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Sail to Glory (1967)

| Sport | 1967 (USA)
In 1851, a New York schooner-yacht named America defeated a fleet of British yachts and won the coveted trophy that became the America's Cup.

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Edmund Ashley ...
Sir Wm Bates
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James Cox Stevens
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Sir Henry Bryon
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George Schugler
Kevin Couglin ...
Tom Norcross
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W. H. Brown
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George Steers
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Capt. Dick Brown
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The beginning of America's Cup competition is brought to life in this 1967 dramatization of the first race off Cowes, England. Designer George Steers produces a radical design based on the pilot schooners of New England and builder W. H. Brown makes Steers' dream become a reality in a fast, sleek yacht named "America." The young, brash New York Yacht Club issues a challenge to the proud British yachtsman, which is accepted. The film shows the exciting race and "America's" victory over a fleet of British yachts to win the trophy that, to this day, bears its name - the America's Cup. Written by blackhawk66

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