Part P.T. Barnum, part Billy Graham, his vision transformed shopping in America and made him one of the world's richest men. Sam Walton started life out as a poor depression era baby in Oklahoma's dust bowl. He became the richest man in the nation, single-handedly building his chain of Wal-Mart stores into the world's largest retailer. See how Sam built his empire from a single store to a global chain in less than thirty years, sneaking up on established names like Sears and K-Mart and passing them by before they could adjust to his challenge.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Originally broadcast on the television program, Biography.
Camera, Bruce Kissal ... [et al.] ; editor, Dina Potocki ; music, Charlie Sandage.
Narrator: Jack Perkins ; interviews with: John Huey, Helen Walton, Frank Robson, Elmer "Bud" Hewitt, F. Robson Walton, Richard Tedlow, Don Soderquist, Loretta Boss Parker, Bob Clark, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Austin Teutsch.
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital.
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