Here it is, your final chance to win a Yankeeography DVD Mega-Set courtesy of A&E and the pr firm Foundry Communications. That's a $100 value on sale at A&E's website for $70.
The contest is another bit of pop culture trivia. Connect the chain. Good luck.
One of the best Yankee baseball movies is 1973's "Bang The Drum Slowly" starring Robert De Niro and Michael Moriarty. Moriarty is forever linked to "Law & Order," but his greatest role came five years later in a blockbuster NBC miniseries about Nazi Germany and the Final Solution. His co-star won the Best Supporting Actress Emmy for her performance in this TV event.
1. Name that miniseries and his Emmy-winning co-star.
Four years later, his co-star was the lead in a feature film that also focused on the Holocaust. She won an Oscar for her performance in that movie.
2. Name that film.
Her co-star in that Oscar-winning movie appeared the following year in a hit comedy/drama with one of the best ensembles of relative unknowns in movie history, along with a smash hit Motown soundtrack.
3. Name that movie.
One actor was glimpsed (very briefly) in the title sequence of that film but had ALL his scenes cut from the movie. He would later become well known for making sports movies himself.
4. Name that actor and your favorite sports movie that he made. (Obviously, there's no wrong answer for the second part as long as it's a sports movie he made.)