The pacing is a little slow, a bit more chess would be nice and at least a couple of the names and pictures are off. Nevertheless, this three-part video biography of the Tatar master Rashid Nezhmetdinov is well worth a look. (Part 1 is here [HT: Brian Karen], and you can follow the links to subsequent parts once you're there.)
For those of you unfamiliar with Nezhmetdinov, he never achieved the GM title (though he may well have been of GM strength by contemporary standards), but as an attacking player and tactician he had few equals in his day. Against Mikhail Tal, for instance, his record was 4-1, and he was even a bit unlucky in the game he lost. His chess may not have been terribly well-rounded, but what he did well, he did extremely well. Do a search for his best games online, and you'll be in for a real treat.