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Chariots of fire

Author: Hugh HudsonDavid PuttnamColin WellandNicholas FarrellNigel HaversAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2005]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Elementary and junior high school : NTSC color broadcast system : English : Two-disc special edView all editions and formats
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The story, told in flashback, of two young British sprinters competing for fame in the 1924 Olympics. Eric, a devout Scottish missionary runs because he knows it must please God. Harold, the son of a newly rich Jew runs to prove his place in Cambridge society. In a warmup 100 meter race, Eric defeats Harold, who hires a pro trainer to prepare him. Eric, whose qualifying heat is scheduled for a Sunday, refuses to run  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Sports films
Foreign films
Historical films
Biographical films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Biography Drama
Teatro
Named Person: Harold Maurice Abrahams; Eric Liddell; Harold Maurice Abrahams; Eric Liddell
Material Type: Elementary and junior high school, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Hudson; David Puttnam; Colin Welland; Nicholas Farrell; Nigel Havers; Ian Charleson; Ben Cross; Daniel Gerroll; Ian Holm; John Gielgud; Lindsay Anderson; Nigel Davenport; Cheryl Campbell; Alice Krige; Dennis Christopher; Brad Davis; Patrick Magee; Peter Egan; Struan Rodger; David Yelland; Yves Beneyton; Enigma (Firm); Allied Stars (Firm); Warner Bros. Pictures (1969- ); Ladd Company.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 0790789116 9780790789118
OCLC Number: 57450313
Language Note: In English or dubbed French with optional subtitles in English, French, or Spanish; closed-captioned.
Notes: Originally produced as a British motion picture in 1981.
Credits: Director of photography, David Watkin ; camera operator, Dewi Humphreys ; editor, Terry Rawlings ; original music composed, arranged, and performed by Vangelis Papathanassioli ; supervising art director, Roger Hall ; costume designer, Milena Canonero ; athletic consultant, Tom McNab.
Cast: Nicholas Farrell (Aubrey Montague), Nigel Havers (Lord Andrew Lindsay), Ian Charleson (Eric Liddell), Ben Cross (Harold Abrahams), Daniel Gerroll (Henry Stallard), Ian Holm (Sam Mussabini), John Gielgud (Master of Trinity), Lindsay Anderson (Master of Caius), Nigel Davenport (Lord Birkenhead), Cheryl Campbell (Jennie Liddell), Alice Krige (Sybil Gordon), Dennis Christopher (Charles Paddock), Brad Davis (Jackson Scholz), Patrick Magee (Lord Cadogan), Peter Egan (Duke of Sutherland), Struan Rodger (Sandy McGrath), David Yelland (Prince of Wales), Yves Beneyton (George Andre).
Awards: Winner, 1982 BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Film Awards for Best Costume Design: Milena Canonero; Best Supporting Artist: Ian Holm; Best Film: David Puttnam; 1982 Academy Awards for Best Costume Design, Best Picture, Best Original Score, Best Original Screenplay; Milena Canonero; Best Music, Original Score: Vangelis; Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen: Colin Welland; Best Picture: David Puttnam.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: PG.
Description: 2 videodiscs (124 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC, Region 1; 5.1 Dolby Digital surround, Dolby Digital mono.; widescreen 1.85:1 presentation, enhanced for 16X9 widescreen televisions.
Contents: Disc 1, the film: Praising famous men --
Abrahams and Montague --
Cambridge backroom law --
Campus society --
College dash --
Scotland's finest wing --
200-yard event --
Run in God's name --
Running a straight race --
Run them off their feet --
"He Remains an Englishman" --
Bravest victory --
Mussabini's watchful eye --
Smitten with Sybil --
Smitten with Harold --
Olympic trials --
"I run to win." --
Mussabini takes the job --
Training montage --
Felling God's pleasure --
Hurdles obsessive and bubbly --
Archaic masters and a Semite --
Paris-bound --
Crisis of conscience --
Yanks arrive --
Parade of nations --
Lindsay's heat --
Royal pressure; a solution --
Sunday heats --
Forever in pursuit --
Charmed victory; 100 meters --
Winners circle; hats off --
Triumphant-for keeps --
400 meters; divine pleasure --
Toast of England; Coda --
Cast and end credits (1981) (124 min.); Special features: Commentary by director Hugh Hudson [optional audio feature]. Disc 2, Special features: Wings on their heels: The making of "Chariots of Fire" / producer, Cory Watson ; New Wave Entertainment (2004) (27 min.) --
"Chariots of Fire" : A Reunion / New Wave Entertainment (2004) (19 min.); Additional scenes (11 min.); Screen tests (9 min.); Theatrical trailer (2 min.).
Other Titles: Chariots of fire (Motion picture)
Responsibility: Warner Bros. Pictures ; a Warner Bros. and Ladd Company release ; presented by Allied Stars ; an Enigma production ; original screenplay by Colin Welland ; produced by David Puttnam ; directed by Hugh Hudson.

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The story, told in flashback, of two young British sprinters competing for fame in the 1924 Olympics. Eric, a devout Scottish missionary runs because he knows it must please God. Harold, the son of a newly rich Jew runs to prove his place in Cambridge society. In a warmup 100 meter race, Eric defeats Harold, who hires a pro trainer to prepare him. Eric, whose qualifying heat is scheduled for a Sunday, refuses to run despite pressure from the Olympic committee. A compromise is reached when a nobleman allows Eric to compete in his 400 meter slot. Eric and Harold win their respective races and go on to achieve fame as missionary and businessman/athletic advocate, respectively.

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