Mardigian Library
Ask a QuestionMy Library Account
Search Library Catalog - Books, DVDs & More
Limit to available
More Searches
   
Limit results to available items
Find more results:
Search MelCat
  
Kings ransom [videorecording] ; The band that wouldn't die ; Small potatoes : who killed the USFL? / ESPN Films presents
Alternate (uniform) Title 30 for 30
[United States] : ESPN Films ; Owensboro, KY : Distributed by Team Marketing, c2010
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  GV707 .T44 2010 v.1 pt.1    IN TRANSIT
Subject(s) Hockey players -- Trading of
Subject Gretzky, Wayne, 1961-
Los Angeles Kings (Hockey team)
Baltimore Colts (Football team). Marching Band
Subject(s) Marching bands -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- History
Subject Baltimore Colts (Football team)
USFL (Organization)
Subject(s) Football -- United States -- History
Sports -- Miscellanea
Documentary films
Historical films
Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Physical Description 1 videodisc (155 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note Part of the collection titled, 30 for 30, v. 01, DVD 01)
Kings ransom (51 min.): On August 9, 1988, the NHL was forever changed with the single stroke of a pen. The Edmonton Oilers, fresh off their fourth Stanley Cup victory in five years, signed a deal that sent Wayne Gretzky, a Canadian national treasure and the greatest hockey player ever to play the game, to the Los Angeles Kings in a multi-player, multi-million dollar deal
Band that wouldn't die (53 min.): In March of 1984, a moving company secretly packed up the Baltimore Colt's belongings and snuck off in the early morning, leaving a city of devoted fans in shock and disbelief. The Colts were an integral part of the city, and fans struggled to cope with losing the team they loved. For 12 years the city was without an NFL team, but the band continued to play, acting as musical ambassadors for the city, keeping football alive until the NFL returned. Includes director's statements, and more
Small potatoes : who killed the USFL? (51 min.): In 1986, the upstart United States Football League had the audacity to challenge the almighty NFL, signing three straight Heisman Trophy winners and future NFL stars Steve Young, Reggie White, and Doug Flutie. In its inaugural season, the 12-team league played before crowds that averaged 25,000 and garnered respectable TV ratings, winning over new fans with its aura of fun and flamboyance
Note - System Details DVD, region 1
Incomplete Contents King's Ransom [videorecording] (51 min.) / directed by Peter Berg -- The band that wouldn't die [videorecording] (53 min.) / directed by Barry Levinson -- Small potatoes: who killed the USFL? [videorecording] (51 min.) / written and directed by Mike Tollin
Alternate Author Berg, Peter, 1964-
Levinson, Barry
Tollin, Michael
ESPN Films (Firm)
Team Marketing (Firm)

Mardigian Library, 4901 Evergreen Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48128-1491 313-593-5400 fax 313-593-5561
ask-a-question@umd.umich.edu
The Regents of the University of Michigan | Non-Discrimination Policy
Copyright © The University of Michigan - Dearborn • 4901 Evergreen Road • Dearborn, Michigan 48128 • 313-593-5000
The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor | The University of Michigan - Flint | SITEMAP | DIRECTORY | CONTACT