Rare Sports Films

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NOW on DVD!

  • 1951 Milwaukee Brewers (AAA American Association Champions) - Professional baseball's first color film to feature some live sound (night game events were filmed in B & W). Spectacular COLOR scenes of old Borchert Field inside and out, Opening Day ceremonies, Brewer season highlights, manager Charlie Grimm and Brewer players of 1951! Narrated by Earl Gillespie.
    $29.95 + $4.00 S & H.     25 Minutes, Color and B & W.
  • 1965 Eagles vs Redskins NFL "Game-of-the-Week" (Week 9) at Franklin Field - On November 14, 2-6 Eagles host 3-5 Redskins in battle of quarterbacks who were traded for each other two seasons ago! This close back and forth classic even has a vintage L & M cigarette commercial! A Lost Game of NFL Films and in beautiful color! Narrated by Tom Brookshier.
    $29.95 + $4.00 S & H.     27 Minutes, Color.
  • 1967 "This Week in the NFL East and West" (Week 11) All eight games of Thanksgiving weekend, November 23-27, 1967! Another Lost Film of the NFL, which even they no longer have! Includes Cardinals at Dallas (NO double exposure), Packers at Wrigley Field, Rams at Tiger Stadium, Falcons at Tulane Stadium (First Ever Meeting, Atlanta vs Saints!) and Colts at The Coliseum, L.A.
    $29.95 + $4.00 S & H.     51 Minutes, all Color!
  • 1978 Ohio State University Marching Band - Dr. Paul Droste, director, Dwight Hudson, drum major. Includes: PENN STATE "Saturday Afternoon Fever" (also Penn State Band halftime show), BAYLOR "100 Years of Tradition" (10th Annual TBDBITL Alumni Reunion), SOUTHERN METHODIST "From the Baltic to the Balkans With the Buckeyes", IOWA "Thanks For The Memories" (Homecoming with Bob Hope dotting the "i" in Script Ohio), plus CLEMSON "The Buckeye Big Brass" Gator Bowl performance film.
    A big, two-disc set for $49.95 + $4.00 S & H.     2 hours, 27 Minutes, ALL COLOR!
  • 1968 Indianapolis 500 - "And Then There Were None", "Trial and Triumph" and "The Winning Spirit" - three different 1968 Indy films, all in color and all on one DVD, with each showing different scenes of the action at the track that year. More turbine cars, the tragic Mike Spence crash and the behind-the-scenes filming of the movie "Winning" at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
    $29.95 + $4.00 S & H.     1 hour, 5 Minutes, all Color.


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