Aunt Mary


Drama / Sport

IMDb Rating 7.3 10 124


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May 1, 2021



De'voreaux White as Wally Hazel
Harold Gould as Francisco Galedo
Jean Stapleton as Mary Dobkin
Martin Balsam as Captain Steffanelli
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916.45 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
98 min
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1.66 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
98 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by agreatstory 7 / 10 / 10

Good period piece

I grew up in Ball - timore at the time the Orioles came to town, so this movie has an extra appeal to me, since it nicely captures the feel of the city during that time, and I am a lifelong Orioles fan. Jean Stapleton nails the Baltimore accent like no one I've ever heard, and does a fine job in the lead role. The other male actors are good, the kids - not so much. It's a predictable movie, but Stapleton makes it worthy of our attention. A superior movie along the same lines is "The Perfect Game."

Reviewed by MartinHafer 10 / 10 / 10

exceptionally moving family movie made for TV

This is a very unusual film. It's the dramatization about a real-life woman who created and coached a baseball team in Baltimore in the late 1950s for underprivileged kids. Most kids wanting to play ball could afford nice uniforms and fancy equipment, but this team somehow manages to gain respect due to the strong efforts of this remarkable woman. However, when everything seemed to be working out so well, the sweet lady is diagnosed with cancer (or some other ailment) and must have her leg amputated. Her energy and drive quickly fizzle even though she does survive and overcomes the disease. However, she's depressed and wants to stay shut up in her apartment and forget about the team. See the film. It's predictable, sure,...but it's so well-acted and written that it's really engaging and worth a look.

Reviewed by zickie_2000 10 / 10 / 10

Excellent Movie...Does anyone have a copy of it?

What a wonderful, heart-warming movie. Great cast, great story. I love how Aunt Mary fought for the little people of all creeds and colors. Kids who think they don't count. Jean Stapleton give us her usual grand performance with many well-known supporting actors, like Dolph Sweet and Martin Balsam. One of the best TV films I have ever seen and I can not understand why Hallmark did not put it out on VHS/DVD. I taped the movie twice but messed it up on my VCR. I have some of the unedited version and most of the edited version. It was never put on VHS/DVD. I rarely see it on TV anymore. Does anyone have a copy I could buy from them?? THANKS!

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