|Teaching Kids:Football [VHS]
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|The Incredibles [VHS]
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A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life, are forced into action to save the world.
|Bull Talk: By Lane Frost (World Champion Bull Rider)
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Lane Frost, 1987 World Champion Bull Rider, teaches the fundamentals of how to ride bulls. He begins by reviewing the equipment he uses in his occupation. Then he leads us into the chute to learn how to place the equipment and sit on the bull. Lane then discusses his strategies of how to ride and get off the bull. (About 75 minutes.)
- Classic Lane Frost Bull Riding Instruction
|Sports Illustrated 1993 Swimsuit Issue Video [VHS]
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VHS TAPE - Never opened. Mark on ups code. ***SHIPS FIRST CLASS***
|War Games Bash '87, The Match Beyond
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Bash '87 was an event even before it took place. Just the mention of a dangerous new kind of match called "War-games-The Match Beyond" was enough to ignite the curiosity of hundreds of thousandsof fans nationwide. Now on this two hour videocassette you have a ringside seat to the best of the Bash '87matches from Atlanta, Greensboro, Charlotte and Miami. You'll see War-games #1 when Precious Paul Ellering, The Road Warriors, Dusty Rhodes and Nikita Koloff battle The Four Horsemen and J. J. Dillon. Ten men locked in combat by a steel cage where the only way to win is by submission of the opponent. The resulting injuries called for a rematch, Wargames 2, and it's all included. Plus you'll see Nikita Koloff take on Lex Lugar, and Ric Flair defend his title against Jimmy Garvin. Then matches featuring Dr. Death Steve Williams, Michael Hayes and The Freebirds, The Rock&Roll Express, The Midnight Express with Jim Cornette, Barry Windham, Big Bubba Rogers, Ronnie & Jimmy Garvin with Precious and much, much more!
|Made in America [VHS]
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An independent black woman conceives a child with the help of a spermbank. When her daughter discovers the truth 18 years later and attempts to learn who her anonymous father is, he turns out to be a car dealer who also happens to be white.
|Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit '99
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THIS IS A VHS VIDEO CALLED "SPORTS ILLUSTRATED; SWIMSUIT '99", & IT'S IN FULL SCREEN, IN COLOR & RUNS 45 MIN., & FEATURES SEVEN SUPERMODELS & HOSTED BY HEIDI KLUM. IT'S NOT RATED, BUT VERY REVEALING!
- SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT '99 VIDEO ISSUE
- RUNS 45 MIN., IN COLOR, NOT RATED!
- HOSTED BY HEIDI KLUM, FEATURING SUPERMODELS LIKE:
- NIKI TAYLOR, EVA HERZIGOVA, LAETITIA CASTA, DANIELA PESTOVA + REBECCA ROMIJN-STAMOS
- MODELS MOST REVEALING MOMENTS WEARING NOTHING BUT BODY PAINT!
|Basketball Diaries [VHS]
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The pre-Titanic Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Jim Carroll, the poet and musician who spent much of his adolescence addicted to heroin and shooting hoops with fellow Catholic high school kids. As a biography, the film doesn't amount to more than the sum of its gritty scenes of smack use, violence, perversions (poor Bruno Kirby plays a lecherous coach who comes on to young Jim), and the usual scream-and-puke dramas that go along with a cold-turkey session. Director Scott Kalvert doesn't seem to realize that most people don't know who Carroll is and therefore can't possibly understand why they should care about his gutterball youth. DiCaprio, having nowhere to go with his performance but maintain Carroll's tailspin, is boring and redundant. Some kind of allusion to the literary and rock & roll life that follows the mess we're watching might have been helpful. --Tom Keogh
|Champions By the Bay: the 1989 Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants, VHS (1989)
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|Super Bowl XXXII - Denver Broncos Championship Video [VHS]
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In 1989, Denver Bronco's quarterback John Elway, a member of the much-heralded quarterback class of 1983, led his underrated Denver team to the Super Bowl, only to suffer a humiliating defeat to the Washington Redskins in front of the whole world. This was the last time the Broncos made an appearance in the big game until 1997, when led by the seemingly ageless John Elway, Denver returned to the Super Bowl. Head coach Mike Shanahan and the rest of the Bronco team made 1997 a personal crusade, steering them to a dozen victories as the NFLs highest scoring team. Unlike 1989, Elway found many able suitors supporting his given talent; offensively Denver threatened from every corner, from the deep threat of Rod Smith to the unstoppable, ubiquitous running of Terrell Davis (eventual Super Bowl MVP). Defensively the rugged belligerence of Neil Smith and Steve Atwater dictated a pass rush orientated defense that dominated all opposition.
This memorable video traces the fate of the Denver team from the opening day to their unlikely victory over the heavily favored Green Bay Packers. Sound bites from the huddle and the locker room bring you closer to the heart and soul of the Broncos, creating a touch of humanity and empathy to each special moment, ultimately leading you to salute all these Mile High warriors for what they achieved in 1997. --Jeremy Storey