Fictional boxing match between two of the greatest heavyweights of all time.

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Fictional boxing match between two of the greatest heavyweights of all time.

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The only two undefeated heavyweight champions in history See more »

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Drama | Fantasy | Sport

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20 January 1970 (USA)  »

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The Super Fight: Marciano vs. Ali  »

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This movie holds the record of the shortest theatrical run of any film with a general release. It was released worldwide on 20 January 1970. In accordance with the conditions laid down by the distributor, bonded guards collected all prints after a single showing and took them to be incinerated. See more »

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Edited into Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 9 (2002) See more »

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False Info by Other Poster
4 May 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The poster above me said, "For this fight, the computer used a ton of attributes for Ali and Marciano, and came up with a decision as to who would be the best fighter ever. To film this fight, they did film the two sparring, despite both fighters already being in retirement (Rocky for many more years than Ali)."

That is false. When Muhammad Ali retired, Marciano was already DEAD for years. Marciano died in 1969 at the young age of 45. Marciano and Ali shot the footage in 1968-early 1969. Aside from that, the DVD was a very good one, and I think as years go on, many, many, many boxing fans will be adding this one to their collection. I give this DVD production 5 out of 5.


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