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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joe_MedjuckJoe Medjuck - Wikipedia

    Joseph Medjuck (born February 17, 1943) is a Canadian film producer in Hollywood. Life and career. Medjuck was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm0575817Joe Medjuck - IMDb

    Joe Medjuck. Producer: Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot. BA from McGill University. MA, PhD from University of Toronto where he taught for 12 years before moving to LA in 1980 to work with friend Ivan Reitman. Moved to Montecito, a suburb of Santa Barbara in 1998 when Reitman and Tom Pollock formed The Montecito Picture Company. Has taught at UCSB.

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  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Space_JamSpace Jam - Wikipedia

    Space Jam is a 1996 American live-action/animated sports comedy film directed by Joe Pytka and written by Leo Benvenuti, Steve Rudnick, Timothy Harris, and Herschel Weingrod.

  4. The Criterion Collection comenzó a publicar LaserDiscs el 1 de diciembre de 1984, con el lanzamiento de Citizen Kane, hasta el 16 de marzo de 1999, con Armageddon de Michael Bay (#384). Tres de los primeros títulos de la compañía ( The 39 Steps, The Lady Vanishes y The Third Man) también se publicaron en VHS y Betamax.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joe_MedwickJoe Medwick - Wikipedia

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    Medwick was born and raised in Carteret, New Jersey, the son of Hungarian immigrants. He excelled in baseball, basketball, football, and track at Carteret High School. Famed football coach Knute Rockne made arrangements for Medwick to play football at University of Notre Dame, but he chose professional baseball instead.

    Medwick entered professional baseball in 1930 with the Scottdale Scotties of the Middle Atlantic League. In 75 games he had a .419 batting average and 22 home runs. He spent most of the next two seasons with the Houston Buffaloes of the Texas League. He played 161 games for Houston in 1931, hitting .305 with 19 home runs. He played in 139 games for...

    In 1984 games played over 17 seasons Medwick compiled a .324 batting average (2471-7635) with 1198 runs, 540 doubles, 113 triples, 205 home runs, 1383 RBI, 437 bases on balls, .362 on-base percentage and .505 slugging percentage. He recorded a career .980 fielding percentage. In 12 World Seriesgames (1934,1941), he hit .326 (15-46) with five runs, ...

    In 1966, Medwick was hired as a hitting instructor in the Cardinals minor league system, a role he held until 1975. During spring training that year, on March 21, he died of a heart attack in St. Petersburg, Florida. He was buried at St. Lucas Cemetery in Sunset Hills, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis.

    Medwick received no votes for enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame the first seven years after his retirement, which is sometimes attributed to his strained relationship with teammates and the press. He continued to fall short of the required 75% vote threshold on numerous ballots until he was elected by the Baseball Writers' Association of Am...

    Faber, Charles F. "Joe Medwick". SABR.
    Barthel, Thomas (2003). The Fierce Fun of Ducky Medwick. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 0-8108-4668-3.
    Barthel, Thomas (2019). The Cardinal Cossack Or "Don't Call Me Ducky" The Story of Joe Medwick. Kindle. ASIN B07XDM56W4.
    Russo, Frank (2014). The Cooperstown Chronicles: Baseball's Colorful Characters, Unusual Lives, and Strange Demises. New York: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 978-1-4422-3639-4.
    Joe Medwick at the Baseball Hall of Fame
    Career statistics and player information from Baseball Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball Reference (Minors), or Retrosheet
    Joe Medwick at Find a Grave
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