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Return of the Thundering Herd: The Story That Inspired 'We Are Marshall' (2006)

Video  -  Documentary  -  7 December 2006 (USA)
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This documentary contains the only interview Terry Gardner gave regarding his last second game winning touchdown reception. Shortly after, Mr. Gardner passed away during the production of this documentary. See more »

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7 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Return of the Thundering Herd (2006)

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Documentary about the 1970 Marshall football team that died in a plane crash. I didn't realize this while watching We Are Marshall but this was the very first time that any athletic squad at the university had ever taken a plane and wouldn't you know that it would crash. I'm really not sure why this story has hit me so hard but once again I found myself getting really sad watching this thing. Perhaps it's because I played sports when I was younger so the idea of losing an entire team is something I can think about. The documentary runs 45 minutes and is basically a warm up for the film but it does a nice job at telling the story, which is more unbelievable than anything Hollywood could have written on their own.


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