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Without Limits
1998
Director:  Robert Towne
A fictionalized account of Steve Prefontaine, a distance runner, who took the sport into a new era.
 
Prefontaine
1996
Director:  Steve James
A biography of Steve Prefontaine, the cocky but talented runner who broke every American record for distances between 2,000 and 10,000 meters.




 
Fire on the Track
1995
Directors:  Ken Kesey, Frank Shorter
The story of Steve Prefontaine, as told through rare footage and the memories of those who knew him best - his teammates, coaches, family and friends. Interviews include David Bedford, Frank Shorter, Ian Stewart, Bill Bowerman, Jeff Galloway, Dick Buerkle, Lasse Viren, Dana Carvey, Mac Wilkins, Kenny Moore, Dave Wottle, Alberto Salazar, and many more.

 
Munich
2006
Director:   Steven Spielberg
It's the 1972 Olympics and PLO terrorists have just kidnapped and murdered 11 Israeli athletes. After the tragic incident is over and several of the terrorists have gone free, the Israeli government of Golda Meir recruits Avner to lead a team of undercover agents to hunt down those responsible throughout Europe, and eliminate them one-by-one.

 
One day in September
VHS
DVD
2001
Director:  Kevin Macdonald
This is the shocking and incredibly true story of the brutal massacre of 11 Israeli athletes by a team of extreme Palestinian terrorists during the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany. From terrorist training in Libya to the terrorists sneaking into the Olympic Village to the tension-filled negotiations to the shocking conclusion at a German airport. Told with actual video shot during the crisis.
 
Fire on the Mountain
1995
Directors:  Beth Gage, George Gage
The goal was clear: defeat the Nazis who were entrenched high in the snowy mountains of Italy. Drawing together an elite group of champion skiers, mountain climbers and European mountaineers, the U.S. Army created the 10th Mountain Division, America's only mountain and winter warfare fighting unit. From the intensive training atop the Colorado Rockies to the spectacular night climb of Italy's Riva Ridge-where the 10th scored their biggest victory against Hitler's troops-Fire on the Mountain tells the thrilling story of these rugged, courageous men in all their glory.
 
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