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DVD-804
MOVIE
THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY - Laurel and Hardy (Comedy) (19min) (1927)
Laurel is 'Canvasback' Clump, an underfed and thoroughly clueless prize-fighter, and Hardy his rather overly optimistic manager. In confronting his ape-like opponent, "Thunder-clap" Callahan (Noah Young), Canvasback is quickly out for the count and the boys are left with the five-dollar loser's end of the purse.(AMG)
 
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DVD-805
MOVIE
ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE KEYSTONE KOPS - (Comedy) (19min) (1954)
Set in 1912, the film casts Bud Abbott and Lou Costello as a couple of New Yorkers who are swindled out of their life savings by a crooked lout (Fred Clark). Pursuing the villain to Hollywood, the boys discover that the double-dealer is now posing as an autocratic Russian film director. To put A&C out of the way, the crook and his partner in crime (Lynn Bari) hire the boys as stunt men, intending to kill them off at the first opportunity. (AMG )MAXIE 'SLAPSIE' ROSENBLOOM.
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DVD-806
DOCUMENTARY
The Greatest Pound for Pound - (1hr) (1994)
Bert Sugar and Bill Cayton debate!
 
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DVD-808
MOVIE
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKELBERRY FINN - Eddie Hodges (Adventure) (107min) (1960)
MGM's all-star 1960 filmization of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn surgically removes the sociological subtext of Mark Twain's novel in the interests of "entertainment for the whole family." The emphasis is on the adventuresome escapades of Huck (Eddie Hodges) and fugitive slave Jim (played by boxing champ Archie Moore), and on the comic elements inherent in the characters of the King (Tony Randall) and the Duke (Mickey Shaughnessy).(AMG) ARCHIE MOORE.
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DVD-809
MOVIE
LETS DO IT AGAIN - Bill Cosby (Comedy) (112min) (1975)
A pair of blue-collar buddies use hypnosis to turn a wimpy boxer into a champ in this crime comedy, which reunites actor/director Sidney Poitier and comedian Bill Cosby, stars of the similarly themed Uptown Saturday Night. Clyde Williams (Poitier) and Billy Foster (Cosby) want to help raise funds to sustain the Sons and Daughters of Shaka Lodge, their local community group. Given that Clyde was trained as a hypnotist while in the military, the pair decide to con mobster Biggie Smalls (Calvin Lockhart) by placing a high-stakes bet on a boxing match and then using hocus-pocus to transform skinny underdog Bootney Farnsworth (Jimmie Walker) into a bruiser.(AMG) GEORGE FOREMAN/JIMMY LENNON SR.
 
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DVD-810
SPECIAL
Michael Johnson vs Donovan Bailey for the Worlds fastest man race!!
 
 
 
06/01/1997
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DVD-811
MOVIE
BLACK FIST (aka Home Boy ) - Richard Lawson (Action) (94min) (1975)
Black Fist, made in 1975, concerns a young man -- Leroy Fist (Richard Lawson) -- who becomes involved in the mob. When he attempts to change his life, the mobsters kills his wife and Leroy goes out to seek his bloody revenge. The film contains much action but generates little real interest because the characters are lifeless and the plot trite. Black Fist was also released as Homeboy and Black Streetfighter.(AMG)
 
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DVD-812
MOVIE
THE HUSTLER - Paul Newman (Drama) (134min) (1961)
As The Hustler's "Fast" Eddie Felson, Paul Newman created a classic antihero, charismatic but fundamentally flawed, and nobody's role model. A pool player from Oakland, CA, as good as anyone who ever picked up a cue, Eddie has an Achilles' heel: arrogance. It's not enough for him to win: he must force his opponent to acknowledge his superiority. (AMG)JAKE LA MOTTA.
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DVD-814
MOVIE
THE KILLERS - Burt Lancaster (Drama) (105min) (1946)
The Killers uses Ernest Hemingway's short story as a springboard for a complex film noir. Two mysterious men (William Conrad and Charles McGraw) muscle their way into a small town and kill an aging boxer (Burt Lancaster, making his screen debut), who offers no resistance and seems to be welcoming his death. (AMG)
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DVD-815
MOVIE
BOXING GLOVES (The Best of the Little Rascals) - Joe Cobb (Comedy) (20min) (1929)
As usual, diminutive Our Gang member Allen \"Farina\" Hoskins is faced with an adult-sized dilemma. This time, Farina is a self-styled fight promoter, who hopes to strike it rich by staging a "heavyweight" bout between neighborhood fat boys Joe Cobb and Norman \"Chubby\" Chaney. Unfortunately, for Farina, longtime rivals Joe and Chubby have patched up their differences and are now the best of friends. All this changes, however, when pretty Jean Darling comes between the elephantine duo, whereupon Farina is able to promote the 'Battle of the Century' in his barnyard boxing ring. When originally released on September 9, 1929, Boxing Gloves was advertised as an "all-talking" picture; in truth, however, it hovers hesitantly between a talkie and a silent film. This is never more jarring than during the climactic boxing sequence, in which several scenes are played out in utter silence, with no sound effects of any kind. (AMG)
 
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DVD-816
DOCUMENTARY
Boxing's Greatest Knockouts with Mike Tyson and Larry Merchant- (1hr) (1987)
A special offering five in-depth segments which recapture some of the most dramatic moments in boxing history. The program includes rare film footage, contemporary features and interviews with top ring experts.
HBO
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DVD-816
DOCUMENTARY
Sports Illustrated Boxings Best : Mike Tyson and the Heavyweights- (1hr) (1989)
With the BBC Radio.
HBO
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DVD-817
MOVIE
THE CARPETBAGGERS - George Peppard (Drama) (150min) (1961)
In 1925, when his father dies of a stroke, Jonas inherits the Cord Chemical factory, a manufacturer of dynamite and other explosives. Jonas proceeds with several cut-throat transactions, making a settlement with his sexy stepmother Rina (Carroll Baker) and liquidating the stock owned by cowhand Nevada Smith (Alan Ladd, in his final American film role). (AMG) ARCHIE MOORE.
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DVD-818
DOCUMENTARY
Boxings Best : Ringside with Mike Tyson - (1hr) (1990)
 
HBO
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DVD-818
DOCUMENTARY
Mike Tyson's Greatest Hits - (1hr) (1988)
Mike Tyson's Greatest Hits is the only video available anywhere of this dynamic boxer's career. It's an action packed replay of some of the greatest and most exciting fights in Iron Mike's professional career. You'll see: -His history making knock out of Trevor Berbick, becoming the youngest heavyweight champion ever. -His devastating 30 second knock out of Marvis Frazier. -Iron Mike securing a place in boxing history by becoming the only man to knock out long time heavyweight champion Larry Holmes. This non-stop, ringside look at the remarkable career of Mike Tyson is guaranteed to become a classic and is a must for every boxing fan.
HBO
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DVD-819
DOCUMENTARY
Boxings Best : Heavyweights; The Stylists - (1hr) (1984)
HBO Home Video presents this episode of their Boxing's Best documentary series, taking a retrospective look at some of the history-making icons of the sport they call "the Sweet Science." Boxing's Best: The Heavyweights -- The Stylists uses interviews and actual fight clips to profile several boxing legends who gained fame less for landing punches than for their ability to avoid them, exhausting their opponents before going in for the kill. Among the legends featured are Jack Johnson, Gene Tunney, Floyd Patterson, Joe Louis, and Muhammad Ali. Curt Gowdy and Teddy Brenner debate.
HBO
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DVD-819
DOCUMENTARY
Boxings Best : Heavyweights The Big Punchers - (1hr) (1989)
HBO Home Video presents this episode of their Boxing's Best documentary series, taking a retrospective look at some of the history-making icons of the sport they call "the Sweet Science." Released in 1995, Boxing's Best: The Heavyweights -- The Big Punchers includes interviews and fight clips that offer viewers insight into some of the heaviest hitters the boxing world has ever seen. Among the legends profiled are Jack Dempsey, Rocky Marciano, and Joe Frazier.
HBO
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DVD-820
MOVIE
BRUTAL GLORY (The Story of Charles 'Kid' McCoy) -Timothy Brantley (Drama) (96min) (1989)
This Canadian made movie is based on a true story. Set in World War I-era New York City, the film stars Timothy Brantley as a boxing champ named CHARLES 'KID' MCCOY, aka "The Real McCoy". Ambitious to the point of ruthlessness, McCoy will mash anyone flat-inside and outside the ring-to get ahead. The era is superbly recaptured, as are the grimy working conditions in the fight game of the era.(AMG)
 
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DVD-821
SPECIAL
30 Great One Punch Knockouts (30min) (1990)
Footage of boxing greats dropping their opponents with the power of a single punch. Includes such matches as Ali vs. Foreman, Hearns vs. Cuevas, and Robinson vs. Graziano. Footage of boxing greats dropping their opponents with the power of a single punch. Includes such matches as Ali vs. Foreman, Hearns vs. Cuevas, and Robinson vs. Graziano. Bill Cayton.
 
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DVD-824
AMATEUR
USA vs MEXICO - 1997
Houston, TX
 
 
05/05/1997
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DVD-827
MOVIE
A FINE MADNESS - Sean Connery (Comedy) (104min) (1966)
Sean Connery attempted to make a clean break from his "James Bond" image in the boisterous comedy A Fine Madness. Connery plays Samson Shillitoe, a Brendan Behan-like poet with a mile-wide misogynistic streak. Try as he might to complete his latest masterpiece, Shillitoe is constantly interrupted by the women in his life.(AMG)
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DVD-828
DOCUMENTARY
No Compromise (The Evander Holyfield Story) - (95min) (1997)
Where did a small-town boy from Alabama find the strength to fight his way to the top, becoming a three-time Heavyweight Champion? Exclusive interviews and action-packed footage reveal all, from his boxing debut at the age of eight to the pounding excitement of the championship battles that made history.
HBO
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DVD-829
INTERVIEW
ABC Wide World of Sports - Clips of Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton I
 
ABC
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06/14/1997
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DVD-831
NEWS
Transworld Sports - Clip of boxing updates 6/1997
 
 
 
 
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DVD-832
INTERVIEW
Univison - Interviews with Oscar De La Hoya vs Genaro Hernandez/ Hector Camacho Jr vs Jesse James Leija
 
 
 
 
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DVD-834
TELEVISION
Home Improvement tv series-Episode "The Eve of Construction" episode with EVANDER HOLYFIELD (30min) (Comedy)
Tim and Al get some famous people together to build for Habitat for Humanity. Jill wants to help but Tim explains that married people shouldn't work together. Jill gets on Al's team together with other women-and Wilson. Tim thinks that he can build his house faster than the "girls" team but has to admit that "men are equal to women". Brad finds a gold locket on the street and gives it to Ashley but when he finds out it belongs to Marie, he has to get it back but is afraid to tell Ashley the truth.
ABC
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03/09/1994
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DVD-834
SPECIAL
Blue Ribbon Boxing Babes - 1986
Women boxing and mud wrestling
 
 
 
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DVD-836
PRE FIGHT
ESPN Upclose show- Showdown at Sundown Holyfield vs Tyson II (1hr)
Roy Firestone host/ Also includes interview with George Foreman demanding he wants the winner of Tyson vs Holyfield II (10min)
ESPN
 
06/16/1997
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MOVIE
LORDS OF DISCIPLINE - David Keith (Drama) (103min) (1983)
Adapted from a long novel by Pat Conroy, the story is shortened to focus on a harrowing account of institutional racism in the 1960s American South. David Keith stars as Will McLean, a senior student at the fictional Carolina Military Institute. When the school admits its first black student, McLean is confidentially charged with making sure that the newcomer's initiation does not get too violent. (AMG)MARK BRELAND.
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DVD-839
DOCUMENTARY
High on Crack Street :The Lost Lives of Lowell (the story of Dick Ecklund) (1hr) (1995)
While Lowell is generally known for its central role in the Industrial Revolution as the first planned textile town in the United States, the city had fallen on hard times since that industry left around World War II. Wang Laboratories, a major employer in Lowell in the more prosperous 1980s, declared bankruptcy and virtually went out of business in the early 1990s. The Lowell of 1995 had a large percentage of the population unemployed or underemployed, in poverty, and unaffected by positive things in the city like the Lowell National Historical Park and The Lowell Folk Festival (established in 1990). Much of the film takes place in a lower-class section of the city's Highlands neighborhood. The documentary frames the lives of three addicts against this background; particularly their hopeless situations, while exploring them as human beings. The film reveals the lives behind addiction: their aspirations, why they do drugs and why they don't quit, etc. It interviews their families, friends, and members of the community, discussing how drugs have destroyed the lives of the addicts. Richard Farrell, one of the directors, writers, and producers, is a native Lowellian and a former addict; allowing the crew deep access to the city's drug scene.[1] The filmmakers follow around three people: Boo Boo, Brenda, and former professional boxer Dicky Eklund in their daily exploits to get high. Throughout the course of the documentary, Brenda, a prostitute, becomes pregnant and contemplates an abortion but has to "hook" to pay for the abortion. Whenever she earns enough money she blows it on drugs instead of getting the $395 abortion. The father could be her on-again off-again boyfriend Mike or the father may, in fact be Boo Boo. Brenda also attempts detox rehab for the baby, but after talking to her parents decides to abort, then do detox, then to go back home. She loses the will to complete the program, as she had 6 times before. She ultimately goes missing, and although the police become aware of her whereabouts, apparently she informed them not to tell anyone in Lowell where she is. Dickie, the older brother of "Irish" Micky Ward, is a father who had at one time fought Sugar Ray Leonard, losing by decision after 10 rounds and attempted to make a comeback. He tries to prevent his habit - and the crimes he commits to feed it - from destroying his life, but he can never stay clean for long and ends up arrested on multiple violent charges. While awaiting trial, his mother attempts to raise enough money to get him out on bail with a benefit at the local VFW where they will watch his old fight tapes, but it devolves into a fight between spectators. He ultimately ends up with a lengthy prison sentence. Boo Boo, who feeds his habit on petty crime and is occasionally romantically linked to Brenda (having serious arguments with both Brenda and Mike), discovers he has HIV after she goes missing. He subsequently attempts to find honest work, joins a support group, and attempts to re-open contact with his family. He loses a job as a deliveryman at a nearby donut shop when it is revealed he was driving with no license. The documentary ends with him discussing how he is the only member of the three still in Lowell and not in jail. In the closing credits, it is revealed that 6 months after filming, Brenda is dead from an overdose, Dickie is in prison, with a possibility of being paroled in 1999, and Boo Boo is still in Lowell with a $200 a day habit. (WIKI)
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DVD-839
PRE FIGHT
Showtime report- Preview on Mike Tyson vs Evander Holyfield II 6/1997 (30min)
Includes footage of Julio Cesar Chavez
SHOWTIME
 
 
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DVD-840
MOVIE
ROCKY - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (119min) (1976)
Journeymen Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), a Philadelphia boxer, is but one step removed from total bum-hood. A once-promising pugilist, Rocky is now taking nickel-and-dime bouts and running strongarm errands for local loan sharks to survive. Even his supportive trainer, Mickey (Burgess Meredith), has given up on Rocky. All this changes thanks to Muhammad Ali-like super-boxer Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). With the Bicentennial celebration coming up, Creed must find a "Cinderella" opponent for the big July 4th bout -- some unknown whom Creed can "glorify" for a few minutes before knocking him cold.(AMG) JOE FRAZIER/AL SILVANI/LOU FILIPPO.
 
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MOVIE
ROCKY II - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (119min) (1979)
Stallone returns as Rocky Balboa, a Philadelphia prize fighter enjoying his brief fame after nearly defeating world heavyweight champion Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). When Rocky is offered lucrative product endorsement opportunities, his limited education and lack of sophistication quickly become an impediment to his future success, causing him embarrassment and his pregnant wife, Adrian (Talia Shire), a great deal of financial concern. Meanwhile, Creed is brooding over his near loss to a fighter he considers an amateur far beneath him and decides to goad a reluctant Rocky into a high-profile rematch.(AMG) ROBERTO DURAN/ AL SILVANI/LOU FILIPPO.
 
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MOVIE
ROCKY III - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (99min) (1982)
Sylvester Stallone returns to the character which made him famous in this wildly successful sequel. Rocky III starts with the Italian Stallion so famous that his likeness is everywhere, including pinball machines. Fame and complacency soon cause Balboa to lose his title to young thug Clubber Lang (Mr. T), who inadvertently causes the death of Rocky's beloved trainer, Mickey (Burgess Meredith), before their first championship bout. After sinking into a depression, Balboa must regain the love and support of his family, as well as the elusive "eye of the tiger," the hungry need to beat the opponent which former foe Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) teaches him during this film's de rigueur training sequence. (AMG) JIMMY LENNON SR./LOU FILIPPO/AL SILVANI/LEROY NEIMAN.
 
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MOVIE
ROCKY IV - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (91min) (1985)
Stallone is back as Rocky Balboa, the heavyweight champion of the world and now good friend of his one-time nemesis, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). Creed is brutally slaughtered in the boxing ring during a lop-sided exhibition match against the superhuman Russian boxer Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), an event that Rocky takes personally. Vowing revenge against Drago in the name of Creed and the United States, Rocky is invited to the Soviet Union for a matchup and hires Creed's former manager (Tony Burton) to get him in shape. (AMG)LOU FILIPPO/MARTY DENKIN/BARRY TOMPKINS/LEROY NEIMAN- Great soundtrack!!!
 
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MOVIE
ROCKY V - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (105min) (1990)
Touted upon its release as the finale of the Rocky saga, this fifth entry in the long-running series of sports dramas reunites star Sylvester Stallone with John G. Avildsen, director of the Oscar-winning original. Stallone is Rocky Balboa, suffering from career-ending brain damage as a result of his punishing bout with Ivan Drago at the finale of the previous film. Upon their return to Philadelphia, Rocky and his wife, Adrian (Talia Shire), discover they are broke, their fortune squandered by an incompetent accountant. Forced to move back to their working-class neighborhood, Rocky finds that his only asset is the run-down gym willed to him by Mickey (Burgess Meredith, who appears in new flashback sequences). Resisting big money offered to him by Don King-like boxing promoter George Washington Duke (Richard Gant), Rocky becomes a trainer and finds a talented comer in Tommy Gunn (real-life boxer Tommy Morrison, nephew of John Wayne).(AMG) TOMMY MORRISON/JIMMY BINNS/ AL BERNSTEIN/FRANK CAPPUCINO/ MICHAEL BUFFER/LEROY NEIMAN.
 
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DVD-845
PRE FIGHT
ESPN preview - Evander Holyfield vs Mike Tyson II
 
 
 
06/20/1997
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DVD-846
PRE FIGHT
Interview with Evander Holyfield pre Tyson II bout
Includes pre fight interviews with Mike Tyson manager John Horne and promoter Don King
 
 
 
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DVD-848
SPECIAL
ABC Wide World of Sports Best of the 1970's - Hi Lites of various boxers (1hr)
Ali/Frazier I, Forman/Norton, Ali/Frazier II studio interview and brawl, Ali/Liston I, Foreman/Frazier, Ali/Foreman post fight interview in studio, Ray Leonard in North American Boxing Champ. Miami (amateur), Ali/Frazier III, Ali/Spinks I, Ali/Norton I, II
ABC
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DVD-849
SPECIAL
ABC Wide World of Sports Best of the 1960s- Hi Lites of various boxers (1hr)
Ali/Liston I, II, Ali/Patterson, Ali/London, Howard Cosell 1967 interview w/Ali taunting controversy vs Ernie Terrel, Cosell talk show debate with Muhammad Ali and Wilt Chamberlin possibly fighting each other -
ABC
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DVD-849
TELEVISION
You Bet Your Life TV show with host Groucho Marx - Best of episode with Rocky Marciano and his mother (1961) (30min)
 
 
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DVD-850
SPECIAL
ABC Wide World of Sports Best of the 1980s - Hi Lites of various boxers
Duran/Leonard I, Hagler/Mintor, Leonard/Hearns, Cooney/Holmes, Tyson/Marvis Frazier,
ABC
 
 
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DVD-850
SPECIAL
Knock-Out Work-out Aerobic Boxing with Stephanie Steele - 1993 (1hr)
 
 
 
 
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DVD-851
MOVIE
PARADISE ALLEY - Sylvester Stallone (Drama) (109min) (1978)
Film auteur Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed, and stars in this re-working of Rocky to fit an old-fashioned Hollywood formula, depicting three brothers from New York's Hell's Kitchen of the 1940s who want to claw their way out of poverty. Lee Canalito is the muscle-brained iceman Victor, and Armand Assante is the embittered, crippled war veteran Lenny. But the smooth-talking con man brother Cosmo (Sylvester Stallone), sees beef-cake Victor's fists as their ticket out of the slums. Cosmo, ever the manipulator, convinces the dull-witted Victor to participate in a series of bone-crunching wrestling matches as Kid Salami. Cosmo and Lenny exploit Victor's brute strength to grab the fast money on the wrestling circuit. *Stallone later briefly manages Canalito who turns pro as a professional boxer. (AMG) LEE CANALITO.
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MOVIE
HARLEM NIGHTS - Eddie Murphy (Comedy) (118min) (1989)
Eddie Murphy, in addition to starring as Quick, the son of 1930s Harlem gambling-house proprietor Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor), also wrote and directed the film. The plotline details the combined efforts of Quick and Sugar Ray to prevent white gangster Bugsy Calhoune (Michael Lerner) from muscling in on their operation. The supporting players include Redd Foxx, Danny Aiello and Jasmine Guy. ROBERTO DURAN/MICHAEL BUFFER.
 
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MOVIE
BILLYBOY - Duane Bobick (Action) (94min) (1979)
A youthful pugilist nears adulthood as he prepares for a championship.(AMG)DUANE BOBICK.
 
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MOVIE
WISHFUL THINKING - Murray Langston (Drama) (94min) (1990)
Poor Michael Moore is one messed-up screenwriter who is more depressed than usual when his girl friend abruptly dumps him. His life forever changes when he saves a diminutive old man from street thugs. The little man has magical powers and as a reward for Michael's kindness gives him a notepad. This is no ordinary pad for anything Michael writes upon it will come true. This comedy-adventure follows what happens when the writer begins to use it. First he scrawls his wish that the lovely bank teller Diane Jacobs will enter his life. (AMG) RAY MANCINI /This DVD also includes post fight Tyson/Holyfield II coverage SEE DVD-859b for earlier Post Fight footage.
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MOVIE
BLOOD SALVAGE - Danny Nelson (Horror/Comedy) (90min) (1989)
An oddball trip to Texas Chainsaw Massacre territory by way of Peter Weir's The Cars That Ate Paris, this presents an inbred family of redneck psychopaths who orchestrate highway accidents, disassemble the vehicles for parts, then do the same to the drivers. The patriarch of this cabal of religious wackos, Mad Jake (Danny Nelson), then sells the pilfered human organs to a sleazy black-marketeer (Ray Walston). When traveler John Saxon and his wheelchair-bound daughter (Lori Birdsong) are ensnared by Jake's seedy gang, they manage to outwit the dimwits, slip past the jaws of the cuddly pet alligator and put paid to their hillbilly tormentors in appropriately gory fashion. (AMG) EVANDER HOLYFIELD/LOU DUVA.
 
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MOVIE
OCEANS OF FIRE - Gregory Harrison (Adventure) (100min) (1986)
This exciting disaster film chronicles the raw courage of five ex-cons and their leader when the South American off-shore oil rig they work upon suddenly explodes and only they can stop the ensuing fire. Unfortunately, they must not only deal with the elements, they must also cope with company bureaucracy and greed and their own considerable personal differences. (AMG) RAY MANCINI/KEN NORTON.
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DVD-859b
PRE/POST FIGHT
Newsportalk show and ESPN - Pre Fight Mike Tyson vs Evander Holyfield II weigh in
Includes Roy Firestone interviews with Mike Tyson (30min) / ESPN news of Mitch Halpern pulling out as referee of Tyson/Holyfield II, and Post fight footage with ESPN, CNN/ SEE DVD-856a for more TYSON/HOLYFIELD II post fight coverage!
 
 
06/26/1997
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