The true story of three western Australian girls who walked 1,500 miles to find their way home. Miramax Films; Directed by Phillip Noyce. Rated PG; 94 minutes; 2002.
The story of the fatherless boys who inspired J.M. Barrie to create Peter Pan. Miramax Films; Directed by Marc Forster. Rated PG; 106 minutes; 2004.
The national pastime became the national scandal when the Chicago White Sox threw the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. Orion; Directed by John Sayles, Rated PG; 120 minutes; 1988.
The inspirational story of the "Sultan of Swat" – through his ups and downs on the road to fame. Warner Brothers; Directed by Roy Del Ruth, Black and White; Not Rated; 107 minutes; 1948.
An unknown batter takes a losing 1930s baseball team to the top of the league. TriStar Pictures; Directed by Barry Levinson, Rated PG; 134 minutes; 1984.
The story of Jackie Robinson and his history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Warner Bros.; Directed by Brian Helgeland. Rated PG-13; 128 minutes; 2013.
During World War II, with much of the male population in the trenches, the all-women’s baseball league kept the sport alive. Columbia Pictures; Directed by Penny Marshall. Rated PG; 128 minutes; 1992.
An Iowa farmer hears voices telling him to build a baseball diamond – and a magical journey begins. Universal Pictures; Directed by Phil Alden Robinson. Rated PG; 106 minutes; 1989.