Gale Sayers joins the Chicago Bears and is befriended by Brian Piccolo, an over-achieving running back. Although they compete for the same spot on the team, and despite the fact that Sayers is black and Piccolo white, they become roommates on the road and very close friends, especially when Sayers is injured and Piccolo helps his recovery. Later, they and their wives must both deal with the harsh reality of Piccolo's cancer. Written by
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An inspiring true story of friendship and courage.
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After its successful TV broadcast on ABC, it was released theatrically. See more
When Piccolo is in the hospital and gets the pizza, the position of the Brown Derby can changes. See more
Piccolo, you bone-headed spaghetti eater, that was Fake Draw Screen Right. What the hell do you do on Fake Draw Screen Right?
Referenced in That '70s Show: Water Tower
Written and Performed by Michel Legrand
Et Son Orchestre
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