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Title:
D3 [videorecording (DVD)] : the Mighty Ducks

D three

Mighty Ducks
Author:
Estevez, Emilio, 1962-

Nordling, Jeffrey, 1962-

Kling, Heidi, 1962-

Ackland, Joss, 1928-

Brill, Steven.

Burnstein, Jim.

Kerner, Jordan.

Avnet, Jon, 1949-

Lieberman, Robert, 1947-

Redford, J. A. C.

Walt Disney Home Entertainment (Firm)

Walt Disney Pictures.

Avnet/Kerner Company.

Walt Disney Enterprises.
ISBN:
9780788836329
Edition:
Widescreen format.
Publication Information:
Burbank, CA : Walt Disney Home Entertainment, [2002], c1996.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (ca. 104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title, subtitle, and credits from container.

Based on characters created by Steven Brill ; story by Kenneth Johnson and Jim Burnstein.

Originally produced as a motion picture in 1996.
Abstract:
Coach Bombay announces that he won't be going with the team when they leave for a fancy private school; but their worst nightmare is still to come in the form of their new coach and the ten-time champion varsity team.
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: PG.
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Everybody's favorite underdog youth hockey team hits the ice for a third adventure in D3: The Mighty Ducks. This time out, the Ducks' improbable success under lawyer-turned-hockey player Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) has earned the group of misfits a certain degree of fame, and the entire team is given scholarships to attend Eden Hall Academy, an upscale private school with a rich and snobbish student body. The Ducks are dismayed to discover that they have a new coach, Ted Orion (Jeffrey Nordling), and they soon learn that, as freshmen, they get precious little respect from the Varsity team, and the team's melting-pot lineup makes them stick out like a sore thumb in the white, upper-class surroundings of Eden Hall. However, by the film's final reel, the Ducks will have taught their fellow classmates a lesson about teamwork and overcoming adversity. This proved to be the last film in the Mighty Ducks series, but it was followed by an animated television series that improbably turned the team into hockey stars from another dimension. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi