Once in a lifetime the extraordinary story of the New York Cosmos
Once in a lifetime [videorecording] : the extraordinary story of the New York Cosmos / [presented by] Miramax Films and GreeneStreet Films ... in association with ESPN Original Entertainment ; a Passion Pictures and GreeneStreet Films production in association with Cactus Three ; producers, Fisher Stevens, Tim Williams ; producer John Batisek ; story by Mark Monroe, John Dower ; written by Mark Monroe ; directed by Paul Crowder and John Dower.
Burbank, CA : Miramax Home Entertainment : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 
1 videodisc (ca. 97 min.) : sd., col. with b&w segments ; 4 3/4 in.
The rise and fall of the New York Cosmos, America's first great soccer team, and its larger-than-life superstar, Pelé. The Cosmos kicked off America's first love affair with the world's most popular sport in the 1970s.
Title from container.
Special features: Game highlights [of] 1980 Soccer Bowl: Cosmos vs. Ft. Laudedale Strikers [and] 1981 Soccer Bowl: Cosmos vs. Chicago Sting; Pelé's farewell game; Deleted scenes; Stories of Pelé, SportsCentury interviews.
Editor, Paul Crowder.
Narrator, Matt Dillon; commentary, Marv Albert, Carlos Alberto, Franz Beckenbauer, Giorgio Chinaglia, Johan Cruyff, Ahmet Ertegun, Mia Hamm, Steve Hunt, Mario Mariani, Pelé.
DVD, region 1, widescreen (1.85:1), enhanced for 16x9 TVs; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
Consensus: You don't have to be a soccer fan to enjoy this stylish, breezy slice of 1970s sports history.
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