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Synopsis

Hollywood filmmaker Michael Tollin directs the sports drama Radio, based on a true story and adapted for the screen by Mike Rich (The Rookie). Set in a small South Carolina town during the '60s, the film stars Ed Harris as Harold Jones, a high school football coach who barely has time to spend with his daughter, Mary Helen (Sarah Drew), or his wife, Linda (Debra Winger). When Coach Jones meets the mentally challenged student who goes by the name of Radio (Cuba Gooding Jr.), he allows him to help out with his football team. While the townsfolk just aren't sure about Radio hanging around the team, the star player Johnny Clay (Riley Smith) is downright mean about it. Nevertheless, Radio continues to support the team for the next three decades. Also starring Alfre Woodard as the principal. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

Chapter List

Side #1 --
1. Start [:23]
2. Coach Harold James [3:10]
3. James Robert Kennedy [2:19]
4. Terrified [1:59]
5. Principal Daniels [3:18]
6. Punishment of the Nine [2:31]
7. The Yellow Jackets [3:16]
8. The Post-Game Show [2:51]
9. Radio [4:37]
10. The Kennedy Home [1:36]
11. The New Team Mascot [3:28]
12. "Rubberband Man" [1:38]
13. A Little Slower Than Most [2:04]
14. Principal Concern [2:32]
15. Unsportsmanlike Conduct [4:47]
16. A Great Comeback [:06]
17. A Disgruntled Booster [2:57]
18. Mr. Tucker [2:42]
19. Christmas Spirit [6:55]
20. Under Arrest [3:42]
21. The Girls' Locker Room Incident [6:48]
22. A Death in the Family [7:09]
23. Why He's Doing What He's Doing [6:04]
24. The Bottom Line [4:14]
25. Welcome Back, Johnny [3:42]
26. Setting His Priorities Straight [4:09]
27. Graduation Day [8:31]
28. 26 Years Later [5:45]

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