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Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore, stars of the film ‘‘Fever Pitch,’’ arrived at Fenway Park last night, where the film, which Barrymore called a love letter to the Red Sox and Boston, premiered before an invitation-only crowd.
Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore, stars of the film ‘‘Fever Pitch,’’ arrived at Fenway Park last night, where the film, which Barrymore called a love letter to the Red Sox and Boston, premiered before an invitation-only crowd. (Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin) Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin

At premiere, stars give Hub 'Fever'

Fenway Park doubles as a red carpet for film's debut

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / April 7, 2005

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A baseball season that mimicked a Hollywood scriptwriter's fantasy turned into one for real last night as ''Fever Pitch," a screwball comedy built around an obsessed Red Sox fan, staged its world premiere under the bright lights of Fenway Park. (Full article: 815 words)

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