The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (2000)

Life and Times of Hank Greenberg
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG
Runtime 1hr 35mins.
Genres Documentary
Keywords baseball
Status Released
US Release Date
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Kevin Hewitt Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000002
Tom Hurwitz Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000003
Tom Kaufman Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000004
Jerry Feldman Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000001
Aviva Kempner Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Aviva Kempner Producer n/a 3 3000001
Ari Daniel Pinchot Associate Producer n/a 171 3000002
Christopher Li Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000005
Scott Mumford Cinematographer cinematography 402 6000006
Ira Berkow Consultant sports consultant 120784 12000001
Dan Liberstein Sound Editor n/a 229 14000001
Dan Liberstein Music Supervisor n/a 120872 8000002
Henry Sapoznik Music music designer 120781 8000001
Judith Sobol Editor co-editor 172 7000001
Marian Hunter Editor n/a 172 7000002
Aviva Kempner Director n/a 2 2000001
Caral Gimbel Actor n/a 1 1000016
Walter Matthau Actor Himself 1 1000006
Alan Dershowitz Actor Himself 1 1000007
Charlie Gehringer Actor Himself 1 1000005
Bob Feller Actor Himself 1 1000004
Stephen Greenberg Actor Himself 1 1000002
Glenn Greenberg Actor Himself 1 1000003
Sander Levin Actor Himself 1 1000008
Carl Levin Actor Himself 1 1000009
Ernie Harwell Actor Himself 1 1000014
Joe Falls Actor Himself 1 1000015
Ira Berkow Actor Himself 1 1000013
Dick Schaap Actor Himself 1 1000012
Michael Moriarty Actor Himself 1 1000010
Ralph Kiner Actor Himself 1 1000011
Hank Greenberg Actor Himself 1 1000001
Portrait of baseball's first Jewish star. Bronx-born Hank Greenberg's achievements during the "Golden Age of Baseball" in the 1930s and '40s rivaled those of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. He also helped break down the barriers of discrimination in American sports and society. Greenberg was a beacon of hope to millions of American Jews who faced bigotry during the Depression and WWII. Tall (6'4"), handsome and uncommonly good-natured, Greenberg became "the baseball Moses," an icon for everyone from Walter Matthau to Alan Dershowitz.