ESPN Films: Herschel Trailer

ESPN Films: Herschel Trailer (2011)

07 September 2011 Factual 50 mins

A documentary on the life of football player Herschel Walker, considered by many to be the greatest college running back of all-time.

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Cast

Skip Bayless

as himself

Donald Trump

as himself

International Releases Dates

United States 07 September 2011

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