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Legendary ballplayer and humanitarian Lou Gehrig and his relationship with his stalwart wife, Eleanor are portrayed in this film that focuses on the Hall of Famer's life off the baseball field. Featuring unflinching looks at the Gehrig's relationship, as well as Lou's feud with Babe Ruth. This film is for anyone interested in baseball. [imdb]

  1. Fielder Cook

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Blythe Danner

    Blythe Danner

    Eleanor Gehrig

  2. Edward Herrmann

    Edward Herrmann

    Lou Gehrig

  3. Gerald S. O'Loughlin

    Gerald S. O'Loughlin

    Joe McCarthy

  4. Ramon Bieri

    Ramon Bieri

    Babe Ruth

  5. Jane Wyatt

    Jane Wyatt

    Eleanor's mother

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A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story

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  • January 15, 1978
    NR
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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