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The clip Shoeless Jakcson Part 2 from Field of Dreams (1989) with Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta
I'll get some out there.
The clip Shoeless Jakcson Part 3 from Field of Dreams (1989) with Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta
I bet it's good to be playing again.
Getting thrown out of baseball was like having part of me amputated.
I've heard that old men wake up and scratch itchy legs that have been dust for over 50 years.
That was me.
I'd wake up at night with the smell of the ballpark in my nose with the cool of the grass on my feet the thrill of the grass.
Can you pitch?
Don't we need a catcher?
Not if you get it near the plate.
I'm pitching to Shoeless Joe Jackson.
The clip Shoeless Jakcson Part 4 from Field of Dreams (1989) with Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta
See if you can hit my curve.
You can hit the curve ball.
Put one right here.
Right, you're a low-ball hitter.
Man, I did love this game.
I'd have played for food money.
It was the game, the sounds, the smells.
Did you ever hold a ball or a glove to your face?
I used to love traveling on the trains from town to town.
The hotels, brass spittoons in the lobbies brass beds in the rooms.
It was the crowd rising to their feet when the ball was hit deep.
I'd play for nothing.
It's my family.
What's with the lights?
All the stadiums have them now.
Even Wrigley Field.
It's harder to see the ball.
The clip Shoeless Jakcson Part 5 from Field of Dreams (1989) with Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta
The owners found that more people can attend night games.
Mr. Jackson, this is my wife Annie and my daughter Karin.
Are you a ghost?
What do you think?
You look real to me.
Then I guess I'm real.
Would you like to come inside?
Thanks. I don't think I can.
Can I come back again?
Yeah. I built this for you.
There are others, you know.
There were eight of us. It would really mean a lot to them.
Yeah. Anytime. They're all welcome here.
Is this heaven?
Where's he going?
I don't know.