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Purchased this DVD for my son for Christmas and he LOVED it. He had requested any more that come out and we are happy to support ESPN. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Sue Guzman
Great gift for a sports lover. Really well done documentaries.Published 1 month ago by Moriah Mercereau
Great look at not only the great 84-85 MSU teams but also the incredibly dichotomous and tense relationship between Clark and Palmeiro. Five stars.Published 2 months ago by condorbr9
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They tried to cover both Sachin as individual and Indian Cricket Team while showing India as whole at same time. Read more
I never watch sporting events but love ESPN films. Their stories are neatly packaged and well-done as they show the universal but unique struggles of athletes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy Mitchell
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|any subtitles or closed capiton?||
Did you ever find out if the ESPN 30 for 30 has closed captions?
May 1, 2012 by Charlie Whelton | See all 2 posts
|30 for 30 on Blu Ray???||
I emailed ESPN customer care last night, and this was the response I got:
Thanks for contacting ESPN.
Currently there have been no announcements made regarding the release of ESPN films 30 for 30 on Blu Ray.
ESPN Viewer Response
Dec 8, 2010 by zutronics | See all 7 posts
No idea about Vol 2 DVD set release. As for the unreleased episodes, films under the 30 for 30 banner will continue on in future years, but with only about 4-5 films a year. 3 films that have been filmed but didn't air, including Alex Gibney's doc on Steve Bartman, will air in 2011.
Dec 16, 2010 by Bradley J. Moore | See all 4 posts
It's available at walmart.com for $45.96 and guaranteed December 24th delivery. But that's only if you feel like supporting the evil conglomorate of Wally World.
Dec 13, 2010 by Steven Krska | See all 11 posts
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