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Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault (23-Nov-1996)

Director: Eriq La Salle

Writers: Larry Golin; Alan Swyer

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Basketball

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Basketball
16-Apr-1947   NBA records for most minutes, most points
Michael Beach
Actor
30-Oct-1963   Doc Parker on Third Watch
Monica Calhoun
Actor
29-Jul-1971   Bagdad Café
Don Cheadle
Actor
29-Nov-1964   Boogie Nights
Ronny Cox
Actor
23-Jul-1938   Lt. Bogomil in Beverly Hills Cop
Loretta Devine
Actor
21-Aug-1949   Marla Hendricks on Boston Public
Kevin Garnett
Basketball
19-May-1976   Brooklyn Nets forward
Chick Hearn
Sports Journalist
27-Nov-1916 5-Aug-2002 Legendary basketball announcer
James Earl Jones
Actor
17-Jan-1931   Voice of Darth Vader and CNN
Eriq La Salle
Actor
23-Jul-1962   ER
Nicole Ari Parker
Actor
7-Oct-1970   Soul Food
Tamara Tunie
Actor
14-Mar-1959   Jessica Griffin on As the World Turns
Glynn Turman
Actor
31-Jan-1946   Col. Taylor on A Different World
Forest Whitaker
Actor
15-Jul-1961   Ghost Dog
Clarence Williams III
Actor
21-Aug-1939   Linc in The Mod Squad
Cress Williams
Actor
26-Jul-1970   Lavon Hayes on Hart of Dixie

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 22-Jun-2006)

This video is a must for every young student. It is a story of how destructive it is to get involved with with the wrong group, and how this can have devastating effects on one's life. It is also the story of how one man was able to rise above his circumstances and to go on to help children and to be a role model and to exploit the talent that God had given him.


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