Pantoliano appears in 'Street Games' doc

June 9, 2011 at 3:26 PM
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ARLINGTON, Va., June 9 (UPI) -- Big Apple natives Ray Romano, Regis Philbin, Hector Elizondo and Joe Pantoliano recall their childhood memories in the documentary "New York Street Games."

"Their stories offer an intriguing and often humorous portrait of how things used to be, how they have changed, and how to recapture some of the positives of a simpler time," a synopsis of the documentary said. "'New York Street Games' examines the origins, rules, and social and cultural importance of these games, as well as the sense of community they engendered. Many of these games are no longer played, replaced by technology and lost through the passage of time, but the memories shaped by those days will never fade."

Directed by Matthew Levy and produced by Levy and Craig Lifschutz in association with Highbrow Entertainment, the 90-minute film was released on DVD this week.

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