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Ali-Frazier I: One Nation... Divisible ()


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A look at the events leading up to and including the legendary March 1971 bout between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. The film also looks at the political and social factors that helped to... See more »

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Written by

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Dave Anderson ... ()

Produced by

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Kirby Bradley ... coordinating producer
Jonathan Crystal ... co-producer
Ross Greenburg ... executive producer
Joe Lavine ... producer
Christine Wilt ... assistant producer
Anita Womack ... associate producer

Music by

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Brian Keane

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Dasal Banks
Michael DeMita ... (as Mike Demita)
Adam Goldberg
Chuck Goslin
Todd Kolich
Per Larsson
Joe Lipari
Kevin McCafferty
G. John Slagle
Michael Tracey
Michael K. Bucher ... (uncredited)
Christopher Landy ... (uncredited)

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Pierre Kahn

Editorial Department

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Charles Marsella ... on-line editor

Production Management

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Michael Davies ... production supervisor
Holly Peterman ... production manager

Art Department

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Terri Finaro ... graphic artist
Daniel Rubin ... graphic artist

Sound Department

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John Wiggins ... sound designer

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William B. Lawrence ... additional photographer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Jeff Frez-Albrecht ... music editor/music engineer
Michael Halatyn ... music clearances

Other crew

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Vinnie Cintolo ... production secretary
John Filo ... photos
Mary Healy ... clearances
Sam Psoras ... photos
Max Segal ... footage clearances
Florence Zissler ... production secretary

Thanks

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Kathleen Antion ... special thanks
Ellen Citron ... special thanks
Pat Dellamura ... special thanks
Kathy Gatto ... special thanks
Mack Hill ... special thanks
Hillary Kahn ... special thanks
Jeff Rosen ... special thanks
Nelson Santiago ... special thanks
Wendy Turnbull ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

A look at the events leading up to and including the legendary March 1971 bout between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. The film also looks at the political and social factors that helped to make this fight more than just an ordinary boxing match between two of the greatest heavyweight champions that ever lived as Ali was a symbol for liberals, militant blacks and hippies and Frazier was a symbol for the more conservative elements for society. Written by Brian Washington

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Also Known As
  • Ali-Frazier I: One Nation... Divisible (United States)
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  • 58 min
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Did You Know?

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