This disc documents the 1980 United States Olympic Hockey team's gold medal effort. The disc offers a standard full-frame transfer. An English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo, while a Spanish soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. There are no subtitles, but the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. Although there are no supplemental materials of any consequence, sports enthusiasts and Olympic fans will surely enjoy the interviews with Mike Eruzione, Herb Brooks, and announcer Al Michaels.
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Animated menus; Chapter selections; Language selections
1. Main Title/Prologue [1:54]
2. A Bunch of Kids [6:43]
3. Skaters in the Red Army [3:39]
4. Brooksisms [7:02]
5. A Time of Crisis [8:22]
6. Building Tension [7:48]
7. "Do You Believe in Miracles?" [12:04]
8. One More for the Gold [5:48]
9. After the Game/End Credits [5:34]
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's almost exactly the same movie as the 'Miracle' now in the theaters.
This Documentary brings back a miracle that might not happen ever again. Each time I hear this story I still holler at the TV yelling "GO" even though I already know who wins the game, and by the end of the game I'm cheering "USA" and tears of joy fill my eyes! I've watched this documentary so many times I know it word for word, yet it is still so intresting. This is by far HBO's greatest documentary on the greastest moment in sports history.
I am an avid hockey fan and I have read stories of these games over the years and I've watched the "Miracle on Ice" movie numerous times, but this movie tops them all.. I would have loved to have been there for this game and watch the US win the goad.
this is a very good dvd i got it in a 2 for 20 sale at best buy a few years backfor the movie Miracle. the dvd is over 1 hour so u get alot to watch and each chapter is neaver to long around 5 to 7 mins! the dvd starts off form the year 1977 to the end of the 1980 hockey season. You also learn about how russa was a very scary place to live in the late 70s early 80s.