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Seabiscuit: Lost Documentary

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2003

    A great documentary - professionally restored - beautiful!!!

    This documentary is the perfect collectors edition that will add historically accurate and genuine footage of this athlete in all of his history making races. I recommend this DVD to every Seabiscuit fan. The music is icing on the cake.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rediscovered After Over 60 years!

    Seabiscuit The Lost Documentary is an extraordinary piece of horse racing history. This original documentary was made in 1939 by Seabiscuit¿s owner, Charles Howard, in honor of Seabiscuit winning the coveted title of ¿Horse of the Year¿. You¿ll see Seabiscuit¿s birth, his early life at the stables, and Seabiscuit¿s first race where his fourth place finish earned him $50. Watch Charles Howard purchase Seabiscuit after a claiming race, and trainer Tom Smith put Seabiscuit through workouts. This action-packed film chronicles Seabiscuit¿s most thrilling races including the heart-stopping photo finish at the Santa Anita Handicap, and the legendary match race with War Admiral. You¿ve read the bestselling novel and seen the major motion picture ¿ now you can experience a rare authentic journey back to the 1930¿s, when the sensational Seabiscuit was in his prime. Expertly restored in the original black-and-white format, and expanded to include a vibrant color version, this fast-paced film will appeal to horseracing aficionados, history buffs ¿ and anyone who¿s ever loved a champion.

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