Leon Gast


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Leon Gast is a director and producer, known for When We Were Kings (1996), Smash His Camera (2010) and The Trials of Muhammad Ali (2013). See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 11 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »

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(1996)
Smash His Camera Director
(2010)
Independent Lens Producer
(2014)

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 2015 Sporting Dreams (Documentary)
 2014/I Manny (Documentary)
 2010 Smash His Camera (Documentary)
 2004 Jumpshot (Video documentary)
 2003 1 Love (Documentary)
 1996 When We Were Kings (Documentary)
 1989 Celia Cruz: Guantanamera (Video documentary)
 1983 Hells Angels Forever (Documentary)
 1976 Salsa (Documentary)
 1974 B.B. King: Live in Africa (Documentary short)
 1972 Our Latin Thing (Documentary)
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Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
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Show Show Self (9 credits)

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I believe, in the truest sense of the word, that Muhammad Ali is a hero. His presence explodes off the screen. He is a hero in comparison with the so-called icons of today. All athletes today are looking for is a good endorsement deal. There are so few real heroes. Is there anyone that you can really look up to?

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