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Sandlot, The - Signature
In the scene when the boys go to buy a new baseball to sign Babe Ruth's name on it, they spell Babe Ruth's name Babe Ruthe.
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Anonymous on 06-14-2001
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katy writes:
That's not a slip up! If you listen closely, that was done on purpose. A fifth grader (or whatever grade they're in), doesn't always have the greatest spelling. Plus, they comment about how it sounds like "babie ruthie". later :)
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Dream09 writes:
I have a feeling that the was spelled wrong intentionally because it was written by the children who knew "The Great Bambino" as a hero, but not "unimportant" things to them such as the way to spell his name.
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LaFred writes:
That Babe Ruthe thing is done on purpose! It's supposed to be there! It's in there so that it's more suspenseful. If Smalls' mom saw the ball she'd know they lost it.
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Chaos writes:
Not a mix-up. It's clearly done on purpose because if you listen to Smalls in the background while the ball is being written on you can clearly hear him say, "Baby Ruth-e?" as if he knew it was spelled wrong.
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steed_8 writes:
Do you suppose there might be some legal reason why? Counterfeiting is against the law.
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