Everybodys All American (1988)
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Their life story is a love story.
|A louisiana football legend struggles to deal with life's complexities after his college career is over.|
"...it's a cross between Gone With the Wind and North Dallas Forty. Rita Kempley, Washington Post
Editor's NoteGavin "the Gray Ghost" Gray (Dennis Quaid), is a Louisiana football legend. There's never been a better, faster ball player, and everyone knows the hero is headed for pro football. To no one's surprise, Gavin marries his sweetheart, beauty queen Babs, who is at college majoring in "Gavin and me." He's a first-draft pick in the pros, as expected, and the two begin their family. Their seemingly ideal marriage begins to come apart, though, when Gavin is drawn away from his initial acceptance of his limited time on the gridiron and can't deal with the loss of the glory he had in his youth. From being an accessory to Gavin's life in the spotlight, Babs is now forced to find the strength to keep the family above water. Their journey is witnessed throughout the years by Gavin's nephew Donnie (Timothy Hutton), also known as "Cake," who seems to be the only one who can see what the limelight is doing to their once-idyllic love. Set against a background of the civil rights movement, the film, based on the novel by Frank Deford, spans decades.
Cast & Crew
|Don Zimmerman - Editor|
|Frank DeFord - Based On Novel By|
|James Howard - Musical Score|
|Joe Alves - Production Designer|
|Stephen Goldblatt - Cinematographer|
|Stuart Benjamin - Executive Producer|
|Taylor Hackford - Producer|
|Taylor Hackford - Director|
|Thomas Rickman - Screenplay|
Plot SummaryA legendary college football player marries his homecoming queen sweetheart and embarks on a professional career fraught with trials as well as glories. Hackford directs Dennis Quaid and Jessica Lange to moving, memorable portrayals of a pro football hero and his beauty queen wife, and their journey together over the decades. Strong supporting performances by Timothy Hutton and John Goodman make the story much more than just a jock film.