• Drama
  • Rated: G,S,PG,B,T,L,6
  • Director: James Gartner, James Garner
  • Writer: Christopher Cleveland, Bettina Gilois
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Glory Road is a 2006 American sports drama film directed by James Gartner, based on a true story surrounding the events leading to the 1966 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship. Don Haskins portrayed by Josh Lucas, head coach of Texas Western College, coached a team with an all-black starting lineup, a first in NCAA history. Glory Road explores racism, discrimination, and student athletics. Supporting actors Jon Voight and Derek Luke also star in principal roles. The film was a co-production between the motion picture studios of Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Texas Western Productions, and Glory Road Productions. It was commercially distributed by Buena Vista Pictures theatrically and by the Buena Vista Home Entertainment division for the video rental market. It premiered in theaters nationwide in the United States on January 13, 2006, grossing $42,938,449 in box office business. Glory Road was nominated for a number of awards including the Humanitas Prize; the film won the 2006 ESPY Award for Best Sports Movie. The film presently holds a 55% score on Rotten Tomatoes and a rating of "mixed or average" from Metacritic. On January 10, 2006, the original motion picture soundtrack was released by the Hollywood Records music label. The soundtrack was composed and orchestrated by musician Trevor Rabin. The film's widescreen DVD edition, featuring theatrical trailers, extended interviews with players and colleagues of coach Haskins, and deleted scenes, among other highlights, was released in the U.S. on June 6, 2006.
  • Drama
  • Rated: G,S,PG,B,T,L,6
  • Director: James Gartner, James Garner
  • Writer: Christopher Cleveland, Bettina Gilois

  • Joshua Lucas
    Derek Luke
    Austin Nichols
    Jon Voight
    Evan Jones
    Schin A.S. Kerr
    Alphonso Mcauley
    Mehcad Brooks
    Sam Jones Iii
    Damaine Radcliff
    Emily Deschanel
    Al Shearer
    James Aaron
    Patrick Blanchard
    Wes Brown

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  • Drama
  • Rated: G,S,PG,B,T,L,6
  • Director: James Gartner, James Garner
  • Writer: Christopher Cleveland, Bettina Gilois
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Glory Road is a 2006 American sports drama film directed by James Gartner, based on a true story surrounding the events leading to the 1966 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship. Don Haskins portrayed by Josh Lucas, head coach of Texas Western College, coached a team with an all-black starting lineup, a first in NCAA history. Glory Road explores racism, discrimination, and student athletics. Supporting actors Jon Voight and Derek Luke also star in principal roles. The film was a co-production between the motion picture studios of Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Texas Western Productions, and Glory Road Productions. It was commercially distributed by Buena Vista Pictures theatrically and by the Buena Vista Home Entertainment division for the video rental market. It premiered in theaters nationwide in the United States on January 13, 2006, grossing $42,938,449 in box office business. Glory Road was nominated for a number of awards including the Humanitas Prize; the film won the 2006 ESPY Award for Best Sports Movie. The film presently holds a 55% score on Rotten Tomatoes and a rating of "mixed or average" from Metacritic. On January 10, 2006, the original motion picture soundtrack was released by the Hollywood Records music label. The soundtrack was composed and orchestrated by musician Trevor Rabin. The film's widescreen DVD edition, featuring theatrical trailers, extended interviews with players and colleagues of coach Haskins, and deleted scenes, among other highlights, was released in the U.S. on June 6, 2006.

Starring
  • Joshua Lucas
    Derek Luke
    Austin Nichols
    Jon Voight
    Evan Jones
    Schin A.S. Kerr
    Alphonso Mcauley
    Mehcad Brooks
    Sam Jones Iii
    Damaine Radcliff
    Emily Deschanel
    Al Shearer
    James Aaron
    Patrick Blanchard
    Wes Brown