Unforgettable: The Little Mo Connolly Story (2003)

The story of tennis icon Maureen "Little Mo" Connolly Brinker, the first woman to win the Grand Slam in 1953.

Director:

Jennifer Spell

Writer:

Jennifer Spell
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brenda Brinker Bottum Brenda Brinker Bottum ... Herself
Cindy Brinker Cindy Brinker ... Herself
Norman Brinker Norman Brinker ... Himself
Maureen Connolly Maureen Connolly ... Herself (archive footage)
Doris Hart Doris Hart ... Herself
Ann Haydon Jones Ann Haydon Jones ... Herself (as Ann Jones)
Billie Jean King ... Herself
Ray Nasher Ray Nasher ... Himself
Glynnis O'Connor ... Narrator / Herself
Elizabeth Peck Elizabeth Peck ... Herself
Ben Press Ben Press ... Himself
Ted Schroeder Ted Schroeder ... Himself
Jack A. Turpin Jack A. Turpin ... Himself
Carol Weyman Carol Weyman ... Herself
Katherine Chabot Willette Katherine Chabot Willette ... Herself
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The story of tennis icon Maureen "Little Mo" Connolly Brinker, the first woman to win the Grand Slam in 1953.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Spellbound Pictures See more »
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Color:

Color (NTSC Color)
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Glynnis O'Connor portrayed Maureen Connolly in the made for TV movie, Little Mo (1978). See more »

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A real masterpiece
6 September 2008 | by steveintlbizSee all my reviews

Jennifer Spell definitely created a outstanding and brilliant film! The story of tennis legend, Maureen Connolly, who dominated women's tennis in the early 1950's, is a must-see for any tennis fan, sports fan, or anybody who would like to invest an hour of their time by popping in a DVD and watching an awesome success story. I actually watched this film three times and love it each time. The interviews with her family members and some other tennis pros are amazing and the actual footage of Maureen playing tennis is fantastic. The story is just so well presented, you have to see it to understand. I highly recommend Unforgettable!


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