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30 For 30 Volume 2 On DVD November 24

For the first time ever, this 12-disc set includes ALL 30 FILMS from the second volume of the series in one complete set on DVD November 24, 2015.

ESPN Films presents 30 for 30 Volume 2 of the Emmy-winning documentary film series. This collection includes some of the highest rated and most talked about films in the series, including Broke, I Hate Christian Laettner, and Bad Boys. Featured sport figures include, Dennis Rodman, Isiah Thomas, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Bo Jackson, Jimmy Connors, Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding to name a few.


Broke (dir. Billy Corben)

9.79* (dir. Daniel Gordon)

There’s No Place Like Home (dirs. Maura Mandt & Josh Swade)

Benji (dirs. Coodie & Chike)

Ghosts of Ole Miss (dir. Fritz Mitchell)

You Don’t Know Bo (dir. Michael Bonfiglio)

Survive and Advance (dir. Jonathan Hock)

Elway to Marino (dirs. Ken Rodgers & NFL Films)

Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau (dir. Sam George)

Free Spirits (dir. Daniel H. Forer)

No Más (dir. Eric Drath)

Big Shot (dir. Kevin Connolly)

This Is What They Want (dir. Brian Koppelman & David Levien)

Bernie and Ernie (dir. Jason Hehir)

Youngstown Boys (dir. Jeff Zimbalist & Michael Zimbalist)

The Price of Gold (dir. Nanette Burstein)

Requiem for the Big East (dir. Ezra Edelman)

Bad Boys (dir. Zak Levitt)

Slaying The Badger (dir. John Dower)

Playing For The Mob (dirs. Joe Lavine & Cayman Grant)

The Day The Series Stopped (dir. Ryan Fleck)

When The Garden Was Eden (dir. Michael Rapaport)

Brian and the Boz (dir. Thaddeus D. Matula)

Brothers in Exile (dir. Mario Diaz)

Rand University (dir. Marquis Daisy)

The U Part 2 (dir. Billy Corben)

Of Miracles and Men (dir. Jonathan Hock)

I Hate Christian Laettner (dir. Rory Karpf)

Sole Man (dir. Jon Weinbach & Dan Marks)

Angry Sky (dir. Jeff Tremaine)

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