Win a DVD copy of The First Olympics – Blood, Honor and Glory

Return to ancient Greece and witness the Bacchanalian excess and raw competition of The First Olympics. While the gods looked down, brutal contests of boxing, wrestling, chariot racing, and an early form of no-holds-barred fighting called Pankration raged within the bloodied arena. To celebrate the current Olympics competition in London, FilmFetish is giving away a copy of The First Olympics – Blood, Honor and Glory, to readers.

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I’ll be running The First Olympics – Blood, Honor and Glory contest through Monday, August 20, 2012.

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As you watch Aly Raisman’s over-the-top parents and Kevin Durant leading Team USA to victory, imagine yourself on Mt. Olympus in 776 B.C. under a full moon, watching the very first Olympics take place alongside the Greek gods; witness participating countries and tally their medal counts. You can now, with The First Olympics – Blood, Honor and Glory (137-minute runtime) on DVD from A+E.

The First Olympics – Blood, Honor and Glory DVD includes 3 documentaries:

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