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'Born Ugly: The Willie McGee Story' Comes Under Fire

Former Major Leaguer Willie McGee is suing the producers of "Born Ugly: The Willie McGee Story," the new film loosely based on McGee's life, about an young man who makes his baseball dreams come true despite a face like a disaster area. Praised for its heartrending portrayal of a man torn between his love of the grand stage and his unshowable face, and a gripping performance by actor Dulé Hill wearing several heavy pounds of head-disfiguring makeup, the movie is now up in the air due to McGee's lawsuit.

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