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16 Days of Glory (1986)





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Originally released to theaters, the 145-minute documentary 16 Days of Glory is comprised of footage recorded by 18 separate cameras during the XXIII Olympiad in Los Angeles. Highlights include the opening-day ceremonies of July 28, 1984; the inspiring story of Englishman Dave Moorcroft, who set the 5000-meter run world record in 1982; and the emergence of 16-year-old gymnast Mary Lou Retton. Covered events range from swimming to judo, offering well-intentioned sidebars detailing the triumphs and tribulations of the various participants.

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For anybody who enjoys watching sports and even for many who couldn't care less, ''16 Days of Glory'' is filled with stirring moments.

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