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Jim Kaat Doc "Kitty to Cooperstown" Now on Winter State Entertainment-Deadline

Exclusive: WinterState Entertainment wrapped the production From Kitty to Cooperstown— A new feature document about MLB’s great gym “Kitty” cart, which was inducted into the organization’s Hall of Fame last Sunday.

The film explores the 83-year-old life through exclusive interviews and unprecedented footage, celebrating his legacy in the light of 25 years as a professional baseball player and 35 years as seven Emmy Awards. Verify. Award-winning commentator.

Kurt’s story can connect baseball folklore and legends everywhere from the beginning of baseball to the present. Play against Senator Washington in the 1950s against the Yankees’ greats such as Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra, play against Sandy Koufax and the Dodgers as the Minnesota Twins in the 1965 World Series, and the 1982 World Series Championship at St. Louis Cardinals. I won. His teammates Ozzie Smith and Keith Hernandez.

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In his career playing for Senator Washington, Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Cardinals, Kurt has won 16 consecutive Gold Glove Awards and three All-Star Selections. After spending time in the field, he found the Cincinnati Reds spot as manager Pete Rose’s pitching coach, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, College World Series, Summer Olympics, World Baseball Classic. Kurt has also written three books in recent years about his 80 years in baseball. Still pitching, If these walls can speak: New York Yankees When As good as gold..

Nick Hagen directs a film about Kurt’s life, featuring interviews with former professional baseball players Ozzie Smith, Pete Rose, Tony Oliva, and sports anchor Bob Costas. Hagen is also working with Camille and Hamid Trabpool, William and Angela Loaf, Eric Lehman, and Winterstate Entertainment with a view to streamer sales later this year.

“I’m very excited to talk about my life in baseball. There are so many stories in the last 80 years!” Kurt said. “It’s a pleasure to create it with Nick, Camille and Hamid! Top-notch people. I was no longer happy that the Winterstate team was taking over my legacy.”

“Jim is much bigger than his time in Minnesota, but it was Camille and my dream to talk about our hometown!” Said Hamid Trabpool. “”[Jim’s] It’s the perfect story to tell. “

Hagen said: “I’m honored to experience the story of a baseball legend like Kitty (Jim). Everyone in every field we talk to loves Jim. His legacy is still on and off the field today. It’s affecting the game. “

Willy Loaf concludes by adding: “Angela and I are very proud to be involved in telling the story of a great athlete. Jim’s story is the most valuable. Congratulations to Jim for being inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame. increase.”

Hamid and Camille Torabpour are Minnesota-based couple filmmaking teams that are steadily growing the Winter State Entertainment banner to become an important production hub throughout the Midwest. When Covid hits, they look forward to growing their slate on the documentary side, shifting their focus to documentary and returning to the character of the story.They previously endorsed titles like the Vans Warped Tour movie Summer dropoutStarring Nicholas Podani and Josh Richards, and a soccer drama Under the stadium light, With Laurence Fishburne and Milo Gibson.Comedy will also appear Raffa Rising From Charlie Kessler and feature documentation ROAF About Willie Roaf’s life in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, currently in the post.

Torabpours are represented by Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks.

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