PG | | Biography, Drama, History
Miracle tells the true story of Herb Brooks (Kurt Russell), the player-turned-coach who led the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team to victory over the seemingly invincible Russian squad.
Over 280 miles of film were shot, more than any other Disney movie.
I'll be your coach, I won't be your friend. If you need one of those, take it up with Doc or Coach Patrick.
Before the U.S.A. scores its third goal in the match vs. the U.S.S.R., Al Michaels says: "PETROV going off for slashing". And they show us a player with number 16 on the shirt. And the announcer confirms: "Soviet Union penalty to number sixteen, PETROV". Later on the scoreboard indicates, that 17 seconds are left in the penalty for the player number 16 (i.e. PETROV). But when the Americans finally tie the score Al Michaels comments: "So the Americans, just as the penalty to KRUTOV was about to expire, score to tie the game". In the real game that was indeed KRUTOV, who was penalized.
During the final Walt Disney Pictures logo, you hear Herb say, "Again," then a whistle blows and the logo goes off.
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