With Don Cheadle, James Earl Jones, Michael Beach, Ronny Cox. A dramatization of the life of Earl 'The Goat' Manigault (Don Cheadle), with a lot of factual based occurrences. A reformed junkie returns from prison to clean up his act and devote the rest of his life to the young kids of Harlem. 1996 was the 25th anniversary of the first tournament named after him.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2005. Verified Purchase. This HBO original movie tells the story of street basketball legend, Earl "The Goat" Manigault. The film opens up with Lakers legend, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, stating that the greatest player he ever saw was "The Goat".
Cornbread, Earl and Me: Directed by Joseph Manduke. With Moses Gunn, Rosalind Cash, Bernie Casey, Madge Sinclair. A 12-year-old is traumatised by the murder of his friend, a star basketball player.
The movie was about a basketball player named Earl ‘The Goat’ Manigault (Don Cheadle) who became a playground legend in New York City due to his talent and athleticism. Sadly, however ...
Earl is featured in the 2012 documentary film "Doin' it in the Park" about New York City street basketball. Later years. Manigault returned to Harlem and developed a heroin addiction. He served sixteen months in prison in 1969 and 1970 for drug possession.
A film following the lives of two inner-city Chicago boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional. Director: Steve James | Stars: William Gates, Arthur Agee, Emma Gates, Curtis Gates. Votes: 24,959 | Gross: $7.83M. 94 (5) Criterion Collection.
Una dramatización de la vida de Earl Manigault 'La cabra' (Don Cheadle), con un montón de hechos basados en acontecimientos. Un drogadicto reformado vuelve...
Sandler plays a jeweler hellbent on gambling an ungodly amount of money on a Celtics game. Chaos, sex, guns, drugs ensue. Plus, Kevin Garnett as Kevin Garnett, which would've genuinely been Oscar...
An inspirational movie about the underrated basketball wizard "Pistol" Pete Maravich, largely focusing on his eighth grade development and his relationship with his father.