A Winner Never Quits
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"A Winner Never Quits" is a 1986 TV movie based on the true story of baseball player Pete Gray, the first one-armed man ever to play major league baseball, hired in 1943 as a "freak attraction" and wartime morale-booster by the Memphis Chicks, Class-A minor league ball club.
- also known as A Winner Never Quits (1986)
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Mel Damski
- producers: James Keach & Robert Singer
- art direction by Ross Bellah
- cinematography by Joseph F. Biroc
- genres: Biographical film, Sports, Family, Drama
- subject: Baseball
- released in (29 years ago)
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by Charles Clay Doyle, Wolfgang Mieder, Fred R. Shapiro
A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins (A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits). 1922 Wilfred H. Osgood, “In Memoriam: Charles Barney Cory,” The Auk: A Quarterly journal ofOrnithology 39: 166: “. . . [H]e played it like other ...
by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
one should try and try again: “Ang umaayaw ay di nagwawagi, ang nagwawagi ay di umaayaw” (A quitter never wins, a winner never quits). An endemic quality of the Filipino culture as pointed out by sociologists is preserving utang na loob, ...
Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
A Winner Never Quits (TV: ABC, 1986); one-armed baseball player Pete Gray ...
by Jerry Roberts
A Winner Never Quits (1986), Hero in the ...
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