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In 1971, the citizens of Alexandria, Virginia were already angry at the forced racial integration in their high school, but when the job of football coach goes to an African-American (Denzel Washington), it's the last straw. However, under his leadership the newly-formed team learns to tackle prejudice and help the town win the fight against intolerance.
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Remember The Titans is rated PG for thematic elements and some language
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DVD Release Date: 14 March 2006
Director Boaz Yakin takes this opportunity to show audiences Remember The Titans, the way he envisioned it. In this DVD re-release, a few previously deleted scenes have been added to the popular family movie from 2000. Although minor embellishments, they include a brief meeting with Yoast’s ex-wife, and the football team pulling rank on a restaurant owner who refuses to serve colored people. The disc also boasts three featurettes: Denzel Becomes Boone, Beating the Odds, and Remember the Titians: An Inspirational Journey Behind the Scenes—hosted by pro football legend Lynn Swann. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound) and French, with subtitles in French and Spanish.