The Longest Yard
The Longest Yard [DVD] (1974) DVD|
Ex-pro quarterback Burt Reynolds, sent to a Florida prison for car theft, is coerced by conniving warden Eddie Albert into organizing an all-con football team to play against the guards' semi-pro squad. The result is a violent and hilarious contest you won't forget. With James Hampton, Michael Conrad. 121 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1; audio commentary by Reynolds; featurettes.
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The Longest Yard - CastBurt Reynolds ... Paul Crewe
Eddie Albert ... Warden Hazen
Ed Lauter ... Captain Knauer
Michael Conrad ... Nate Scarboro
James Hampton ... Caretaker
Harry Caesar ... Granville
John Steadman ... Pop
Charles Tyner ... Unger
Mike Henry ... Rassmeusen
Jim Nicholson ... Ice Man
Bernadette Peters ... Miss Toot
Pervis Atkins ... Mawabe
Tony Cacciotti ... Rotka
Anitra Ford ... Melissa Gaines
Michael Fox ... Announcer
Robert Aldrich... Film Director
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The Longest Yard [DVD] (1974) DVD
The Longest Yard [DVD] (2005) DVD
Riotous remake of the 1974 Burt Reynolds classic stars Adam Sandler as a washed-up NFL quarterback who lands in jail. Once inside, Sandler and fellow con Chris Rock are tapped to put together a team of inmates to take the field in a no-holds-barred game against the prison's barbaric guards. Reynolds co-stars as coach for Sandler and Rock's squad. With James Cromwell, Nelly, Nicholas Turturro, and an uncredited Courteney Cox. 113 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo Surround, French Dolby Digital stereo Surround; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; deleted scenes; extended scenes; alternate scenes; music video; more.
Football Double Feature [DVD] DVD
Two-disc set includes "The Longest Yard" (2005) and "Varsity Blues."