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Jumping for Joy
Jumping for Joy
Actors: Victoria Jackson, Heidi Swedberg, Sam Hennings, Lindsay Pulsipher
G     1hr 34min

Bobbie Dean is a great basketball player who takes a rag-tag bunch of boys and turns them into a real team. The problem? Bobbie is a girl and the boys don't know it! The year is 1964 and girls aren't allowed to play boys b...  more »


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Actors: Victoria Jackson, Heidi Swedberg, Sam Hennings, Lindsay Pulsipher
Studio: Sam Hennings, Lindsay Pulsipher, Victoria Jackson, Heidi Swedberg
Format: DVD
Run Time: 1hr 34min
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: G (General Audience)

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Member Movie Reviews

Alice B. from SANDY, UT
Reviewed on 8/26/2013...
This is a great story and true.In 1964, Bobbie Dean is a girl who passes as a boy to play great basket ball.She takes the team to a state championship, and unites them so they win. Only girls are not allowed to be on a boys basketball team in 1964. Bobbie's team wins, but an official disqualifies her from playing because he finds out that she is a girl. A higher official intervenes and Bobbie Dean as an adult becomes a woman coach for men's basket ball.This is a wonderful story about overcoming sexual discrimination and prejudices, forgiveness, persistence, optimism, acceptance, disapproval, stereotyping and risk. This is a clean family movie. You can be proud to show this movie to your family and children.