The other side of victory. No. 4

Title
The other side of victory. No. 4 / hosted by Arthur Ashe ; executive producer, Robert W. Dockery, Jr. ; producer, Stafford U. Bailey ; writer, Michael J. Schoor.
Publication
Burbank, CA : Syndicate It, c1989.

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Found In
Arthur Ashe archive, 1959-2003.
Description
1 videocassette (VHS) (28 min.) : sd., col. SP; 1/2 in.
Uniform Title
Other side of victory (Television program)
Alternative Title
Arthur Ashe Audiovisual Collection.
Genre/Form
Sports television programs.
Note
  • A television program that profiles the personal and professional lives of athletes and their related sports industries.
Biography (note)
  • Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr. (July 10, 1943-- February 6, 1993) was a professional tennis player, born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. During his career, he won three Grand Slam titles, putting him among the best ever from the U.S. Ashe, an African American, is also remembered for his efforts to further social causes. Ashe died from complications from AIDS on February 6, 1993.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of Arthur Ashe archive, 1959-2003.
Call Number
Sc Visual VRA-637
Title
The other side of victory. No. 4 / hosted by Arthur Ashe ; executive producer, Robert W. Dockery, Jr. ; producer, Stafford U. Bailey ; writer, Michael J. Schoor.
Imprint
Burbank, CA : Syndicate It, c1989.
Summary
Profiles Tyrone "Mugsy" Bogues and Anthony "Spud" Webb, two basketball players who succeeded in the NBA despite their shorter than average stature.
Biography
Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr. (July 10, 1943-- February 6, 1993) was a professional tennis player, born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. During his career, he won three Grand Slam titles, putting him among the best ever from the U.S. Ashe, an African American, is also remembered for his efforts to further social causes. Ashe died from complications from AIDS on February 6, 1993.
Linking Entry
Forms part of Arthur Ashe archive, 1959-2003.
Added Author
Ashe, Arthur.
Webb, Spud. Interviewee
Bogues, Tyrone, 1965- Interviewee
Moutoussamy-Ashe, Jeanne, 1951- NN-SCL
Added Title
Arthur Ashe Audiovisual Collection.
Found In:
Arthur Ashe archive, 1959-2003.
Research Call Number
Sc Visual VRA-637
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