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In this engaging animation, a young baseball fan named Yankee Irving (voiced by Jake T. Austin) and his talking ball Screwie (Rob Reiner), set out to find Babe Ruth's missing bat, known as Darlin' (Whoopi Goldberg), so the Great Bambino and his teammates can win the World Series.
Why Is Everyone’s Hero Rated G?
Everyone’s Hero is rated G
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This animated (and wholly fictitious) story about a boy who does everything possible to return Babe Ruth’s bat and save his father’s job has only some mild peril involving a male adult who is trying to find the boy and take the bat for himself. A cigar smoking “bad guy” is seen in a couple of short scenes. Otherwise, no sexual content or profanities were noted in this movie.
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This was the last movie Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana Reeve worked on. Another project Mr. Reeve was involved in was The Brooke Ellison Story. And, of course, this charitable star will always be known for his role in Superman.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Everyone’s Hero steps up to the home entertainment plate and delivers a bases-loaded DVD release. Offering both Wide and Full Screen presentations (one on each side of the disc), the movie comes with an audio commentaries by co-directors Colin Brady and Dan St. Pierre, and writers Jeff Hand and Rob Kurtz. The disc also includes a tribute to Christopher and Dana Reeve, an inside look and making-of featurette, plus theatrical trailers. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), with subtitle in English and Spanish.