Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Albert Magnoli|
|Produced by||Doug Chapin|
|Written by||Evan Archerd
|Music by||Alan Silvestri|
|Cinematography||Donald E. Thorin|
|Edited by||Jim Oliver|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures (theatrical)
Warner Bros. (current)
|June 27, 1986|
American Anthem is a 1986 American Sports drama film produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures and released in North America by Columbia Pictures. It was directed by Albert Magnoli, and starred Mitch Gaylord and Janet Jones.
The subject of the film was a football player turned gymnast who was seeking to join the United States Olympic gymnastics team. Gaylord was a member of the gold-medal U.S. men's gymnastics team at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
The soundtrack was released on CD, LP and cassette by Atlantic Records.
- Two Hearts - John Parr (6:07)
- Run to Her - Mr. Mister (3:34)
- Same Direction - INXS (5:08)
- Battle of the Dragon - Stevie Nicks (5:15)
- Wings to Fly - Graham Nash (4:00)
- Take It Easy - Andy Taylor (4:22)
- Wings of Love - Andy Taylor (5:03)
- Love and Loneliness - Chris Thompson (5:03)
- Angel Eyes - Andy Taylor (3:26)
- Arthur's Theme - Alan Silvestri (2:50)
- Julie's Theme - Alan Silvestri (1:42)
- Wilson, John (2000-08-23). "1986 Archive". Hollywood, California: Golden Raspberry Award Foundation. Retrieved 2012-07-30.
- American Anthem at the Internet Movie Database
- American Anthem at Rotten Tomatoes
- American Anthem at Box Office Mojo
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