In 1966, Texas Western coach Don Haskins led the first all-black starting line-up for a college basketball team to the NCAA national championship.
|乔什·卢卡斯 (Josh Lucas)||饰||Don Haskins|
|德里克·卢克 (Derek Luke)||饰||Bobby Joe Hill|
|奥斯汀·尼可斯 (Austin Nichols)||饰||Jerry Armstrong|
|强·沃特 (Jon Voight)||饰||Adolph Rupp|
|伊万·琼斯 (Evan Jones)||饰||Moe Iba|
This synopsis is too short. Please add to it."Glory Road" was inspired by a true story of Texas Western's Coach Don Haskins (Josh Lucas), who led the first all-black starting lineup team to the 1966 NCAA national basketball championship title. Coach Haskins has a lot going against him: first, Texas Western has a poor basketball program, and second, he cannot recruit good white players to the team. Coach Haskins goes to Northern cities to recruit talented black players from the streets to play for his team. The black players must adjust to his coaching, and not play street basketball. Coach Has…
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|出品公司||Texas Western Productions|
|Glory Road Productions|
|杰瑞·布鲁克海默电影公司 (in association with)|
|发行公司||Buena Vista Home Entertainment (2006) (DVD) (Japan)|
|Buena Vista Home Entertainment (2006) (DVD) (Brazil)|
|Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2007) (DVD) (Japan)|
|Buena Vista Home Entertainment (2006) (DVD) (Netherlands)|
|首映票房（美国）||$13,594,734, 15 January 2006|
- During the National Championship game against Kentucky, the 3-point shooting rule is not present. This is historically accurate. The first time the NCAA experimented with the shot was 1945. The 3-point shot became popular during the 1967-68 American Basketball Association season. It was not used by the NCAA until 1986. The NBA adopted the shot during the 1979-80 season.
- Prosthetic ears, cheeks, and nose was added to 强·沃特 to make his angular face more rounded like Coach Adolph Rupp.
- 乔什·卢卡斯 gained forty-three pounds to play Coach Don Haskins.