We are Marshall., Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG, Widescreen
The work We are Marshall., Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG, Widescreen represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Chelmsford Public Library.

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  • a0B-qXGKT-4
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • We are Marshall., Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG, Widescreen
Main title
  • We are Marshall.
Responsibility statement
  • Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • The inspiring story of how a small town in West Virginia, steeped in the rich tradition of college football, struggled to cope with a devastating loss and restore their community after one of the worst disasters in the history of American sports. On the evening of Saturday, November 14, 1970, a chartered jet carrying Marshall University's football team, coaches and fans, was on its way home from a hard-fought game in North Carolina. Less than a minute before its scheduled landing at Tri-State Airport, the plane crashed in the Appalachian Mountains, killing everyone aboard: 37 players, eight coaches and university staff, the flight crew, and 25 prominent Huntington citizens. They find hope and strength in the leadership of outsider Jack Lengyel, a young coach determined to rebuild Marshall's football program. Less than a year after the crash, on September 18, 1971, Marshall University was poised to stage one of the greatest comebacks in collegiate sports
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: PG; for emotional thematic material, a crash scene, and mild language
OCLC Number
  • 123981539
Runtime
  • 131
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
Version
  • Widescreen
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