Magic Johnson: Always Showtime Trailer

Magic Johnson: Always Showtime Trailer (1991)

"This biographical video uses interviews and action footage from real games to give viewers an up-close look at the life and career of basketball super" 02 January 1991 63 mins

This biographical video uses interviews and action footage from real games to give viewers an up-close look at the life and career of basketball superstar Earvin "Magic" Johnson. Johnson's outstanding athletic talent is traced from high school through his years with the Los Angeles Lakers, during which he helped to lead the team to five NBA championships.

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Magic Johnson

as Himself

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United States 02 January 1991

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