An Iowa corn farmer, hearing voices, interprets them as a command to build a baseball diamond in his fields; he does, and the 1919 Chicago White Sox come.
|凯文·科斯特纳 (Kevin Costner)||饰||Ray Kinsella|
|埃米·马迪根 (Amy Madigan)||饰||Annie Kinsella|
|盖比·霍夫曼 (Gaby Hoffmann)||饰||Karin Kinsella|
|雷·利奥塔 (Ray Liotta)||饰||Shoeless Joe Jackson|
|蒂莫西·布斯菲尔德 (Timothy Busfield)||饰||Mark|
Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) is a novice farmer who lives in rural Iowa with his wife, Annie (Amy Madigan), and their young daughter Karin (Gaby Hoffmann). Ray's deceased father, John Kinsella (Dwier
|发行公司||Eastern Films (1989) (Theatrical) (Philippines)|
|Carolco (1989) (Theatrical) (Non-US)|
|RTL Plus (1991) (TV) (Germany)|
|Columbia Home Video (DVD) (Brazil)|
|Columbia Home Video (VHS) (Brazil)|
|Reel One Entertainment S.L. (2017) (Blu-ray/DVD) (Spain)|
|MCA Home Video (1989) (VHS) (United States)|
|首映票房（美国）||$531,346, 23 April 1989|
- After the movie was completed, test audiences didn't like the name "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, because they said it sounded like a movie about a bum or hobo. Universal called director and screenwriter 菲尔·奥尔登 to tell him that "Shoeless Joe" didn't work, and the studio changed the title of the film to "Field of Dreams". When Robinson heard the news of the change, he called W.P. Kinsella, the author of the book, and told him the "bad" news, but apparently he didn't care, saying that "Shoeless Joe" was the title the publishing company gave the book. Kinsella's original title was "Dream Field".
- "Shoeless" Joe Jackson remarks about Ty Cobb's desire to play at the 梦幻之地 (1989), "None of could stand the son of a bitch when he was alive, so we told him to stick it." In real life, the players were very close friends. In Jackson's later life, when he ran a liquor store in South Carolina, Cobb stopped there to buy bourbon. During the sale, Jackson made no sign of recognition to Cobb, until Cobb finally said, "For God's sakes, Joe, don't you remember me?" Jackson somberly replied, "Well, sure, I remember you, Ty. I just didn't think anyone wanted to remember me anymore."
- The studio built the baseball diamond on an actual farm in Dyersville, Iowa. After the filming was completed, the family that owned the farm kept the field and added a small hut with inexpensive souvenirs for sale. As of 2018, visitors were free to come to the field and play baseball as they please between April and November.