SummaryJune 17, 1994 was a day filled with meaningful sports events: Arnold Palmer played his last round at a U.S. Open in Oakmont, Pa., the FIFA World Cup kicked off in Chicago, the Rangers celebrated winning the Stanley Cup, Patrick Ewing pursued a long evasive NBA championship, and there were developments in the MLB players' strike. And yet, all of those events took a backseat to a slow speed chase of O.J. Simpson in a white Ford Bronco around Los Angeles.
Simpson, O. J.,
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|Publisher|| [Bristol, Conn.?] : Owensboro, KY :ESPN Home Entertainment ;2010
Distributed by Team Marketing,
|Other Titles|| 30 for 30 (Television program)
June seventeenth, 1994
ESPN Films (Firm)
Public Road Productions.
ESPN Home Entertainment.
Team Marketing (Firm)
Edited by Andy Grieve; music by Jeff Danna, Fletcher Beasley.
TV Parental Guidelines Rating: TV-PG.
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on television as part of the series: 30 for 30.
Container incorrectly states "standard version" presentation.
Bonus features: Director's statements; Up close with O.J. Simpson; Karl Ravech recalls June 17th, 1994; Ranger fans celebrate.
DVD; region 1; widescreen presentation.
1 videodisc (51 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.