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     alexander s ragtime band : al jolson 

    Il a influence grand nombres de grands artistes de JAZZ etva ete un des chanteurs les plus populaires du music hall ; alliant bien avant SINATRA -ELVIS etc ...chansons -cinema etc etc .Il est pour moi un des premiers rendant le mot populaire bien moins pejoratif .d ailleurs pour moi il ne le sera jamais ..

    De son vrai nom ASA YOELSON , avec ses parents , MOSHE REUBEN YOELSON et NAOMI ETTAS CANTOR , famille  issue de LITUANIE , ils doivent s'exiler pour les états unis  , des son plus jeune âge ..

    1898 JOLSON devient un chanteur populaire à NEW YORK , durant la guerre contre l ESPAGNE , en effet c'est a ce moment qu’ il va développer sa "marque de fabrique ( maquillage-gestuelle-style musicale-et un contact naturel avec le public) .

    En 1911 , direction BROADWAY , réussite totale dans le domaine à l'époque, on le verra dans la pièce LA BELLE PAREE changé de registre et se transformer en STAR pour les besoins de la pièce .

    Il commença à enregistrer et devint vite connu sur la scène internationale par son extraordinaire présence scénique et son rapport personnel avec les spectateurs. Aucun autre artiste n'a connu à Broadway autant de popularité et une carrière aussi longue qui a durée près de 30 ans (de 1911 à 1940). Les hurlements ou les supplications des spectateurs, empêchaient souvent le spectacle de continuer, tant était puissante la présence de Al Jolson. Lors d'un spectacle à Boston, le show a dû être arrêté pendant 45 minutes. On disait de lui qu'il avait une personnalité "électrique", liée à son habilité à faire penser à chaque spectateur qu'il chantait uniquement pour elle ou lui.ENCORE LA BIEN AVANT LES LEGENDES CITEES AUPARAVANT ..

     

    Cependant, il est plus connu aujourd'hui pour sa présence dans un des premiers films parlants, le chanteur de jazz (1927)|the jazz singer . Dans ce film, Al Jolson interpréta la chanson "Mammy" avec son visage maquillé en noir.

    Il signe à la WARNERS pour une serie de films PARLANTS . Dans un d'eux il chante "SONNY BOY" qui devient le premier disque a ce vendre à pres de 3 millions d'exemplaires (cf film THE SINGING FOOL).

    Après avoir quitté la scène de Broadway, Al Jolson est devenu une vedette de la radio. ‘’The Al Jolson Show’’ s’est déroulé de 1933 à 1939, de 1942 à 1943 et de 1947 à 1949. Ses émissions étaient toujours parmi les plus écoutées. En 1950, Al Jolson signe avec CBS Télévision, mais meurt en octobre de cette même année avant d’avoir commencé des émissions télévisées.

     décédé le 23 octobre 1950 à San Francisco (Californie)) 

    Parmi les nombreuses chansons très populaires, on peut citer "You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)", "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody", "Swanee" (écrit par le grand george gershwing lui meme), "April Showers", "Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye", "California, Here I Come", "When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along", "Sonny Boy", et "Avalon".

    Al Jolson a été le premier artiste à vendre plus de 10 million de disques. Alors qu'il n'existait pas encore de hit-parade, Joel Whitburn (son archiviste) a fait un travail statistique sur les N°1 des chansons de la période 1890-1954. Son estimation a été que des chansons de Al Jolson ont été 23 fois N° 1. Whitburn a calculé que Al Jolson aurait été en tête pendant 114 semaines.

     

     

    Jump to filmography as: Soundtrack, Actor, Composer, Miscellaneous Crew, Thanks, Self, Archive Footage 

    Soundtrack:

    1.     King Kong (2005) (performer: "I'm Sitting on Top of the World")
    ... aka Kong: The Eighth Wonder of the World (International: English title: teaser title)
    ... aka Peter Jackson's King Kong (USA: promotional title)

    2.     The White Countess (2005) (writer: "Avalon")

    3.     The Aviator (2004) (lyrics: "Avalon" (1920)) (performer: "Blue Skies" (1927))

    4.     Hollywood's Magical Island: Catalina (2003) (writer: "Avalon" (1920))

    5.     The Saddest Music in the World (2003) (writer: "California Here I Come")

    6.     A Guy Thing (2003) (writer: "The Anniversary Song")

    7.     One Night with Robbie Williams (2001) (TV) (writer: "Me and My Shadow")
    ... aka Robbie Williams: Live at the Albert (UK: DVD title)

    8.     I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special (2001) (TV) (writer: "California, Here I Come")

    9.     The Cat's Meow (2001) (writer: "Avalon" (1920)) (lyrics: "California Here I Come" (1924)) (performer: "Avalon" (1920), "Toot Toot Tootsie! (Good-Bye)" (1922), "California Here I Come" (1924))

    10.   Bamboozled (2000) (performer: "My Mammy" (1921) (uncredited))

    11.   Sweet and Lowdown (1999) (writer: "Avalon" (1920))

    12.   The Last September (1999) (performer: "You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)" (1913))
    ... aka The Last September (France)

    13.   Heart (1999) (writer: "When You're Smiling")

    14.   Payback (1999/I) (writer: "Anniversary Song")

    15.   The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (1998) (writer: "Avalon")

    16.   Bogus (1996) (writer: "Me And My Shadow")

    17.   Richard III (1995) (performer: "I'm Sitting On The Top Of The World")

    18.   Bullets Over Broadway (1994) (performer: "Toot, Toot, Tootsie! (Good-Bye)")

    19.   Jacob's Ladder (1990/I) (performer: "SONNY BOY")
    ... aka Dante's Inferno

    20.   Avalon (1990) (writer: "Anniversary Song") (performer: "Anniversary Song", "If I Only Had A Match")

    21.   Palabras de mujer (1990) ("Pretty Baby")
    ... aka Girls' Talk

    22.   Roger & Me (1989) (writer: "California, Here I Come")
    ... aka A Humorous Look at How General Motors Destroyed Flint, Michigan (USA: subtitle)

    23.   The Brave Little Toaster (1987) ("Mammy")

    24.   "The Benny Hill Show" (1 episode, 1983)
        -
     Superteech (1983) TV Episode (music: "Me and My Shadow")

    25.   Falling in Love Again (1980) (music: "Anniversary Song")
    ... aka In Love

    26.   The Ninth Configuration (1980) (writer: "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder") (performer: "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder")
    ... aka Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane

    27.   Funny Lady (1975) (music: "Me And My Shadow")

    28.   They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) (writer: "CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME")

    29.   33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee (1969) (TV) (writer: "California Here It Comes" (End Titles))

    30.   The Benny Goodman Story (1955) (writer: "Avalon")

    31.   Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (1952) (writer: "There's A Rainbow Round My Shoulder")

    32.   With a Song in My Heart (1952) (writer: "CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME") (lyrics: "CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME")

    33.   Bushy Hare (1950) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come")

    34.   You're My Everything (1949) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come")

    35.   Curtain Razor (1949) (performer: "April Showers")

    36.   Nothing But the Tooth (1948) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come")

    37.   Blondie's Anniversary (1947) (writer: "Anniversary Song (Oh, how we danced on the night we were wed)" (1946))

    38.   The Jolson Story (1946) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come", "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder", "Avalon", "Anniversary Song") (performer: "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy", "Ma Blushin' Rosie", "I Want A Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad", "My Mammy", "I'm Sittin' on Top of the World", "You Made Me Love You", "Swanee", "Toot Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye", "The Spaniard That Blighted My Life", "April Showers", "California, Here I Come", "Liza", "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder", "Avalon", "About a Quarter to Nine", "Anniversary Song", "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee")

    39.   Okay for Sound (1946) (writer: "Sonny Boy") (performer: "My Mammy", "Sonny Boy")

    40.   Rhapsody in Blue (1945) (performer: "Swanee")

    41.   The Impatient Years (1944) (writer: "Who Said Dreams Don't Come True?")

    42.   Casablanca (1942) (music: "Avalon" (1920) (uncredited)) (lyrics: "Avalon" (1920) (uncredited))

    43.   You Can't Escape Forever (1942) (music: "Avalon" (1920)) (lyrics: "Avalon" (1920))

    44.   Cairo (1942) (writer: "Avalon" (1920))

    45.   Hold Back the Dawn (1941) (music: "California Here I Come" (1924)) (lyrics: "California Here I Come" (1924))

    46.   Hold That Ghost (1941) (writer: "Me and My Shadow" (1927))
    ... aka Oh, Charlie

    47.   Porky's Preview (1941) (performer: "September in the Rain")

    48.   Hullabaloo (1940) (performer: "My Mammy" (1921))

    49.   King of the Lumberjacks (1940) (writer: "Avalon" (1920))

    50.   Africa Squeaks (1940) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come")

    51.   That's Right - You're Wrong (1939) (writer: "California Here I Come" (1924)) (lyrics: "Back in Your Own Backyard" (1928))

    52.   Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) (performer: "Kol Nidrei")

    53.   Seeing Red (1939) (writer: "Avalon")

    54.   The Movies March On (1939) (performer: "Mammy")
    ... aka March of Time: The Movies March On (USA: series title)

    55.   Believe It or Else (1939) (music: "Yoo Hoo")

    56.   Hard to Get (1938) (writer: "Sonny Boy" (1928))

    57.   You're an Education (1938) (lyrics: "Avalon")

    58.   Torchy Blane in Panama (1938) (writer: "California Here I Come" (1924))
    ... aka Trouble in Panama (UK)

    59.   The Kid Comes Back (1938) (writer: "California Here I Come")
    ... aka Don't Pull Your Punches (UK)

    60.   The Goldwyn Follies (1938) (writer: "California Here I Come" (1924) (uncredited))

    61.   Hollywood Hotel (1937) (writer: "California, Here I Come") (lyrics: "California, Here I Come")

    62.   September in the Rain (1937) (performer: "September in the Rain")

    63.   You're Only Young Once (1937) (music: "Avalon") (lyrics: "Avalon")

    64.   Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937) (music: "California, Here I Come")

    65.   Clean Pastures (1937) (performer: "I Love to Sing-a")

    66.   A Star Is Born (1937) (writer: "California Here I Come" (1924))

    67.   Bring on the Girls (1937) (writer: "California, Here I Come")

    68.   The Candid Camera Story (Very Candid) of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures 1937 Convention (1937) (writer: "California, Here I Come")

    69.   After the Thin Man (1936) (writer: "California Here I Come" (1924))

    70.   The Big Noise (1936/I) (lyrics: "California, Here I Come" (1924))
    ... aka Modern Madness

    71.   The Singing Kid (1936) (writer: "Sonny Boy") (performer: "I Love to Singa", "The Singiest Man in Town", "I Want to Sing a Mammy Song", "You're the Cure for All That Ails Me", "Here's Looking at You", "Save Me Sister", "My Mammy", "Swanee", "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody", "California, Here I Come", "April Showers", "About a Quarter to Nine", "Sonny Boy") ("I Love to Singa", "All of Me")

    72.   Love on a Bet (1936) (writer: "California Here I Come")

    73.   Go Into Your Dance (1935) (performer: "Go Into Your Dance" (1935), "Mammy, I'll Sing About You" (1935), "About a Quarter to Nine" (1935), "Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)" (1851), "Casino De Paree" (1935), "She's A Latin From Manhattan" (1935)) ("Go Into Your Dance" (1935), "Cielito Lindo", "(I Wish I Was in) Dixie's Land" (1860), "About a Quarter to Nine" (1935))
    ... aka Casino de Paree (UK)

    74.   Buddy Steps Out (1935) (lyrics: "Avalon")

    75.   Evelyn Prentice (1934) (writer: "Me and My Shadow")

    76.   Wonder Bar (1934) (performer: "Goin' to Heaven on a Mule", "Vive La France", "Ochi Tchornya (Dark Eyes)")

    77.   The Film Parade (1933) (performer: "Sonny Boy")
    ... aka March of the Movies (USA)

    78.   Hallelujah I'm a Bum (1933) (performer: "I Gotta Get Back to New York", "My Pal Bumper", "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum", "Dear June", "Bumper found a Grand", "What Do You Want with Money", "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"(different song), "Kangeroo Court", "I'd Do It Again", "You are too beautiful")
    ... aka Hallelujah, I'm a Tramp (UK)
    ... aka Happy Go Lucky
    ... aka Lazy Bones (USA: reissue title)
    ... aka The Heart of New York (USA: reissue title)

    79.   The Two Barks Brothers (1931) (writer: "Sonny Boy")

    80.   Mammy (1930) (performer: "Across the Breakfast Table Looking at You", "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy", "To My Mammy", "My Mammy", "Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?", "Why Do They All Take the Night Boat to Albany?", "Yes! We Have No Bananas")

    81.   The Song Writers' Revue (1930) (writer: "Me And My Shadow")

    82.   Say It with Songs (1929) (performer: "I'm in Seventh Heaven", "Little Pal", "Used to You", "Why Can't You", "Back in Your Own Backyard", "I'm Ka-razy for You", "Mem'ries of One Sweet Kiss") ("Why Can't You", "Back in Your Own Backyard", "I'm Ka-razy for You", "Mem'ries of One Sweet Kiss")

    83.   Blackmail (1929) ("Sonny Boy")

    84.   Show People (1928) (writer: "California Here I Come")

    85.   The Singing Fool (1928) (performer: "There's a Rainbow 'round My Shoulder", "Golden Gate", "I'm Sittin' on Top of the World", "It All Depends on You", "Keep Smiling at Trouble", "Sonny Boy", "The Spaniard That Blighted My Life") ("There's a Rainbow 'round My Shoulder", "Golden Gate", "Keep Smiling at Trouble", "Sonny Boy")

    86.   The Jazz Singer (1927) (performer: "Dirty Hands, Dirty Faces", "Toot Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye", "Blue Skies", "Mother of Mine, I Still Have You", "My Mammy") ("Kol Nidre")

    87.   Down South (1927) ("Back in Your Own Backyard")

    88.   A Plantation Act (1926) (performer: "When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob Bobbin' Along", "April Showers", "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody")
    ... aka Al Jolson in 'A Plantation Act' (USA: copyright title)

    Actor:

    1.     Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949) (uncredited) .... Al Jolson (voice only during

    2.     Swanee River (1939) .... Edwin P. Christy
    ... aka The Life of Stephen Foster

    3.     Rose of Washington Square (1939) .... Ted Cotter

    4.     The Singing Kid (1936) .... Al Jackson

    5.     Go Into Your Dance (1935) .... Al Howard
    ... aka Casino de Paree (UK)

    6.     Wonder Bar (1934) .... Al Wonder

    7.     Hallelujah I'm a Bum (1933) .... Bumper
    ... aka Hallelujah, I'm a Tramp (UK)
    ... aka Happy Go Lucky
    ... aka Lazy Bones (USA: reissue title)
    ... aka The Heart of New York (USA: reissue title)

    8.     Big Boy (1930) .... Gus

    9.     Mammy (1930) .... Al Fuller

    10.   New York Nights (1929) (uncredited) .... Cameo

    11.   Say It with Songs (1929) .... Joe Lane

    12.   Sonny Boy (1929) (uncredited)

    13.   The Singing Fool (1928) .... Al Stone

    14.   The Jazz Singer (1927) .... Jakie Rabinowitz (Jack Robin)

    15.   Mammy's Boy (1923) .... Al

    Composer:

    1.     You Are What You Eat (1968)

    2.     New York Nights (1929)

    Miscellaneous Crew:

    1.     The Jolson Story (1946) (original singing voice: Larry Parks) (uncredited)

    Thanks:

    1.     Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) (appreciation for his appearance) (as Mr. Al Jolson)

    Self:

    1.     Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Famous Feet (1950) .... Himself - Narrator

    2.     Jolson Sings Again (1949) (uncredited) (singing voice) .... Himself

    3.     Screen Snapshots: Off the Air (1947) .... Himself

    4.     The Jolson Story (1946) (uncredited) .... Himself - in long shot of 'Swanee'

    5.     Rhapsody in Blue (1945) .... Himself

    6.     Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) (as Mr. Al Jolson) .... Himself

    7.     Hollywood Handicap (1938) .... Himself

    8.     Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 12 (1937) .... Himself

    9.     A Day at Santa Anita (1937) (uncredited) .... Himself

    10.   Screen Snapshots Series 15, No. 10 (1936) .... Himself

    11.   Paramount Headliner: Broadway Highlights No. 1 (1935) .... Himself

    12.   Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 9 (1935) .... Himself

    13.   Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 20 (1930) .... Himself

    14.   Show Girl in Hollywood (1930) (uncredited) .... Himself, Cameo Appearance at Premiere

    15.   Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 11 (1930) .... Himself

    16.   Hollywood Snapshots #11 (1929) .... Himself

    17.   A Plantation Act (1926) .... Himself
    ... aka Al Jolson in 'A Plantation Act' (USA: copyright title)

    Archive Footage:

    1.     Old Hollywood: Silent Stars, Deadly Secrets (2007) (TV) (uncredited) .... Jack Robin

    2.     "Broadway: The American Musical" (2004) (mini)

    3.     "Great Performances"
        -
     The Great American Songbook (2003) TV Episode

    4.     "Walk on By: The Story of Popular Song"
        -
     From Russia with Love (2001) TV Episode .... Himself

    5.     The Rodgers & Hart Story: Thou Swell, Thou Witty (1999) (TV)

    6.     Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults (1997) (TV) .... Himself

    7.     Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (1997) (uncredited) .... Himself (watches Fairbanks do Jolson impression)

    8.     The Celluloid Closet (1995) (uncredited) .... Exclaims "Boys will be boys!"

    9.     Almonds and Raisins (1985)

    10.   Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops - 1941-1972 (1980) (TV) .... Himself

    11.   Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (1975) .... Himself

    12.   "Film Night"
        -
     The Black Man in the Cinema (1971) TV Episode .... Himself
        -
     Episode dated 18 October 1970 (1970) TV Episode .... Himself

    13.   "Hollywood and the Stars"
        -
     Hollywood Goes to War (1964) TV Episode .... Himself

    14.   Screen Snapshots: Ramblin' Round Hollywood (1955) .... Himself

    15.   Screen Snapshots: The Great Al Jolson (1955) .... Himself - also various screen roles

    16.   Screen Snapshots: Memorial to Al Jolson (1952) .... Himself

    17.   The Story of Will Rogers (1952) (uncredited) .... Himself, Al Jolson, clip from 'Rhapsody in Blue'

    18.   Purple Heart Diary (1951) .... Himself

    19.   Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Memories (1951) .... Himself

    20.   Fifty Years Before Your Eyes (1950) .... Himself

    21.   Wilson (1944) (uncredited) .... Himself, at WWI rally

    22.   Take It or Leave It (1944) (uncredited) .... Himself: Clip from 'Rose of Washington Square'

    23.   The Voice That Thrilled the World (1943) (uncredited) .... Himself (segment "The Jazz singer")

    24.   Minstrel Days (1941) .... Himself: edited from 'The Jazz Singer'

    25.   Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 12 (1939) .... Himself

    26.   The Movies March On (1939) .... Himself - from 'The Jazz Singer'

    27.   The Film Parade (1933) .... From 'Sonny Boy' (1929)

    quelle carte de visite !!!

     

     

     

    chansons : 

    • That Haunting Melodie (1911) Jolson's first hit.
    • Ragging the Baby to Sleep (1912)
    • The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (1912)
    • That Little German Band (1913)
    • You Made Me Love You (1913)
    • Back to the Carolina You Love (1914)
    • Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (1916)
    • I Sent My Wife to the Thousand Isles (1916)
    • I'm All Bound Round With the Mason Dixon Line (1918)
    • Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (1918) 
    • Tell That to the Marines (1919)
    • I'll Say She Does (1919)
    • I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now (1919)
    • Swanee (1920)
    • Avalon (1920)
    • O-H-I-O (O-My! O!) (1921)
    • April Showers (1921) 
    • Angel Child (1922)
    • Coo Coo' (1922)
    • Oogie Oogie Wa Wa (1922)
    • That Wonderful Kid From Madrid (1922)
    • Toot, Toot, Tootsie (1922)
    • Juanita (1923) 
    • California, Here I Come (1924)
    • I Wonder What's Become of Sally? (1924)
    • All Alone (1925)
    • I'm Sitting on Top of the World (1926) 
    • When the Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along (1926)
    • Back in Your Own Backyard (1928) 
    • My Mammy (1928) 
    • There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (1928)
    • Sonny Boy (1928)
    • Little Pal (1929)
    • Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) (1929)
    • Let Me Sing and I'm Happy (1930)
    • The Cantor (A Chazend'l Ofn Shabbos) (1932)
    • Ma Blushin' Rosie (1946)
    • Anniversary Song (1946)
    • Alexander's Ragtime Band (1947)
    • Carolina in the Morning (1947)
    • About a Quarter to Nine (1947)
    • Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (1947)
    • Golden Gate (1947)
    • When You Were Sweet Sixteen (1947) 
    • If I Only Had a Match (1947)
    • After You've Gone (1949)
    • Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (1949)
    • Are You Lonesome Tonight? (1950) 

     

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  • 29 juin 1950 

    L’Angleterre décide de participer pour la première fois de son histoire à la désormais prestigieuse Coupe du monde. Elle débarque ainsi au Brésil avec la ferme intention de rappeler au monde qu’elle est la patrie du Football. Malheureusement, les Etats-Unis ne sont guère convaincus puisqu’ils infligent une défaite aux sujets de la reine. Perdre 1-0 face à une équipe mineure n’est guère de bon augure. Il reste alors à espérer que l’Espagne se pliera comme le Chili. Mais c’est une nouvelle défaite pour les anglais qui ne passeront pas le premier tour. 

     Joe Gaetjens, porté en triomphe

    Lors de la Coupe du Monde de football 1950 au Brésil, les USA sont le petit poucet de la compétition et font partie du Groupe B composé de l’Espagne, du Chili et la redoutable Angleterre. Les anglais viennent en Amérique du Sud pour une seule chose : remporter le trophée.

    Le premier match des américains est difficile, ils s’inclinent 3 buts à 1 face au Chili et abordent le match contre l’Angleterre sans grands espoirs.

    Mais rien n’est jamais écrit à l’avance dans le football, les américains réalisent l’exploit de battre l’Angleterre 1 but à 0 grâce à un but de Joe Gaetjens.

    29 juin 1950
    18:00 

    États-Unis États-Unis 

    1 - 0 

    Angleterre Angleterre 

    Estádio Independência,Belo Horizonte
    Arbitrage : M. Datillo Italie
    Spectateurs : 10 000 

    Gaetjens Inscrit après 38 minutes 38' 

    (Rapport) 

     

     


    je vous recommande ce film sur cette histoire

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_OLwqVc7M4#

    Réalisateur :
    David Anspaugh 

    Scénaristes :
    Geoffrey Douglas (livre)
    Angelo Pizzo 

    Compositeur :
    William Ross 

    Directeur de la photographie :
    Johnny E. Jensen 

    Monteur :
    Ian Crafford 

    Acteurs :
    Gerard Butler (Frank Borghi)
    Wes Bentley (Walter Bahr)
    Jay Rodan (Frank 'Pee Wee' Wallace)
    Gavin Rossdale (Stanley Mortenson)
    Costas Mandylor (Charlie 'Gloves' Columbo)
    Louis Mandylor (Gino Pariani)
    Zachery Ty Bryan (Harry Keough (as Zachery Bryan))
    Jimmy Jean-Louis (Joe Gatjaens)
    Richard Jenik (Joe Maca)
    Nelson Vargas (John 'Clarkie' Souza)
    Craig Hawksley (Walter Giesler)
    Bill Smitrovich (Admiral Higgins) 

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    En 1950, les États-Unis sont invités à prendre part à la Coupe du monde de soccer au Brésil. Sans équipe officielle, les États-Unis recrutent dans le berceau du soccer américain à St-Louis, Missouri. Ils y trouvent un groupe de jeunes amis sans expérience professionnelle, mais possédant une passion dévorante pour ce sport. Contre toute attente, l’équipe américaine remporte la victoire sur l’Angleterre dans l’une des joutes les plus épiques de l’histoire.

     

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