Slap Shot

Slap Shot

Paul Newman
Director: George Roy Hill Cast: Paul Newman
Paul Newman
, Michael Ontkean
Michael Ontkean
, Lindsay Crouse
Lindsay Crouse
George Roy Hill
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Paul Newman plays Reggie Dunlop, the coach of a pathetic minor-league American hockey team. His career at a standstill and his marriage in tatters, Dunlop has nothing to lose by taking on a new group of players who are one evolutionary step above Neanderthals. Only when the team begins winning does he decide to get behind these players, and to encourage the rest of the team to play as down-and-dirty as the newcomers. Straight-arrow team member Ned Braden (Michael Ontkean) resents this influx of gonzo talent, preferring to play clean. As the film's multitude of subplots play themselves out, Dunlop does his best to keep the outraged Braden on the team. Slap Shot is the sort of film for which the "R" rating was invented: Its nonstop barrage of profanity and its raunchy action sequences are of such intensity that the film will probably never be shown intact on commercial television.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/01/1998
UPC: 0096896601230
Original Release: 1977
Rating: R
Source: Universal Studios

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Paul Newman Reggie Dunlop
Michael Ontkean Ned Braden
Lindsay Crouse Lily Braden
Jennifer Warren Francine Dunlop
Jerry Houser "Killer" Carson
Strother Martin Joe McGrath
Andrew Duncan Jim Carr
Jeff Carlson Jeff Hanson
Steve Carlson Steve Hanson
David Hanson Jack Hanson
Yvon Barrette Denis Le Mieux
Allan Nicholls Johnny Upton
Brad Sullivan Wanchuk
Stephen Mendillo Jim Ahern
Yvan Ponton Drouin
Matthew Cowles Charlie
Kathryn Walker Anita McCambridge
Melinda Dillon Suzanne Hanrahan
M. Emmet Walsh Dickie Dunn
Paul D'Amato Tim McCracken
Ned Dowd Ogilthorpe
Nancy Dowd Andrea
Swoosie Kurtz Shirley/Helen Upton
Christopher Murney Tommy Hanrahan
Larry Block Peterboro Referee
Paul Dooley Hyannisport Announcer
Allison Caine Voice Only

Technical Credits
George Roy Hill Director
Steve Abrams Makeup
Dede Allen Editor
Elmer Bernstein Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Tom Bronson Costumes/Costume Designer
Henry Bumstead Art Director
Robert L. Crawford Associate Producer
Nancy Dowd Screenwriter
Stephen Friedman Producer
Tom Joyner Asst. Director
Victor J. Kemper Cinematographer
James W. Payne Set Decoration/Design
Rick Sharp Makeup
Don Sharpless Sound/Sound Designer
James A. Westman Asst. Director
Robert J. Wunsch Producer

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Slap Shot 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
By far my favorite movie of all. I'm sure I've seen it close to 50 times. I've NEVER heard of anyone who didn't like it. A ''must see'' for anyone who has a sense of humor.
Ochenta More than 1 year ago
This is satire of the highest type and as such, it is in my humble opion, the best sports movie ever made. Paul Newnan is at his best and he never for a second comes out of character. The movie is well writen, well acted, and well directed. if you are a true sports fan you will love it from start to finish.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is a classic. I own this movie and never get sick of watching it. I always get a kick out of the ending (I won't ruin it for you) and I would suggest it for any hockey fan, even for those of you who don't especially like hockey. It combines all the elements of a great movie, fighting, humor, cheese, mooning and hockey!...of course, that last one is a little biased. I have never known anyone to not like Slap Shot, and I have shared it with numerous people!
MacReady82 More than 1 year ago
Funny, filthy and feisty.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie is awesome
HansonBrothersHockeyChick More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best sports movie of all time. The movie is hysterical and I never get sick of watching it. The true stars of the movie are the Hanson Brothers. They steal every scene they're in. A must see for all sports fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been skating (figure skating, with toepicks, not CCM's), and this is by far the funniest and most honest portrait of hockey in the 70's. It's part time capsule, part entertainment, part sport, with a bit of mockery thrown in. Watch this more than 3 times, I swear you'll be quoting lines with ease. Nothing beats Reggie Dunlop putting a bounty on Tim McCracken's head. You'll laugh till you cry. A must see!
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