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Moochie of the Little League: A Diamond Is a Boy's Best Friend 

Moochie's trying to make up for being "Small Fry" by putting his whole heart into catching for his Little League Team. He even finds a new field for his league when the old one's destroyed.... See full summary »

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William Beaudine

Writer:

Ellis Marcus
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie Morgan
Reginald Owen ... J. Cecil Bennett
Alan Hale Jr. ... Fred Preston (as Alan Hale)
Frances Rafferty ... Louise Morgan
Stuart Erwin ... Lou Rosson
James Brown ... Andy Clinton (as Jim L. Brown)
Dorothy Green ... Charlotte
Russ Conway ... Monty Morgan
Lee Aaker ... Chuck Taylor
Paul Bryar ... Pete Dixon
Annette Gorman Annette Gorman ... B.B. Preston
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Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
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Moochie's trying to make up for being "Small Fry" by putting his whole heart into catching for his Little League Team. He even finds a new field for his league when the old one's destroyed. He even ropes his best friend's dad into the league. But when Moochie might make the All Star team, the family's vacation plans might be ruined. Written by Kathy Li

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 1959 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Moochies, (Kevin Corcoran) real life sister, Noreen Corcoran, plays his sister Marion. See more »

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Childhood Memories
25 October 1999 | by filmlove-4See all my reviews

Between this movie (I always called it "Little League Moochie") and the Disney film "Tiger Town", I probably lost 50-75 hours of my young life. I would watch these two over and over from age 5 until about 8 or so. And even after that I'd sneak a peak at them once in awhile. So, I'll never put these films down. I always just assumed that everybody saw Moochie growing up, but when I ask my friends about it, they make weird faces, and say "are you sure you got the name right?". At any rate, this is a great film for a young sports fan, as I most definitely was, and I recommend it to parents searching for something new (or in this case "old") to show to their young sons. Give it a chance, you'll be surprised by its touching innocence and sense of fun.


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