels' fortunes take a dramatic turn thanks to their heavenly assistance. They start performing unbelievable feats on the field, catching seemingly impossible fly-balls and hitting home runs with supernatural precision. Alongside head coach George Knox, played by Danny Glover, the Angels make a stunning comeback, captivating baseball fans across the nation and proving that miracles can indeed happen.

Throughout the film, Roger forms a beautiful bond with the team's pitcher, Mel Clark, portrayed by Tony Danza. Known for his character's temper and personal struggles, Danza delivers a heartfelt performance as Clark, who rediscovers his passion for the game with the help of the angels. This emotional connection creates a dynamic that not only saves the Angels' season but also touches the hearts of viewers of all ages.

Released during a time when feel-good family films were in high demand, Angels in the Outfield perfectly captures the essence of hope, redemption, and the power of belief. It teaches valuable lessons about the importance of family, teamwork, and perseverance, all while tugging at the heartstrings of its audience.

If you are a fan of Angels in the Outfield or just appreciate the magical and heartwarming soundtrack that accompanies this film, you can now play and download these enchanting sounds here. Immerse yourself in the angelic melodies and relive the remarkable journey of Roger, the California Angels, and the heavenly intervention that forever changes their lives.

So, grab some popcorn, gather the family, and let Angels in the Outfield transport you into a world where miracles are possible and dreams really do come true.

A faith in what? Has Mel shown this kind of power in practice?
A family.
A monster home run with the man on to tie the game here in the sixth.
A real nice family from Northridge.
Aaaah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah! Impossible.
Accept no substitutes.
Acker lofts the ball high into left field.
After making a touchdown, nobody laughs at that.
Ah, he smoked for years. It's always a mistake.
Ahh.
Ahh.
AL: He's got six months left. He doesn't know anything's wrong yet.
AL: Sit down, already.
AL: This is between you and me, little guy. No one can see me but you.
Al! What
All he has to do is believe.
All I can say is, it's about time.
All of them, now!
All right, JP! We won, we won!
All right, Mel!
All right!
All right!
All right.
All right. All right, three outs, boys.
All the games, man! Can you believe it?
ALL: Huh?
ALL: Unh!
ALL: Yeah!
Although I can't ever remember this happening so near game time.
Although the really big one always seemed to be just out of reach
Amazing play. I love it when they come from above like that.
Amen.
An instinct. A kind of faith.
And a man on first and second Beasley comes to bat.
And activated the long injured Mel Clark.
And and banging against the wall and spitting at?
And another angel hit Messmer's home run. That's why the bat broke.
And Clark just misses nicking Kesey, and the count goes to 3 and 1.
And Darren at bat.
And he hits Birch in the back on the first pitch.
And he's bringing in Danny Hemmerling, the utility infielder...
And I I think of them as mascots.
And I know you'd just laugh at him.
And I was thinking of getting him a car. And maybe a corporate jet.
And if I don't tell you, you're not gonna know
And it balls in for the single.
And it's lined to left...
And Kesey got a good piece of that one, but it's foul.
And Kesey, the lead guard beyond leader is up next.
And Knox he sees 'em?
And Lazzato smashes one to deep center!
And look who's comin' to bat
And love you and take care of you.
And Marge grounds to Martinez they get Darren in second.
And Mel Clark hasn't started a game...
And Messmer breaks a bat and the Angels' losing streak...
And reports to manager Knox over the phone."
And ruined my career.
And sets and sets again.
And she makes us sleep in these sleeping bags...
And the angels Uh, well
And the Angels have an error and a man on base.
And the Angels have won it!
And the Angels take the lead!
And the Angels win the game.
And the home of the brave
And the runners take their leads.
And the way I manage.
And there are already more people in the seats...
And there are no stats. There were how many errors?
And we And we can't let David know.
And we're down in the Angels' clubhouse for a talk with manager George Knox.
And what about the game?
And when did you suddenly start believing in Clark?
And when I say "now," you swing.
And where there is love, miraculous things can happen.
And who gets the credit?
And Williams and Norton collide, and the catch is blown!
And with another example of his infamous temper...
And you can publicly renounce this hogwash.
And you come out here to manage our Angels.
And you know I would never use food colouring on my cat brains.
And, ironically, they are with the defending champion Chicago White Sox...
And, obviously, neither have these umps.
And, uh, we'll be right back.
And, you know, I was just thinking, maybe you shouldn't swear so much.
ANNOUNCER: Attention, youngsters age 6 to 16...
ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, a reminder: the most popular
ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, your California Angels.
ANNOUNCER: Leading off forthe BlueJays, number 22...
ANNOUNCER: Number 14, catcher Triscuit Messmer.
ANNOUNCER: Number 17, first baseman Tom Brewer.
ANNOUNCER: Number 19, third baseman Bruce Shea.
ANNOUNCER: Number 31, left fielder Asher Lazzato.
ANNOUNCER: Number 32, Kit "Hit or Die" Kesey.
ANNOUNCER: Number 58, the Irvinator...
Any angels?
Any hit scores a run.
Anybody got any uh No?
Anything but nachos.
Are we gonna fall out of last place? Heh.
Are you asleep?
Are you sick or something?
As a sell out crowd fills the ball park for the final game of the season.
As he crashes a home run in the ninth
As he does his dance in the dugout.
As he pitches to Marge.
As Mitchell was getting ready to lead off,
As the resurgent Angels prepare to meet their longtime
As the Sox was threading again with two man on base.
AUBREY: No!
AUBREY: Yes!
Aunt? Grandma?
Aw, come on, now! That's no strike!
Aw!
Away from the pennant...
Babe Ruth.
Ball one!
Ball three.
Banner yet wave
Barrels Clark out of the jam!
Baseball cards, a free autograph
Be sure to join the Junior Angel Fan Club.
Because if you do, a very bad thing will happen.
Bee, bunt!
BEN: I felt weightless, like somebody had me by the arms, Skip.
Besides, we're not gonna be there a long time.
BOTH: No. What is it?
BOY: We're ready to go, guys!
BOYS: Aww!
BOYS: Me! Me! Me! Me! Me! Me!
BRENT: Intercepted!
Brush our teeth? Been to the bathroom?
Burn it in there.
But as we head into the sixth,
But Gasper advances at second on the sarifice.
But I am sure you can't go through life...
But I do believe there are times in life...
But I know there is one thing I won't do.
But instead, I'm gonna shoot from the hip.
But it's not okay to believe in angels.
But just moments ago, the Angels made a dramatic change...
But nobody else. We hate recognition.
But that just doesn't seem to be happening.
But the
But the Angels have Garcia at bat and Martinez on third...
But the game hasn't started.
But the Sox go up 2 to nothing, And we're still in the top in the verse.
But there's no one with Hemmerling.
But there's some people who could care foryou...
But this is just something you have to do.
But this one really got to you.
But wait! You should know.
But we're winning.
But you didn't see the angel with him?
But, don't cry.
But, when a professional football player drops to one knee to thank God...
By the court system.
Calm down.
Can you believe it? It's just like you said!
Can't hit home runs if Knox doesn't let you play.
Checks the runner at first and delivers.
Chilli dogs.
Clark definitely could use an angel now, as he's tiring...
Clark feels it cleanly and gets the runner at first.
Clark is showing definite science of photic.
Clark pitches to Young.
Clark's really struggling with one out in the top of the fifth...
Close. Come on, JP, get your bike in.
Cold water. Uh, club soda. Club soda.
Come in.
Come on, Ump. Leave him in!
Come on!
Come on.
Come on. We don't have all day.
Come on. You're getting snot all over the place. It's nobody's fault.
Commissioner fined you $5,000 for jumpin' Gates.
Control yourself today.
Cool! (LAUGHS)
Could happen.
D Dad, when we gonna be a family again?
Dad?
Daddy?
DANNY: After fifteen straight losses, I say we find somethin' else to rub.
Darren tries the ball to left. It's fair!
David Montagne, administrative assistant for media relations.
DAVID: Do you want anything else?
DAVID: Get up in front of me. Right now! We're gonna dry off.
DAVID: Go.
DAVID: Mr. Knox, we're waiting on the field!
DAVID: Oh, yeah!
Did you guys pray?
Did you pick the lint from between your toes? Yeah?
Did you see the people with Williams when he caught the ball?
Do you believe in angels?
Do you think your parents are gonna ever come get you?
Don't even say it. A large Coke, two dogs, three Cracker Jacks.
Don't remind me.
Don't worry. He'll get an angel. Mel always gets an angel.
Don't worry. There are plenty of little angels looking for a home.
Drop dead.
Easy, Ranch. Less is more.
Eat bugs and floss his catcher's teeth in the dugout.
Even watches games on TV when the team is out of town...
Everybody's a critic.
Excuse me.
Fact is, most kids who are taken away from their parents
Fair ball!
Family that likes losers.
First kid!
For just five dollars, you'll receive game tickets...
From From above?
From now on, these boys will be at all our games.
From where I'm sittin'.
Gaboyan swings and smashes it deep left center!