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When Billie Beat Bobby

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When Billie Beat Bobby

When Billie Beat Bobby
Directed by Jane Anderson
Produced by Ed Gernon
Goldie Hawn
Starring Holly Hunter
Ron Silver
Matt Letscher
Bob Gunton
Jacqueline McKenzie
Elizabeth Berridge
Vincent Van Patten
Caitlin Martin
Distributed by American Broadcasting Company
Release dates
Country United States
Language English

When Billie Beat Bobby is a 2001 ABC docudrama detailing the historic 1973 "The Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs and what lead up to it. The match was filmed at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California.

See also

List of television films produced for American Broadcasting Company

External links

  • Holly Hunter ... Billie Jean King
  • Ron Silver ... Bobby Riggs
  • Matt Letscher ... Larry King
  • Bob Gunton ... Jerry Perenchio
  • Jacqueline McKenzie ... Margaret Court
  • Elizabeth Berridge ... Rosie Casals
  • Vincent Van Patten ... Lornie Kuhle
  • Patrick Kerr ... Rheo
  • Stockard Channing ... Narrator (uncredited)
  • Johnny Luckett ... Bobby's Trainer
  • Earl Maddox ... Reporter
  • Jim Abele ... Match Emcee
  • Sal Viscuso ... Sports Writer Mike
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