Will the Hassle of Dealing with MLB Bury a Documentary About a Cubs Superfan?

Chicago Reader | June 16, 2008
Just days before the Cubs season opener in 2005, amateur filmmaker Paul Hoffman premiered his documentary about Ronnie "Woo Woo" Wickers at a gala benefit at the Chicago Historical Society. Hoffman figured it was only a matter of time before Woo Life: One Life Saved by the Game of Baseball found a distributor and brought further attention to a cause near to his heart, the plight of Chicago's homeless. But in fact, in three years' time he'd be sitting on a thousand copies of the film.

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