Joe and Max (2002)





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In the 1930s and '40s, the rivalry between Joe Louis and Max Schmeling was one of the greatest in the history of professional boxing. Louis was one of the first African-Americans to win the Heavyweight championship, and he was a great symbol of hope and achievement for blacks before the advent of the Civil Rights Movement, while Schmeling was a German who many Nazi supporters cited as an example of the innate superiority of the Aryan race. However, what few people knew is that despite their … More

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Drama, Television
Directed By: , , , , , , , , , ,
Written By: Jason Horwitch
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 14, 2003
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment



as Max Schmeling

as Joe Louis

as Jack Blackburn

as Anny Ondra

as Joe Jacobs

as John Roxborough

as John Roxborough

as Mike Jacobs

as Jim Farley

as Max Machon

as Laurence Paulson

as David Lewin

as Adolf Hitler

as Jack Dempsey

as Jimmy Braddock

as Paolino Uzcudun

as George Grosz

as General

as Harlem Preacher

as Hotel Manager

as Beat Writer

as Boxing Official

as Ring Announcer

as Radio announcer

as Braddock's Manager

as Rocky Marciano

as Jersey Joe Walcott

as Heinrich Mann

as Bar Back Man

as Reporter

as Reporter

as Gestapo Lieutenant
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Good movie for a low budget film...of course I enjoy movies about boxing AND Nazi Germany, so that helped quite alot.

Cynthia S.

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