Headin' Home

1920, Drama/Comedy, 56m

3 Reviews Fewer than 50 Ratings

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Country boy Babe (Babe Ruth) dreams of playing baseball in the major leagues. The young man has home-run talent, but owner John Tobin (Ralph Harolds) refuses to give him a spot on the local team due to his feud with pitcher Harry Knight (William Sheer). Undeterred, Babe joins up with their long-standing rivals. When his batting skills help defeat Tobin's team, Babe earns the enmity of everyone in town and flees to New York City to find his destiny on the diamond.

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  • Nov 22, 2012
    The first movie of Babe Ruth's not-so-illustrious acting career is this wheezy silent about a small-town lad becoming a big-time slugger. Ruth portrays someone named "Babe," but the character's cornball backstory has little to do with Ruth's own history. This Babe is no troubled orphan, but a polite mama's boy with a homemade bat and a spunky younger sister named -- get this -- "Pigtails." Ruth flashes none of the wisecracking charisma you'll hope to see, and there isn't even any notable footage of him playing ball. Meanwhile, the title cards izz all written inna contrived, po-folks dialect that culdn't bee mo' condescendin' to th' movie's target audience. Fer heaven's sake, th' Babe deserved better than this.
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