Oscar De La Hoya
’The Natural’ is supposed to be a blue-eyed boy who teethed on a 36-ounce Louisville Slugger. He should run like the wind and throw boysenberries through brick. He should come from California." – Steve Wulf, Sports Illustrated, 1981. So how was it that a pudgy 20-year-old, Mexican, left-handed pitcher from a remote village in the Sonoran desert, unable to speak a word of English, could sell out stadiums across America and become a rock star overnight? In Fernando Nation, Mexican-born and Los Angeles-raised director Cruz Angeles traces the history of a community that was torn apart when Dodger Stadium was built in Chavez Ravine and then revitalized by one of the most captivating pitching phenoms baseball has ever seen. Nicknamed “El Toro” by his fans, Fernando Valenzuela ignited a fire that spread from LA to New York—and beyond. He vaulted himself onto the prime time stage and proved with his signature look to the heavens and killer screwball that the American dream was not reserved for those born on U.S. soil. In this layered look at the myth and the man, Cruz Angeles recalls the euphoria around Fernando’s arrival and probes a phenomenon that transcended baseball for many Mexican-Americans. Fernando Valenzuela himself opens up to share his perspective on this very special time. Three decades later, “Fernandomania” lives.
This critically-acclaimed film exposes the intersection of crime, sports and nationalism in 1990's Colombia.
Shaquille O'Neal takes on fighter Oscar de la Hoya in a five-round exhibition match at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
Shaquille O'Neal takes on retired boxer Oscar De La Hoya in an exhibition match.
Shaq takes on fighter Oscar de la Hoya in a five-round exhibition match.
George always feels lonely on Father's Day since he never knew his father. So when his father-in-law, Vic, asks him to play in a father-son golf game against Vic's biggest rivals, Dr. Anthony Tovar (ELOY CASADOS) and his son, Tony (boxer OSCAR DE LA HOYA), George is touched. But during the game, George learns the real reason why Vic invited him. Meanwhile, not only does Max give George a form letter as a Father's Day gift, it's the same form letter Max gave Angie on Mother's Day.
George always feels lonely on Father's Day since he never knew his father. So when his father-in-law, Vic, asks him to play in a father-son golf game against Vic's biggest rivals, Dr. Anthony Tovar and his son, Tony, George is touched.
In this annual Halloween horror-fest, Homer is excited to inherit the powers of the grim reaper, until he discovers he has to kill Marge, Professor Frink reanimates the body of his father (voiced by Jerry Lewis) but then discovers his father has become a Monster, and Bart and Milhouse find a stopwatch that allows them to stop time but soon find it boring.
This episode has Hilary Swank, Ashley Tisdale, and Chamillionaire getting Punk'd!
Shopping Spree, Crib Crashers, He Got Game
It looks like Eliza Dushku is pulling a Winona when she's accused of taking a five finger discount, then Ashton punks Mandy Moore into thinking she demolished a house.
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