The Mighty Ducks

The Mighty Ducks

Director: Stephen Herek Cast: Emilio Estevez, Joss Ackland, Lane Smith

DVD (Wide Screen)

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In the tradition of such hilarious underdog sports comedies as The Bad News Bears and The Big Green comes this winning comedy for the whole family, presented on DVD courtesy of Disney Home Video. Presented in the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1, the disc also features a selection of closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround, or French Dolby Digital Surround audio tracks. Cheer on the Mighty Ducks as they rise through the ranks to the final and all-important championship game in this humorous and exciting DVD release.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/11/2000
UPC: 0717951004307
Original Release: 1992
Rating: PG
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 17,673

Special Features

French, Spanish language tracks, 2.0 Dolby Surround; 5.1 Surround; Widescreen [1.85:1]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Emilio Estevez Gordon Bombay
Joss Ackland Hans
Lane Smith Coach Reilly
Heidi Kling Casey
Josef Sommer Gerald Ducksworth
Joshua Jackson Charlie Conway
Schumacher Garth Arresting Cop
Jacqueline Kim Jane
Vincent Larusso Adam Banks
Brock Pierce Gordon-Age 10
Renee Rousselot Actor
Daniel Tamberelli Tommy
Hal Fort Atkinson Philip Banks
Shaun Weiss Goldberg
M.C. Gainey Lewis
Matt Doherty Les Averman
Brandon Adams Jesse Hall
J.D. Daniels Peter
Aaron Schwartz Dave Karp
Garette Ratliff Henson Guy Germaine
Marguerite Moreau Connie
Jane Plank Tammy
Jussie Smollett Terry Hall
Michael Ooms McGill
Casey Garven Larson
Basil McRae Himself
Michael Modano Himself
John Beasley Mr. Hall
Stephen Dowling Referee
Robert Pall Gordon's Father
John Paul Gamoke Mr. Tolbert
George Coe Judge Weathers
Dale Dunham Jury Foreman
Barbara Davidson Jeannie
Brad Peterson Cardinals Coach
John Oliver Cardinals Goal
Joe Howard Court Clerk
Scott Bryan 1st Cardinal
Peter L. Mullin Referee
Mark Bradley Science Teacher
Bill Schoppert Official
Claudia Wilkens Principal
Jack White & His All-Stars Utitity Ref
Peter Syvertsen Paramedic
Bob Miller Announcer
Elden Ratliff Fulton Reed
Steven Brill Frank Huddy

Technical Credits
Stephen Herek Director
Jon Avnet Producer
Jack Ballance Set Decoration/Design
Larry Bock Editor
Steven Brill Screenwriter
Seth Cirker Asst. Director
Martin Huberty Co-producer
Jordan Kerner Producer
John F. Link Editor
Lynn M. Morgan Co-producer
David Newman Score Composer
Grania Preston Costumes/Costume Designer
Thomas del Ruth Cinematographer
Randy Ser Production Designer
Randy Suhr Asst. Director
Jeanne Van Phue Makeup
Douglas E. Wise Asst. Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. Opening Credits/The Shot [:02]
2. Under The Influence [3:42]
3. Cutting A Deal [3:42]
4. A New Coach For District Five [2:42]
5. Coach Reilly [1:39]
6. The First Game [4:21]
7. A Lesson In Cheating [6:36]
8. An Old Friend's Wisdom [3:38]
9. Remembering When [5:39]
10. A Sincere Apology [2:56]
11. Back To Basics [3:39]
12. Big-League Slap Shot [1:46]
13. "Who's A Duck?" [5:36]
14. A Question Of Boundaries [4:16]
15. Locker Room Rebellion [2:21]
16. Ducksworth's Power Play [6:06]
17. A New Duck [2:41]
18. Big-Time Ice [1:38]
19. Winter Festival Romance [4:43]
20. The Playoffs [4:57]
21. The Championship Game [3:42]
22. The Penalty Shot [3:38]
23. A Shot At A Dream [2:28]
24. End Credits [3:06]

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The Mighty Ducks 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
a pretty good movie for kids who enjoy Hockey. a good Disney movie for kids who grew up in the 90's.
RRose More than 1 year ago
This movie is so great for families! It was a favorite of my children when they were younger, particularly my son who loves sports of any kind. We all enjoyed rooting for these poor losers, who ended up figuring out it didn't take a lot of money or prestige to win a game - just determination and encouragement from someone who cared. That someone was Emilio Estevez's character, who in the beginning was apalled at being assigned to such a task. But as he got to know the kids and saw their potential, the drive in him to achieve the seemingly impossible goal of having a winning team took over. Now this movie has become a favorite for my grandchildren as well! Good, clean movie - well worth watching!