The plotline is older than dirt: Die-hard baseball fan sells his soul to the devil (Ray Walston) to become a young phenom (Tab Hunter) who helps his beloved Washington Senators win the pennant. Along the way, it's hard not to fast-forward past stuff like teammates shuffling across the clubhouse singing ''We've got heart/All you really need is heart.'' But there are still reasons to revisit this musty old treasure: like Gwen Verdon singing but, more importantly, slinking her way through ''Whatever Lola Wants''; dueting with the movie's choreographer, future husband Bob Fosse, for the mambo number ''Who's Got the Pain?''; and belting out the saloon song ''Two Lost Souls,'' which drunkenly erupts into a glorious ensemble number, full of sexy Fosse moves. Now that's dancing!
EXTRAS Not much to write about here except the campily corny original theatrical trailer for the movie.