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Every sports fan would dream of owning a set like 30 for 30 - Film Favorites Collection from ESPN® Films! This 6-disc DVD set includes 12 popular documentaries, including The Announcement and The Two Escobars. With 1,158 minutes of thrilling, non-stop action, this amazing collection puts you directly on the sidelines.
- 6-disc DVD set with 12 documentaries
- Includes most popular docs from ESPN® Films' 30 for 30 series
- Running Time: 1,158 minutes
- Street Date: September 25, 2012
- Officially licensed
- Made in USA
- The Announcement: Magic Johnson's announcement that he is HIV positive stunned the world; directed by Nelson George
- The Best That Never Was: Marcus Dupree's short-lived, problematic football career; directed by Jonathan Hock
- Catching Hell: Explores scapegoating in sports through Steve Bartman's incident and Bill Buckner's fateful error; directed by Alex Gibney
- The Fab Five: Documents one of the most famous college basketball teams in history, the University of Michigan in 1991; directed by Jason Hehir
- The Marinovich Project: The story of the rise and fall of football's Todd Marinovich; directed by John Dorsey and Andrew Stephan
- Once Brothers: Croatia's Drazen Petrovic and Serbia's Vlade Divac grew up sharing their love of basketball until war got in the way; directed by Michael Tolajian and narrated by Divac
- The Real Rocky: The story behind Chuck Wepner, the man who inspired the movie; directed by Jeff Feuerzeig
- The Two Escobars: The story of the combination of crime, sports, and nationalism in 1990s Colombia; directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist
- The U: The story of how the Miami Hurricanes changed the attitude and rules of the game; directed by Billy Corben
- Unguarded: Chris Herren lost the opportunity to play for the Boston Celtics to an addiction that nearly killed him; directed by Jonathan Hock
- June 17, 1994: A day in history no sports fan could ever forget; directed by Brett Morgen
- Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks: With moments to go in Game 1 of the 1995 NBA Semifinals, Miller scored 8 points in 8.9 seconds to give the Pacers an unbelievable victory; directed by Dan Klores