1 love [DVD videorecording] / Spyglass Entertainment presents a Barber/Birnbaum production in association with New Urban Entertainment, a film by Leon Gast ; produced by Brian Gersh, Kip Konwiser, Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum ; produced and directed by Leon Gast.
Contributor(s): Gersh, Brian | Konwiser, Kip | Barber, Gary | Birnbaum, Roger | Gast, Leon | Jackson, Phil | Rosen, Charles | Hammond, Joe | Iverson, Allen | Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem | Archibald, Nate | Berger, Seth | Blige, Mary J | Brown, Hubie | Brown, Larry | Bryant, Kobe | Carnessecca, Lou | Coleman, Mel | Hurwitz, Tom | Day, Lisa | Miller, Marcus | Spyglass Entertainment (Firm) | New Urban Entertainment (Firm) | Paramount Pictures Corporation.Material type: FilmPublisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount, , c2002Description: 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 0792195817.Other title: One love [DVD videorecording].Subject(s): Basketball players -- United States | Basketball -- United StatesGenre/Form: Feature films. | Documentary films. | DVDs for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 796.323/0973
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DVD, Region 1, widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital.
Phil Jackson, Charley Rosen, Joe Hammond, Allen Iverson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nate Archibald, Seth Berger, Mary J. Blige, Hubie Brown, Larry Brown, Kobe Bryant, Lou Carnessecca, Mel Coleman.
Director of photography, Tom Hurwitz ; narrator, Charley Rosen ; editor, Lisa Day ; music composer, Marcus Miller.
Originally released as a documentary in 2002.
Based upon the original idea by Kip Konweiser.
MPAA rating: PG; for some language and thematic material.
A comprehensive documentary about the mingling of cultural and social influences that have made basketball what it is today. Appropriate credit goes to the game's official inventor, Dr. James Naismith. Also explores the YMCA's early role as a "pipeline for spreading basketball over the world". Pays tribute to the old Knickerbockers and Philadelphia Warriors legends, among others, who comprise today's basketball fraternity. It also digs deep into the impact of Harlem's early precision players on the game's vitality and international popularity.