To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this landmark game, “One Night in March” has been updated. The “50th Anniversary” edition includes never before seen movies of the team, new pictures and footage from the December 2012 reunion game of MSU – Loyola in Chicago. The documentary has been re-edited and remastered to full 1080 HD video and is now available on Blu-ray for the first time.
Over 60% of the documentary is new footage or pictures about one of the most historic games in college basketball history.
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By HILLARY LAPLATNEY
Published: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Updated: Friday, February 22, 2013 02:02
A revised and updated version of “One Night in March,” a documentary film about Mississippi State University’s fight against racial discrimination in the early 1960s, will premiere at Hollywood Premier Cinemas tonight at 8:30 as part of the Magnolia Independent Film Festival.
“One Night in March” tells the story of a historical semi-final basketball game in the 1963 NCAA tournament during which racial barriers were shattered by MSU and its opponent, Loyola.
Robbie Coblentz, executive producer of “One Night in March,” opened up about the nature of college sports 50 years ago.
This is the first segment from the 50th Anniversary edition of "One Night in March." This award-winning documentary tells the story of the 1963 Mississippi State basketball team and ...