The Sandlot
Release: April 07, 1993

Scott Smalls is the new kid in the neighborhood. He one day walks into a small local park with Baseball field. Where he sees a bunch of other kids playing baseball. His first impression doesn't go so well, but Benjamin "Franklin" Rodriquez the best player on the team takes him under his wing much to the chagrin of the other kids. Nicknamed Benny "The Jet" he and Smalls become friends as Scott becomes one of the boys and enjoys a summer full of fourth of July fireworks, going to the community pool, the carnival, and a lot of baseball. One day Scott steals a ball from his stepfather's trophy room and hits it over The Sandlot fence. The ball that Smalls crushed over the fence was signed by Babe Ruth. On the other side of the fence lays a big nasty junkyard dog known simply as "The Beast", and his owner the very mean Mr. Mertle Now the kids must deal with the beast. Karen Allen co-stars as Scott Smalls Mother James Earl Jones as Mr. Mertle And Dennis Leary as Scott's stepfather Bill

Smalls: "wait a sec, i'll get it!"
Added By: Sandlot1992
Smalls: "You were all leaving, so I thought I'd hop the..."
Squints: "If you'da been thinkin you wouldn't 'a thought that."
Mom: "Honey, I want you to make some friends this summer, lots of them."
Smalls: "Yeah, I know. But I'm not good at anything, mom. Face it, I'm just an egghead."
Squints: "It's about time Benny, my clothes are goin' outa style."
Mr. Mertle: "I take it back. You're not in trouble, you're dead where you stand."
Ham Porter: "Hey, Smalls, you wanna s'more?"
Smalls: "Some more of what?"
Ham Porter: "No, do you wanna s'more?"
Smalls: "I haven't had anything yet, so how can I have some more of nothing?"
Squints: "It's about time Benny, my clothes are goin' outa style."
Wendy Peffercorn: "Little pervert!"
Ham Porter: "You play ball like a girl!"
Ham Porter: "Benny, why'd you bring that kid?"
Benny Rodriguez: "Because he makes nine of us."
Yeah Yeah: "Yeah yeah, so does my sister, but I didn't bring her along!"
Mr. Mertle: "Baseball was life! And I was good at it... real good."
Smalls: "Oh yeah, the Great Bambino. Of course! I thought you said the Great Bambi."
Ham Porter: "That wimpy deer?"
Ham Porter: "This pop isn't workin', Benny! I'm bakin' like a toasted cheese-it! It's so hot here!"
Ham Porter: "This is smores stuff. First you take the graham. You stick the chocolate on the graham. Then, you roast the mallow. When the mallows flaming, you stick it on the chocolate and cover it with the other end. Then, you scarf."
Smalls: "[as an adult] We all lived in the neighborhood for a couple of more years-mostly through junior high school-and every summer was great. But none of them ever came close to that first one. When one guy would move away, we never replaced him on the team with anyone else. We just kept the game going like he was still there."
Benny Rodriguez: "Man, base up you blockheads!"
Timmy: "Smalls, you mean to tell me you went home, swiped a ball that was signed by BABE RUTH, brought it out here and actually played with it?"
Tommy: "And actually played with it?"
Bertram: "God, he looks like a dead fish."
Squints: "I've been coming here every summer of my adult life, and every summer there she is oiling and lotioning, lotioning and oiling... smiling. I can't take this no more!"
Ham: "It was the heater. Low and outside. Just how I like it."
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