Learn more about the Principals of MOM & POP FILMS, Richard Dobbs and Didi Dobbs

EXTRA INNINGS is a feature length documentary Mom & Pop Films has been shooting for the past two years. The subject is The New York Statesmen, a traveling team of 60 plus year old men who compete at the "Major-Plus" level of senior softball.
Pitcher

A behind the scenes look at the Players....

FANS

...and their biggest fans.

Mom & Pop Films began shooting Extra Innings 2 years ago and have followed The New York Statesmen to five tournaments.

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Senior Softball is a phenomenon. “There are more than 1.5 million active senior softball players and that number is growing as baby boomers come into the market.” Find out more about Sponsorships and how your company can benefit from sponsoring this wonderful film.

Tel: (917) 837-7515

richard@mompopfilms.com

didi@mompopfilms.com

“SEAN SO FAR”, a child with Down Syndrome working harder than most kids......
Sean with camera

...As a graduation gift Sean receives a camera, which begins his fascination and skill with photography.

Only one square mile, Hoboken, New Jersey has bragging rights for many things....

I Knew Sinatra

...but it will always be known indisputably as the birthplace of Frank Sinatra.

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I KNEW SINATRA
"Our independent spirit lives in our work."

Only one square mile, Hoboken, New Jersey has bragging rights for many things: the birthplace of baseball, location for the film “On The Waterfront”, a vibrant social life and arts community – but it will always be known indisputably as the birthplace of Frank Sinatra.

On November 10, 1996, under the auspices of the Hoboken Historical Museum, a plaque was placed in the sidewalk in front of the property where Mr. Sinatra’s house once stood – and Mom & Pop Films was there to record this historic occasion as the residents of Hoboken and fans from beyond the city limits gathered to honor one of their own who had achieved greatness. His house may no longer exist but Frank’s presence is palpable – and the neighborhood’s love of Frank Sinatra is strong and undying.

Everyone had a story and they were happy and proud to tell it –meeting him, knowing him as a child, hearing him on a radio station in Jersey City for the first time, seeing him at the Paramount.

“I Knew Sinatra” is as much about the people who loved him as it is about the Chairman Of The Board.