Chariots Of Fire

  • 1981
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Biography, Sports

CHARIOTS OF FIRE is a pleasant, mildly inspirational movie but hardly worthy of all the accolades it received. This true story, based on an original screenplay by Colin Welland, is about what it means to win and what one must do to achieve it. Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson) is a serious Scottish Christian who runs for the glory of Jesus. Harold Abrahams (Ben...read more

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Chariots Of Fire - Official Trailer
01:32 — Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian C (more…)
Chariots Of Fire
01:22 — Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian C (more…)
Chariots Of Fire
01:21 — Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian C (more…)
Chariots Of Fire
01:03 — Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian C (more…)
Chariots Of Fire - Trailer
03:17 — Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian C (more…)
(Movie Clip) A Muscular Christian
Ian Charleson as Scot Eric Liddell, encouraged by his missionary father and brother (John Young, David John) to pursue athletics for the greater good, (more…)
(Movie Clip) May The Best Man Win
After much build-up, the fictional first competitive meeting between between the missionary-athlete Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson), arriving from Scotla (more…)
(Movie Clip) Scotland's Finest Wing
Beginning the back-story for Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson), born to missionary parents in China, already a rugby star in Scotland, appearing at a highl (more…)
(Movie Clip) The College Dash
Ben Cross as Harold Abrahams and Nigel Havers as the fictional Lindsay attempt the famous Great Court Run, shooting at Eton College, Cambridge, though (more…)
(Movie Clip) Those Few Young Men
The opening from director Hugh Hudson, Nigel Havers and Nicholas Farrell as the matured Lindsay and Montague, then the beach sequence, shot in Scotlan (more…)
Chariots Of Fire trailer
Committed British runners strive for the 1924 Olympics in the Academy Award-winning Best Picture Chariots Of Fire (1981).
Re-Release Trailer
01:10 — Re-release trailer for Chariots of Fire. Chariots of Fire tells the story of two very different men who compete as runners in the 1924 Paris Olympics (more…)
Trailer
01:36 — Trailer for the 1981 classic Chariots of Fire. Director Hugh Hudson's absorbing drama, based on a true story, deals with the personal struggles faced (more…)

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  • Released: 1981
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: CHARIOTS OF FIRE is a pleasant, mildly inspirational movie but hardly worthy of all the accolades it received. This true story, based on an original screenplay by Colin Welland, is about what it means to win and what one must do to achieve it. Eric Liddell… (more)

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