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Bad News Bears Go To Japan, The

Bad News Bears Go To Japan, The(1978)

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Brief Synopsis

The Bad News Bears go to Tokyo to play against Japan's best little league team. This time as their coach that have Marvin Lazar, a con man who is hatching a money-making scheme involving the Bears.

Cast & Crew

Tony Curtis Marvin Lazar
Tomisaburo Wakayama Coach Shimizu
George Wyner Network Director
Lonny Chapman Louis--The Gambler
Matthew Douglas Anton E R W Tillyard Iii
Erin Blunt Ahmad Rahim
George Gonzales Miguel Agilar
Brett Marx Jimmy Feldman
David Pollock Rudy Stein
David Stambaugh Toby Whitewood
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MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1978 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Color Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Paramount Pictures .....Studio, Paramount Pictures .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • The Bad News Bears Go To Japan

    James Higgins 2009-12-12

    A totally unnecessary sequel to an already unnecessary sequel. There isn't as much ball playing in this one, instead it focuses more on their personal... MORE>