|Rollerball [DVD] (1975) DVD|
The most popular sport in the 21st century is Rollerball--a gory combination of roller derby and gladiator combat played with motorcycles. James Caan stars as the battle-scarred veteran. Ralph Richardson, Maud Adams; directed by Norman Jewison. 125 min. Standard and Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital stereo Surround; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; audio commentary; featurette.
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Rollerball - CastJames Caan ... Jonathan E
John Houseman ... Bartholomew
Maud Adams ... Ella
John Beck ... Moonpie
Moses Gunn ... Cletus
Pamela Hensley ... Mackie
Barbara Trentham ... Daphne
John Normington ... Executive
Shane Rimmer ... Rusty, Team Executive
Burt Kwouk ... Japanese Doctor
Nancy Bleier ... Girl in Library
Richard LeParmentier ... Bartholomew's Aide
Robert Ito ... Strategy Coach for Houston Team
Ralph Richardson ... Librarian
Norman Jewison... Film Director
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Rollerball [DVD] (1975) DVD
Rollerball [DVD] (2002) DVD
This reworking of 1975's futuristic fave stars Chris Klein as a hockey player wannabe recruited by pal LL Cool J to take part in the title sport, an ultra-violent mix of roller derby, jai alai and motocross that is played in Kazakhstan and broadcast worldwide. But when a North American cable deal is pending, sleazy league owner Jean Reno makes sure things get bloodier--and, potentially, deadlier--during the matches. With Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, Naveen Andrews. R-rated version; 110 min. Standard and Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; featurette; audio commentary.
Rollerball (1975)/Rollerball (2002) [DVD] DVD
Two-disc set includes the 1975 and 2002 versions of "Rollerball."