Welcome back to our 30 for 30 documentary short series.
In 1979, Barry Bremen was just a novelty-goods salesman who was acting out a dare when he stole some official warm-ups and shot a few baskets at the 1979 NBA All-Star Game. That was just the beginning. From there Bremen would be known as “The Great Imposter,” posing as a major leaguer, PGA golfer, NFL referee … even a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. This film tries to answer not only the question of how he did this, but also the more important one: Why?
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• Tommy and Frank, directed by Richie Keen »
• Cutthroat, directed by Steven Cantor »
• Silver Reunion, directed by Rory Karpf »
• Holy Grail: The T206 Honus Wagner, directed by Nick and Colin Barnicle »
• Disdain the Mundane, directed by Nelson George »
• Ali: The Mission, directed by Amani Martin »
• The Arnold Palmer, directed by Bryan Gordon »
• Jake, directed by Jonathan Hock »
• Arnold’s Blueprint, directed by Michael and Jeff Zimbalist »
• Here Now, directed by Eric Drath »