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Field of Dreams [WS] [Blu-ray] [1989]

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Release Date:05/26/2009
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Description

"If you build it, he will come." That's the ethereal message that inspires Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield. At first, "he" seems to be the ghost of disgraced ballplayer Shoeless Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta), who materializes on the ballfield and plays a few games with the awestruck Ray. But as the weeks go by, Ray receives several other messages from a disembodied voice, one of which is "Ease his pain." He realizes that his ballfield has been divinely ordained to give a second chance to people who have sacrificed certain valuable aspects of their lives. One of these folks is Salingeresque writer Terence Mann (James Earl Jones), whom Ray kidnaps and takes to a ball game and then to his farm. Another is Doc Graham (Burt Lancaster), a beloved general practitioner who gave up a burgeoning baseball career in favor of medicine. The final "second-chancer" turns out to be much closer to Ray. That "magical" field in Dyersville, Iowa still draws thousands of baseball-happy tourists each year.~Hal Erickson

Features

Deleted scenes with introductions by Phil Alden Robinson

From Father to Son: Passing Along the Pastime

Roundtable with Kevin Costner, Bret Saberhagen, George Brett and Johnny Bench

The Diamond in the Husks

Galena, IL Pinch Hits for Chisholm, MN

Field of Dreams: A Scrapbook

Bravo Special: From Page to Screen

Feature commentary with director Phil Alden Robinson and director of photography John Lindley