|Blue Skies Again|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Richard Michaels|
|Produced by||Arlene Sellers|
|Written by||Kevin Sellers|
|Music by||John Kander|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Blue Skies Again is a 1983 American comedy film directed by Richard Michaels and written by Kevin Sellers. The film stars Harry Hamlin, Mimi Rogers, Kenneth McMillan, Robyn Barto, Dana Elcar and Joseph Gian. It is Andy García's feature film debut. The film was produced by Warner Bros. and was released on April 29, 1983.
A young female softball player Paula Fradkin (Robyn Barto) is obsessed with baseball.
Her assault major league's gender barrier is finally made possible when team owner Sandy, a male-chauvinist and bachelor, is attracted to Fradkin's personal manager Liz (Mimi Rogers).
Paula performs well in training, but the fact that the new player at second base is female leads to resentment among both players and officials. Eventually coach Dirk (Kenneth McMillan) calls on Paula to bat in a game and she responds with a base hit.
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