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The Bob Mathias Story(1954)

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  • Forgotten Heroes

    • Sandra (Campbell) Smith
    • 5/18/13

    It is my belief that too many unsung heroes (American) continue not to be recognized for the great contributions they have made that have caused the United States of America to be as strong as the country it portrays. I must admit that I am quite prejudice wanting this film released on dvd because the second Olympian champ in 1952 was my brother, Milt Campbell, who recently passed away November 2, 2012. It was great seeing Milt standing next to Bob as olympian champions. Milt never got a book or a movie and I loved watching this film today, May 18, 2013, reflecting on that tremendous time in my life when Milt came home an Olympic champion twice. In 1956 he came in first place. Thank you for your time and an opportunity to provide this review.

  • a true american hero

    • george madison
    • 1/3/13

    A bio starring the subject is rare. Rarer yet, is a good one. At age 17, in 1948,, he was the Olympic decathalon gold medal winner, winning it again four years later. He was an excellent fullback at Stanford, a Marine, an actor, and a U.S. Congressman from California.The movie is innocent and delightful; a product of it's time. Strangely, it was scheduled to be shown on TCM, but never appeared and is not available for sale. What happened to it ?

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