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Title:
Slap shot 2 breaking the ice
Author:
French, Ron.
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Universal City, CA : Universal, [2002]

©2001
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Minor league hockey team Charlestown Chiefs are still languishing in West Virginia. There is no controlling their violence which is the hallmark of the team. But a new (female) coach is brought in once the team is bought by a corporation run by a corrupt executive who intends to use the Chiefs as hapless foils who have choreographed antics, guaranteed losses, and inept, non-violent play against a team of arrogant Ivy Leaguers.
General Note:
Widescreen version (1.85:1)

Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.

Special features: behind-the-scenes featurette "Behind the glass" with hilarious interviews of the Hanson Brothers; production notes; making of "Slap shot 2".

Closed-captioned.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: R.
ISBN:
9780783261799
UPC:
025192145629
Format :
DVD

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It's been 25 years and the minor league hockey team Charlestown Chiefs are still languishing in West Virginia. Player/coach Sean Linden (Stephen Baldwin) has taken the reins from Reggie Dunlop, but he's given up trying to control the "old school hockey" trio of the Hanson brothers (Jeff Carlson, Steve Carlson, and David Hanson), and their violence is the hallmark of the Chiefs -- they even attack the opposing team's costumed mascots. But a new (female) coach (Jessica Steen) is brought in once the team is bought by an exceedingly wholesome corporation run by corrupt executive Dean Claremont (Gary Busey) who intends to use the Chiefs as the hapless foils for the shiny new IceBreakers, hockey's version of the comic Harlem Globetrotters, with choreographed antics, guaranteed losses, and inept, non-violent play against a team of arrogant Ivy Leaguers. Can the Chiefs swallow their pride and actually go along with the scheme, or will their hockey instincts take over on the ice before a vast TV audience? ~ Buzz McClain, Rovi


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