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  • Clyde Livingston
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  • Clyde was famous for scoring four triples in a game. In the film, Magnet says that Clyde is the "fastest guy in the Majors". The shoes Clyde wore during the game were the ones Caveman (Stanley Yelnats IV) was accused of stealing. At Stanley's trial, it was learned that Clyde Livingston had been an orphan living at the same orphanage were the shoes had been stolen from. At the trial, the lawyer asked him to tell them a little something of his background. Besides the fact that it was his donated shoes that were stolen, what other connection might he have had with this case?
  • Clyde "Sweetfeet" Livingston is a fictional baseball player that appears in the 2003 live-action film, Holes. Sweetfeet plays for the Texas Rangers. He donated his pair of sneakers that he wore in the World Series to a homeless shelter to be auctioned off. During the trial in which Stanley is falsely arrested and tried for stealing the sneakers that Clyde had donated to the homeless shelter, Clyde reveals that, as a kid, he was an orphan, so he can relate to the children on how it feels to grow up not knowing who your biological parents are.
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  • Good
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Actor
  • Rick Fox
Name
  • Clyde Livingston
Alias
  • "Sweetfeet"
Occupation
  • Former Baseball Player
Films
  • Holes
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  • Clyde "Sweetfeet" Livingston is a fictional baseball player that appears in the 2003 live-action film, Holes. Sweetfeet plays for the Texas Rangers. He donated his pair of sneakers that he wore in the World Series to a homeless shelter to be auctioned off. During the trial in which Stanley is falsely arrested and tried for stealing the sneakers that Clyde had donated to the homeless shelter, Clyde reveals that, as a kid, he was an orphan, so he can relate to the children on how it feels to grow up not knowing who your biological parents are. Eventually, Stanley is proven innocent and his dad finally finds the solution to an odor-eliminating mixture that he has been trying all his life to create and perfect---the unlikely combination of peaches and onions. His new foot odor product, "Sploosh", was later endorsed in a commercial by Sweetfeet.
  • Clyde was famous for scoring four triples in a game. In the film, Magnet says that Clyde is the "fastest guy in the Majors". The shoes Clyde wore during the game were the ones Caveman (Stanley Yelnats IV) was accused of stealing. At Stanley's trial, it was learned that Clyde Livingston had been an orphan living at the same orphanage were the shoes had been stolen from. At the trial, the lawyer asked him to tell them a little something of his background. Besides the fact that it was his donated shoes that were stolen, what other connection might he have had with this case? "Well, I was an orphan. I grew up in that home. I don't understand what type of person steals from homeless children." He glared at Stanley and said, "You're no fan of mine." Stanley felt really bad that he stole Sweet Feet's shoes and that his hero thinks he is a bad person.