Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to discuss a movie with particular relevance to both him and the state of Iowa.
In Clinton on Saturday, the Florida Governor discussed the 1989 classic “Field of Dreams,” but unlike previous times when he brought up this movie to the delight of Hawkeye State crowds, he pointed out a key casting detail that director Phil Alden Robinson got wrong.
DeSantis noted that “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, a real-life baseball player who was central to the plot of the baseball flick, “in real life was from Greenville, South Carolina and he was a left handed hitter.”
But in casting the film, it seems the choice wasn’t made for biographical authenticity, DeSantis noted.
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