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Manchester United: The Official History 1878-2002 (2002)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Sport  |  21 October 2002 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Arthur Albiston ...
Himself (1984 European Cup-Winners Cup Quarter-Final) (archive footage)
Viv Anderson ...
Himself (Full-back 1987-91)
Ron Atkinson ...
Himself (Manager 1981-86)
Gordon Banks ...
Himself (1963 FA Cup Final) (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Mario Basler ...
Himself (1999 Champions League Final) (archive footage)
Cliff Bastin ...
Himself (1937 Arsenal v Man Utd) (archive footage)
Himself (Midfield 1991-)
Emma Bell ...
Francis Benali ...
Himself (1994 Man Utd v Southampton) (archive footage)
Dennis Bergkamp ...
Himself (1999 FA Cup Final) (archive footage)
George Best ...
Himself (Forward 1961-74)
Jackie Blanchflower ...
Himself (archive footage)
Jesper Blomqvist ...
Himself (1994 IFK Gothenburg v Man Utd) (archive footage)
Steve Bruce ...
Himself (Centre-half 1987-96)


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Spot on Daniel
23 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Donohue has it completely right. A fantastic filming feast for the Man U freak. Bryan Robson's marriage on the pitch was all the more poignant for the late appearance of Duncan Edwards as best man, replacing the clearly nervy Nobby Stiles. And who could blame Nobby on such an occasion, being only seventeen? Luckily, elder statesmen Beckham and Rooney were there to lend solace to boy wonder Cantona, French schoolboy and survivor of the Paris Commune who, as a veteran of Le Maquis, was the brightest of the Busby Babes, Ferguson's Northern Premier League conquerers of 2003. Cantona, of course, had received a poor reception during a poetry reading from fans of home town rivals the LA Lakers. Drinking Chocolate? I should coco. A must!

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