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Stealing Home

Stealing Home

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For ex-ballplayer Billy Wyatt (Mark Harmon), whose drive never matched his big-league prospects, the high point of his life was the summer of 1964. Decades later, Billy returns home to recall the past and the person who made it special. Harmon and Jodie Foster star in Stealing Home, a bittersweet story beautifully written a la Moonstruck in which you'll spend a couple of hours lost in a wonderful world (Bill Cosford, Miami Herald). As a burnout seeking redemption, Chicago Hope's Harmon hits the mark as the older Billy, and the luminous Foster sparkles as Katie, the friend and mentor who vibrantly draws the loose ends of Billy's past and present together. Buoyed by a marvelous golden-oldies soundtrack, Stealing Home is a warm, wistful memory-lane journey.

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    Title: Stealing Home
    Genre: Drama
    Starring: Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis, William McNamara, John Shea, Blair Brown
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Dolby
    Release Date: 7/19/2016
    Original Year: 1988
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: PG13
    Catalog #: 1000617792
    UPC: 888574417024
    Item #: 1732282X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 7/19/2016
    Run Time: 98 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives