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This movie describes the founding of the modern Olympics and concentrates on the creation of the American team and their trials in getting to the Olympics in Athens.
"The First Olympics: Athens 1896": To be released today on DVD, this largely forgotten but engaging six-hour NBC miniseries from 1984 focuses primarily on the formation and performance of the U.S. team in the reborn Olympic Games in Athens, with side stories on athletes from Australia and Greece. David Caruso co-stars as Irish-American triple jumper James Connolly.
The First Olympics: Athens 1896: Three stars out of five - Originally broadcast in 1986, this rather U.S.-centric look at the rebirth of the Olympic Games definitely wears its era with Vaseline-lensed flair, but that's not an altogether bad thing. The `80s marked the heyday of the TV miniseries and this two-disc set takes the viewer on a four-hour Odyssey into the past, when Baron Pierre de Coubertin (Louis Jourdan) decides it's time to reignite the Olympic flame. From that point on, it's a multi-pronged narrative about the individual athletes and their path to glory. Angela Lansbury, Honor Blackman, David Ogden Stiers and a young David Caruso head the ensemble cast and bring some energy to a by-the-numbers script that hits the points on the timeline but lacks any sense of genuine depth. DVD features include digitally remastered content and more.