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Pure Evel

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Pure Evel

looks at five years in the 70s when Craig "Evel" Kneivel attempted some of his most death-defying stunts, becoming a national icon. It was 1971 when Kneivel set the world record with a motorcycle jump over 19 cars and it was a crash in 1976 while jumping over a tank of sharks that led to his retirement. His most legendary stunt during that period was an attempt to "rocket jump" over Idaho's Snake River Canyon.

Written by John Logan, directed by Betty Thomas.

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Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: Undated 2001

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