Bobby Plump’s last-second shot in 1954 made Milan High School an Indiana legend. But it was a low-budget, feel-good film—released in November 1986—that sealed the deal for a national audience. IM goes behind the scenes of Hoosiers with the filmmakers, actors, and observers to tell the story in their own words.
The film roles, cartoon creations, and TV typecasting that project Hoosierness in pop culture—for better and for worse.
His new movie, My All American, opens November 13.