Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
APRIL 11, 2002
Reversal The Movie Hits Theatres On April 19 :: Critically-acclaimed, independent wrestling movie begins showing in Oklahoma City. Reversal The Movie Hits Theatres On April 19

Tim Mousetis will play Oklahoma Head Coach Jack Spates in the upcoming movie, Reversal, which will open in theatres in the Oklahoma City and surrounding areas on April 19.

April 11, 2002

NORMAN, Okla. - Reversal The Movie-a highly-acclaimed wresting story centering around a father and son-will premiere in Oklahoma City and its metropolitan theatres on April 19. The movie, written and produced by Jimi Petulla and directed by Alan Vint, takes place in a fictional, small Pennsylvania town that includes, in its casting, Justin Spates, the son of the Oklahoma Head Wrestling Coach Jack Spates. Justin is one of the two lead characters in the film while Tim Mousetis plays the role of the OU Head Coach. For more information, visit the movie's official website at

The following is a list of the movie theatres located in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan areas that will be showing the film on Friday, April 19:


AMC Quail Spring Mall 24
2501 West Memorial
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73134
(405) 775-0562

Tinsel Town Cinemark 20 6001 Martin Luther King Boulevard Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111 (405) 424-0421

Carmike 10 1909 North Perkins Road Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076 (405) 372-0341

Hollywood Spotlight 14 1100 North Interstate Drive Norman, Oklahoma 73072 (405) 579-0911

Cross Roads Regal Cinemas 1211 East Interstate 240 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73149 (405) 632-4259



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