Dreamer Trailer

Dreamer Trailer (1979)

"A man dreams of winning. A woman dreams of loving. A dreamer dreams of both." 27 April 1979 Drama 90 mins

The dream began 20 years ago, when a young pinsetter watched a star bowler win a championship. Now, Harold (Dreamer) Nuttingham has a chance to attain his dream — to win the Tournament of Champions and buy his own lanes. But what price will he pay? The woman he loves sees only that his dream re-locates her to second place in his life; Harry White, his friend and mentor pushes him to become the champion Harry wanted to be — and never was. Torn between ambition and love, Dreamer fights to have both.

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United States 27 April 1979

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