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1959 WORLD SERIES: L.A. DODGERS VS. CHICAGO WHITE SOX, THE|
Bill Veeck, Roger Craig, Don Drysdale, Larry Sherry, Duke Snider, Warren Giles, Joe Cronin, Ford Frick, Charlie Neal, Jack Brickhouse, Gil Hodges, Vin Scully, Walter Alston
Jack Brickhouse calls the play-by-play in the ninth inning and Vin Scully interviews the victorious Los Angeles Dodgers from their clubhouse. He talks to Warren Giles, Bill Veeck, Gil Hodges, Duke Snider, Joe Cronin, Walter Alston, Charlie Neal, Roger Craig, Don Drysdale, Larry Sherry, and commissioner of baseball Ford Frick. Vin Scully signs off the air for the Gillette Safety Razor Blades sponsor with the Gillette theme music in the background. This was the last year a Gillette sign off was used for a World Series Television Broadcast.
WORLD WIDE 60: BASEBALL'S CHANGING PROFILE|
Ford Frick, Frank McGee, Lindsey Nelson, Robert McCormick, Ty Cobb, Branch Rickey, George Trautman, Hank Greenberg, Fred Haney, Emmanuel Celler, DeWolfe Hopper, Bob Feller
Host Frank McGee reviews the national pastime and looks at its future. Additional commentary from Lindsey Nelson and Robert McCormick. There are interviews with Ty Cobb, Branch Rickey, Ford Frick, George Trautman, Bob Feller, Hank Greenberg, Fred Haney and Rep. Emmanuel Celler. Actor DeWolfe Hopper reads "Casey At The Bat."
Roy Campanella, Chris Schenkel, Roger Maris, Al Kaline, Jack E. Leonard
Roy Campanella and co-host Chris Schenkel chat with comedian Jack E. Leonard and newly acquired New York Yankee Roger Maris and Detroit Tiger great Al Kaline. This "lost" television broadcast contains the earliest known interview with Maris as a N.Y. Yankee.
BIOGRAPHY OF THE FIGHT|
Ingemar Johansson, James Cagney, Floyd Patterson, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney
Actor James Cagney is host and reviews the lives and boxing styles of Ingemar Johansson and Floyd Patterson, who meet the following night for the World's Heavyweight Championship rematch. Former heavyweight champs Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney analyze the styles of the two fighters.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION INGEMAR JOHANSSON VS FORMER HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION FLOYD PATTERSON. THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT SECOND CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT BETWEEN THEM.|
Ingemar Johansson, Floyd Patterson, Les Keiter, Howard Cosell, Eddie Fisher, Rocky Marciano, Gabe Pressman
Rematch with pre and post-fight interviews. Les Keiter calls the fight and Howard Cosell does the color commentary. Preceding the fight, Eddie Fisher sings the National Anthem. Rocky Marciano also comments. There is an interview with Floyd Patterson's mother. Also, we hear Gabe Pressman interview both Ingemar Johansson and Floyd Patterson the day after the fight at a Press conference.
1960 WORLD SERIES: PITTSBURGH PIRATES VS. N.Y. YANKEES, THE|
Warren Giles, Ford Frick, Mel Allen, Hal Smith, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Prince, Joe Brown, Don Hoak, Tom Johnson, Dick Groat, Vernon Law, Bill Virdon, Harvey Haddix, Smokey Burgess, Bob Skinner, Roy Face, Rocky Nelson, Gino Cimoli, Danny Murtaugh, John Galbreath, Joe Barr
Mel Allen announces the play-by-play in this classic 7th and final game from the 6th inning, at which time N.Y. was ahead 5 to 4. Allen calls the memorable Hal Smith 8th inning home run and Bill Mazeroski's series winning 9th inning home run. From a victorious Pirates clubhouse, Bob Prince interviews Warren Giles, Hal Smith, Bill Mazeroski, Joe Brown, Don Hoak, Tom Johnson, Dick Groat, Vernon Law, Bill Virdon, Harvey Haddix, Smokey Burgess, Bob Skinner, Roy Face, Gino Cimoli, Mayor Joe Barr, John Galbreath, Commissioner Ford Frick, Rocky Nelson and manager Danny Murtaugh.
FIGHT OF THE WEEK, THE|
Gene Fullmer, Sugar Ray Robinson, Don Dunphy, Jimmy Lennon Sr.
Gene Fullmer defends his NBA middleweight title against Sugar Ray Robinson. This controversial 15 round draw was the third match for these two great middleweights. Don Dunphy calls the blows for rounds 11 and 15 including his pre-fight commentary. Jimmy Lennon is ring announcer.
FIGHT OF THE WEEK, THE|
Gene Fullmer, Sugar Ray Robinson, Don Dunphy, Marv Jensen, Dick Porter
The fourth match between Middleweight Champion Gene Fullmer and Challenger Sugar Ray Robinson is called by Don Dunphy. Winner Gene Fullmer is interviewed with Fullmer's manager Marv Jensen. Ring announcer is Dick Porter. Rounds 1, 3, 8, 10, 13, & 15 are described, blow-by-blow, by Don Dunphy.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION:THE FLOYD PATTERSON VS INGEMAR JOHANSSON HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT|
Ingemar Johansson, Floyd Patterson, Les Keiter, Howard Cosell, Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, Arthur Mercante, Jack McCarthy, Mickey Allen, Cus Damato, Billy Regan
Howard Cosell and Les Keiter are on hand to bring the third match between Ingemar Johansson and Floyd Patterson from Miami Beach, Florida. Commentary from Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, and Referee Arthur Mercante. At ringside, announcer Jack McCarthy is heard. Mickey Allen sings the National Anthem. Memorable first round with Patterson being knocked down twice and Johansson sent to the canvas once. Post-fight interviews with champ Floyd Patterson, manager Cus D'Amato, referee Billy Regan and Joe Louis. Hugh O'Brien is interviewed at ringside by Howard Cosell.
N.Y. YANKEES OLD TIMER'S DAY: 1961|
Mel Allen, Jackie Robinson, Joe Black, Otto Miller
Mel Allen interviews Jackie Robinson, Joe Black and Otto Miller during a rain delay. They all reminisce about the Brooklyn Dodger years. Robinson talks about his famous 1955 World Series steal of home plate.
N.Y. YANKEES 1961 PENNANT VICTORY|
Roger Maris, Mel Allen, Elston Howard, Yogi Berra, Ralph Houk, Rollie Sheldon, Jim Coates, Luis Arroyo, Clete Boyer, Roy Hamey, Ralph Terry, Bill Skowron, Wally Moses, Bud Daley, Johnny Blanchard, Whitey Ford, Bobby Richardson, Hal Reniff, Tex Clevenger, Hector Lopez, Billy Gardner, Bob Fishel, Bill Stafford, Bob Hale
Yankee announcer Mel Allen does the play-by-play, as Roger Maris hits his 59th home run and the Yankees win their 26th American League pennant. In a victorious Yankee locker room, Mel Allen interviews Elston Howard, Yogi Berra, Ralph Houk, Rollie Sheldon, Jim Coates, Luis Arroyo, Bobby Richardson, Clete Boyer, Roger Maris, Roy Hamey, Ralph Terry, Bill Skowron, Wally Moses, Bud Daley, Bill Stafford, Whitey Ford, Hector Lopez, Billy Gardner, Bob Hale, Johnny Blanchard, Tex Clevenger, Hal Reniff and Bob Fishel.
61ST HOMERUN OF ROGER MARIS, THE|
Roger Maris, Mel Allen, Ralph Houk, Phil Rizzuto, Red Barber, Bob Sheppard, Johnny Sain
Roger Maris breaks Babe Ruth's home run record. Phil Rizzuto, Red Barber and Mel Allen call the play-by-play of the four Maris at bats. Rizzuto (1st inning), Barber (4th inning), Allen (6th and 8th inning). Also, Bob Sheppard's poem about Maris and his record breaking 61 home runs is read by Mel Allen. On Red Barber's post-game show, Maris guests and reviews, via video tape replay, his historic home run. Manager Ralph Houk and Johnny Sain also comment.
RED BARBER SHOW, THE|
Roger Maris, Ralph Houk, Red Barber, Johnny Sain
Red Barber's post-game show which airs, following each New York Yankees televised game. On this show Barber and guest Roger Maris discuss Roger's historic 61st home run which he hit during today's game, breaking Babe Ruth's record. They both look at a video taped replay of the home run, and recount the moment. Contains opening, with theme music and Wheaties commercial. Note: ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF A LOST TELEVISION BROADCAST ORIGINALLY VIEWED AND LISTENED BY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE, AND ONLY PRESERVED AS A BROADCAST RECORD ON AUDIO TAPE. THE ONLY KNOWN AND PRESERVED ORIGINAL AUDIO AIR CHECK OF THIS HISTORIC EVENT WAS RECORDED BY PHIL GRIES (ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, INC.).
ROGER MARIS: HOME RUN KING|
Roger Maris, Mel Allen, Phil Rizzuto, Babe Ruth
Mel Allen is host. There is a review of Roger Maris' 61 home runs and the play-by-plays of his last eleven home runs are heard as they were announced live during Roger's quest for Babe Ruth's record.
1961 WORLD SERIES GAME NUMBER 5: N.Y. YANKEES VS. CINCINNATI REDS, THE|
Joe Garagiola, Mel Allen, Elston Howard, Ralph Houk, Del Webb, Johnny Blanchard, Fred Hutchinson, Whitey Ford
Mel Allen does the play-by-play for the 8th inning. Joe Garagiola does the play-by-play for the 9th inning. Allen, from the victorious Yankee clubhouse, interviews manager Ralph Houk, Del Webb, Johnny Blanchard, Elston Howard, Reds manager Fred Hutchinson and Whitey Ford. Joe Garagiola wraps up the broadcast. Note: Also heard are three Chrysler Corp. auto commercials promoting their new line for 1962.
SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES EXTRA: HISTORY OF THE DODGERS|
Joe E. Brown
Joe E. Brown presents a comic history of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers which followed the showing of the baseball movie, "It Happens Every Spring."
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE FLOYD PATTERSON VS. SONNY LISTON FIRST WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT|
Chris Schenkel, Floyd Patterson, Howard Cosell, Rocky Marciano, Gene Fullmer, Joe Louis, Mickey Allen, Sonny Liston, Barney Ross, James Braddock, Jack Drees
Howard Cosell and Rocky Marciano broadcast live radio network coverage. Pre-fight interviews with Sonny Liston, Barney Ross, Joe Louis, James Braddock, Gene Fullmer and Floyd Patterson. Predictions are heard on the outcome of the fight from many sports columnists at ring side in Comiskey Park in Chicago. Jack Drees calls the fight round by round. Mickey Allen sings the National Anthem prior to the 2 minutes, 6 seconds first round knockout of Patterson by the new Heavyweight Champion, Sonny Liston. Post-fight comments from all, including Floyd Patterson's mother. There is a TRIG Deodorant commercial by Chris Schenkel and from Liston's dressing room, Sonny comments regarding a return match.
1962 NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS: SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS VS. L.A. DODGERS, THE|
Joe Garagiola, Frank McGee, Bob Wolff, Walter Schirra
Bob Wolff and Joe Garagiola broadcast this third and final game from the Giant's 4 run ninth inning. Memories of 1951 as they again beat the Dodgers. Final score is 6 to 4. There is an NBC News Bulletin by Frank McGee concerning Astronaut Walter Schirra, who has safely returned to Earth after space travel.
1962 WORLD SERIES: N.Y. YANKEES VS. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS, THE|
Joe Garagiola, Mel Allen, Elston Howard, Yogi Berra, Ralph Houk, Jim Coates, Roy Hamey, Ralph Terry, Del Webb, Whitey Ford, Russ Hodges, Alvin Dark, Dale Long, Joe DiMaggio
Mel Allen, Russ Hodges, and Joe Garagiola broadcast game seven from the 8th inning and conduct interviews with the winning N.Y. Yankees team. Interviewed are Ralph Terry, Ralph Houk, Alvin Dark, Elston Howard, Del Webb, Whitey Ford, Jim Coates, Dale Long, Roy Hamey, Yogi Berra and Joe DiMaggio.
The Harlem Globetrotters, Meadowlark Lemon, Sam Balter
The Harlem Globetrotters perform in this annual special. There is the opening warm up to the tune of "Sweet Georgia Brown," introductions including number 36, Meadowlark Lemon, and beginning play-by-play descriptions against the American Giants by Sportscaster Sam Balter.
Phil Foster, Buddy Hackett, Ralph Kiner
In this Mets Baseball post-game show, Ralph Kiner welcomes guests Buddy Hackett and Phil Foster.
Ralph Kiner, Willie Mays
Ralph Kiner interviews Willie Mays on "Willie Mays Night" at the Polo Grounds. The current Giants superstar reflects on his illustrious career and about his future.
Casey Stengel, Ralph Kiner
Ralph Kiner interviews New York Mets manager Casey Stengel from the Polo Grounds.
Jimmy Piersall, Ralph Kiner, Bob Murphy
Ralph Kiner interviews Jimmy Piersall of the New York Mets from the Polo Grounds. Bob Murphy introduces Mets Baseball with the "Meet the Mets" theme song, which opened all WOR-TV broadcasts in 1963.
Duke Snider, Stan Musial, Ralph Kiner
Stan Musial and Duke Snider guest on Ralph Kiner's New York Mets post-game show from the Polo Grounds.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE SONNY LISTON VS. FLOYD PATTERSON REMATCH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT.|
Jim Bishop, Floyd Patterson, Les Keiter, Howard Cosell, Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, Jack McCarthy, Mickey Allen, Sonny Liston, Billy Conn, Cassius Clay, Bruce Morrow, Angelo Dundee, Shirley Povich, Jack Hand, Nat Fleischer, Lou Nova, Arthur Daley, Al Abrams, Bill Hines, Dick Peebles, George Whiting, Dick Greg
WABC RADIO lead in by Bruce Morrow prior to coverage of
a first round KO of Floyd Patterson by Sonny Liston broadcast live from the convention center in Las Vegas over WABC Radio in New York. Heard is a 15 minute Special Preview pre-fight show with Howard Cosell who interviews Heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston and Challenger, Floyd Patterson. They give their views on how the fight will turn out. Predictions of who will win this rematch World Heavyweight Championship fight by sports columnists at ringside, Arthur Daley, Shirley Povich, Al Abrams, Bill Hines, Dick Peebles, Nat Fleischer, Jack Hand, George Whiting, Angelo Dundee, and Jim Bishop, the only one who predicts a Patterson victory. Howard Cosell is at ringside along with Les Keiter who does the blow-by-blow reporting with commentary from Rocky Marciano. Jack McCarthy announces the fighters. Mickey Allen sings the National Anthem. Number 2 contender Cassius Clay mocks Sonny Liston at ringside and in the ring. The three knockdown first round is broadcast. Extensive interviews with Joe Louis, and Rocky Marciano. Additional comments from Billy Conn and Lou Nova. Howard Cosell interviews Patterson, Cus D'amato and Liston after the fight, who discusses a possible upcoming fight with Cassius Clay in September. Les Keiter summarizes the fight. Replay of the first round. Keiter interviews Joe Louis who feels that Clay will give Liston a better fight, but cannot beat him. From the Gold Room, Sonny Liston meets the Press and answers questions.
Additional commentary by Howard Cosell and Rocky Marciano who states that Patterson should retire from the ring. Les Keiter interviews former Heavyweight Lou Nova. Sign off.
ABC NEWS SPORTS WITH HOWARD COSELL|
Duke Snider, Howard Cosell
Howard Cosell interviews Duke Snider, who talks about his career and tomorrow's "Duke Snider Day" at the Polo Grounds.
DUKE SNIDER DAY & KINER'S KORNER, THE|
Duke Snider, Miss Rheingold 1963, Lindsey Nelson, Ralph Kiner, Bob Murphy, Gil Hodges, M. Donald Grant, Dick Young, Martha Wright, Abe Stark
A tribute to Duke Snider at the Polo Grounds with Ralph Kiner, Bob Murphy, Lindsey Nelson, Abe Stark, Dick Young, Miss Rheingold of 1963, Gil Hodges, and M. Donald Grant. Duke Snider speaks to all his fans at the microphone. Following is a fitting tribute to the N.Y. Giants who used to play at the Polo Grounds. Miss Martha Wright sings "Auld Lang Syne" and the "National Anthem" and asks the fans to join in... "for the Duke!" On Kiner's Korner, Ralph Kiner interviews Snider who reflects on his illustrious career year by year.
LAST OUT AT THE POLO GROUNDS AND KINER'S KORNER, THE|
Ted Schriber, Casey Stengel, Ralph Kiner, Bob Murphy, Chris Short
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Chris Short throws the last pitch at the Polo Grounds to N.Y. Mets batter, Ted Schriber, as the Phillies beat the Mets 5 to 1. Bob Murphy does the play-by-play for the last of the ninth inning. As Murphy signs off, "Auld Lang Syne" can be heard as it is sung by the crowd at the stadium. On Kiner's Korner, guest N.Y. Mets manager, Casey Stengel, reminisces with Ralph Kiner about the Polo Grounds. (Memories began for Stengel when he was a player there fifty years ago in 1913.)
1963 WORLD SERIES: L.A. DODGERS VS. N.Y. YANKEES, THE|
Don Drysdale, Warren Giles, Mel Allen, Bill Skowron, Buzzie Bavasi, Maury Wills, Johnny Podres, Frank Howard, Ron Perranoski, Tommy Davis, Fresco Thompson, Vin Scully, Sandy Koufax, Willie Davis, Dick Tracewski, Walter Alston
Vin Scully does the play-by-play from the last of the eighth inning in this final game. A "hoarse" Mel Allen begins the play-by-play for the top of the ninth but cannot continue and Scully takes over again as the Dodgers sweep the Yankees in four straight. Mel Allen wraps up his last NBC television World Series broadcast. Scully interviews the victorious Dodger players and others from their clubhouse. He talks to Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Warren Giles, Buzzie Bavasi, Walter Alston, Bill Skowron, Ron Perranoski, Frank Howard, Fresco Thompson, Tommy Davis, Willie Davis, Johnny Podres, Maury Wills and Dick Tracewski.
1963 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: CHICAGO BEARS VS. N.Y. GIANTS, THE|
Jack Brickhouse, Chris Schenkel, George Allen, Davy Whitsell, Bill Wade, George Halas, Bill Haniller, Larry Morris, Ritchie Petitbon, George Connor, Doug Atkins
In the broadcasting booth, Jack Brickhouse and Chris Schenkel wrap up the Chicago Bears sixth NFL Championship Victory (Final score Bears 14, Giants 10). George Connor, from the victorious Bears dressing room, interviews Doug Atkins, defensive coach George Allen, Davy Whitsell, Ritchie Petitbon, Larry Morris, Bill Wade, Bill Haniller and coach George Halas. All chorus in for a victory song.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE SONNY LISTON VS. CASSIUS CLAY FIRST HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT|
Jack Cutty, Les Keiter, Howard Cosell, Rocky Marciano, Sugar Ray Robinson, Joe Louis, Sonny Liston, Jim Brown, Cy Burick, Charles McCabe, Cassius Clay, Frank Gifford, Arthur Daly, Frank Gibbons, John Carmichael, Alexander Robbins, Cus D'Amato, Angelo Dundee, Leo Peterson, Marty Marshall, Shirley Povich, Dick Young, Mel Durslag, Jack Hand, Lyle Smith, Murray Kempton, Muhammad Ali, Walter Smith
Live radio network coverage of Cassius Clay's 6th round defeat of Champion Sonny Liston is broadcast. There are pre-fight interviews and color commentary by Howard Cosell. The outcome predictions of the fight are heard from a dozen sports columnists, all but one, predicting a Liston slaughter. They include Walter Red Smith, Mel Durslag, Charles McCabe, Lyle Smith, Frank Gibbons, Cy Burick, Hal Abrams, Shirley Povich, Murray Kempton, Jack Cutty, Jack Hand, Arthur Daly and John Carmichael. The legend of Liston's invincibility is also expressed by former champ Joe Louis to Howard Cosell. Also, comments from heavyweight Liston opponent Marty Marshall, trainer Cus D'Amato and from Sonny Liston and Cassius Clay, who states to Cosell that he will KO Liston in round eight. We hear from blow-by-blow commentator Les Keiter at ringside, along with Cosell, former heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano and Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns. After the upset Clay victory, Cosell interviews Clay and Liston in the ring. Keiter interviews Sugar Ray Robinson and Joe Louis. Howard Cosell recaps the fight; he interviews Dick Young of the Daily News and Clay's trainer Angelo Dundee. Cassius Clay is heard live at the News Press Conference in its entirety. There is a wrap-up with Les Keiter and comments from UPI sports editor Leo Peterson. In addition, on the following day, CBS Sports With Frank Gifford is heard. Frank Gifford recounts the fight. There is a brief interview with fight physician Alexander Robbins, who stopped the fight giving Cassius Clay his first championship.
FIFTY YEARS OF N.Y. BASEBALL|
Yogi Berra, Casey Stengel, Art James
We have a look at New York's baseball teams from the early 1900's to the present. Prospects for the 1964 season are discussed by N.Y. Yankees Manager Yogi Berra and by the N.Y. Mets Manager Casey Stengel. Art James hosts.
POLO GROUNDS: REQUIEM FOR AN ARENA, THE|
Floyd Patterson, Jack Dempsey, Howard Cosell, Joe Louis, Willie Mays, Leo Durocher, Bobby Thompson, Ralph Branca, Ken Strong, Arthur Daly, Frankie Frisch, Carl Hubbel, Horace McMahon
Horace McMahon narrates this special review of the history of the Polo Grounds. Bobby Thompson, Ralph Branca, Willie Mays, Joe Louis, Floyd Patterson, Ken Strong, Arthur Daly, Frankie Frisch, Leo Durocher, Jack Dempsey and Carl Hubbel review the fabulous past of the Polo Grounds, a great arena where everything but Polo was played. Produced by Howard Cosell.
Casey Stengel, Ralph Kiner
This is the very first post-game program from Shea Stadium with N.Y. Mets Sportscaster Ralph Kiner. Guest is Manager Casey Stengel.
Ralph Kiner, Larry Bearnarth, Frank Lary, Joe Christopher
N.Y. Mets Sportscaster Ralph Kiner hosts this post-game talk show with guests, Mets players Larry Bearnarth, Joe Christopher and Frank Lary after the 23 inning loss to the San Francisco Giants. This was the longest game ever played to a decision in the Major Leagues.
JIM BUNNING'S PERFECT GAME|
Ralph Kiner, Bob Murphy, Jim Bunning
9th inning coverage is heard, and a post-game interview with Jim Bunning, whose perfect game was the first in the National League since 1880. Bob Murphy does the play-by-play for this N.Y. Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies game. Ralph Kiner interviews Bunning on this memorable Father's Day.
JERRY COLEMAN SHOW, THE|
Pee Wee Reese, Jerry Coleman
Pee Wee Reese chats with Jerry Coleman in this N.Y. Yankees post game show.
RED BARBER SHOW, THE|
Mickey Mantle talks to Red Barber about his last night's 450th Home Run and 2000th hit. Also discussed is his new book "The Quality of Courage." Mantle reminisces about his father.
CLUBHOUSE WITH PHIL FOSTER|
Woody Allen, Phil Foster
New York Mets post game show with Phil Foster. Guest Woody Allen drops by and kids Foster about his own baseball prowess.
1964 WORLD SERIES: ST. LOUIS CARDINALS VS. N.Y. YANKEES, THE|
Warren Giles, Ford Frick, Dick Groat, Curt Gowdy, Bob Gibson, Gussie Busch, Tim McCarver, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, Mike Shannon, Harry Caray
The Cardinals win in the seventh game. Coverage of the play-by-play is done by Curt Gowdy, from the last of the eighth inning. This was the first World Series covered by Gowdy, who would continue to call the play-by-play for NBC through 1975. Clubhouse interviews by Harry Caray with Bob Gibson, owner Gussie Busch, National League President Warren Giles, Tim McCarver, Ken Boyer, Dick Groat, Commissioner of Baseball Ford Frick, Lou Brock and Mike Shannon. Curt Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE MUHAMMAD ALI VS. SONNY LISTON HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH FIGHT|
Jim Bishop, Floyd Patterson, Joe Louis, Robert Goulet, Sonny Liston, Russ Hodges, Jersey Joe Walcott, Van Patrick, Bill Stern, Muhammad Ali
Van Patrick, Russ Hodges, Bill Stern and Jim Bishop give live ringside commentary of the Muhammad Ali, Sonny Liston rematch fight from Lewiston, Maine. There are pre-fight discussions. Robert Goulet sings the National Anthem. Introductions of former Champions include Jersey Joe Walcott, who referees the fight. Russ Hodges calls the first round of Ali's knockout action. Steve Ellis interviews Ali in the center of the ring. Both review a videotape replay. Both comment. Hodges reviews the tape and calls the fight again. Floyd Patterson (Ali's next challenger) is interviewed by Bill Stern. Van Patrick interviews Joe Louis.
MICKEY MANTLE: A SELF PORTRAIT|
Howard Cosell, Mickey Mantle
The New York Yankee's Mickey Mantle is interviewed by Howard Cosell. Mickey discusses his career and the many physical injuries that have threatened it.
DEM MAGNIFICENT BUMS|
Milton Berle, Sandy Koufax, Babe Herman
Milton Berle narrates an affectionate comedic history of the Brookyln Dodgers. Babe Herman and Sandy Koufax are interviewed.
1965 WORLD SERIES: MINNESOTA TWINS VS. L.A. DODGERS, THE|
Warren Giles, Walter O'Malley, Vin Scully, Sandy Koufax, Ray Scott, Walter Alston
Vin Scully calls the play-by-play from the Dodgers top of the eighth inning as the L.A. Dodgers and Sandy Koufax beat the Twins in seven games. Announcer Ray Scott calls the play-by-play in the last of the ninth inning.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE MUHAMMAD ALI VS. FLOYD PATTERSON WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT|
Floyd Patterson, Howard Cosell, Eddie Fisher, Joe Louis, Sonny Liston, Cus D'Amato, Angelo Dundee, Solomon McTier, Eddie Machen, Muhammad Ali
Live from Las Vegas, Nevada, Howard Cosell hears predictions on the fight from Joe Louis, Sonny Liston and Eddie Machen. Comments are heard from Angelo Dundee, Cus D'Amato and Solomon McTier. A humble and sincere Muhammad Ali talks about his opponent and his prediction about the fight. Floyd Patterson talks to Cosell about the champ and how he feels he can win. At ringside, Chris Schenkel tells the tale of the tape. Rocky Marciano does the "color" commentary. Eddie Fisher sings the National Anthem. Ring introductions, the fight, and the bout is stopped at 2 min. 18 sec. in the 12th round. Cosell talks to Patterson in the ring. Marciano analyzes the fight. Cosell talks to Ali in the ring.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE 1966 WORLD SERIES: THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES VS. THE L.A. DODGERS|
Joe Cronin, Bob Prince, Dave McNally, Hank Bauer, Paul Blair, Brooks Robinson, Vin Scully, Chuck Thompson, Frank Robinson
Vin Scully does the play-by-play from the bottom of the Orioles 8th inning, as the Baltimore Orioles win the 1966 World Series in four games. In the victorious Baltimore dressing room, Chuck Thompson interviews Brooks Robinson, Paul Blair, Dave McNally, Frank Robinson, Manager Hank Bauer and American League President Joe Cronin. From the booth, Bob Prince wraps up with the series highlights and signs off as we hear the NBC chimes.
IT'S SPORTS TIME WITH PHIL RIZZUTO|
Phil Rizzuto reports on today's sports on CBS-Radio. Sponsored by Camel Cigarettes.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST: SUPER BOWL I|
Bob Hope, Pete Rozelle, George Ratterman, Jim Simpson
Recorded by affiliate WGY in Schenectady NY station. The first Super Bowl - Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs is broadcast. Jim Simpson does the play-by-play as the Packers best the Chiefs 35 to 10. George Ratterman does the "Color" commentary. All original 17 Commercials are included. They are for Plymouth, Eastman Dillon, Sports Illustrated and NBC News. Bob Hope is interviewed as well as Pete Rozelle. Super Bowl I was televised and videotaped by CBS and NBC. Both networks erased their videotapes making this radio broadcast the only surviving record of this historic contest.
1967 WORLD SERIES: ST. LOUIS CARDINALS VS. BOSTON RED SOX, THE|
Warren Giles, Roger Maris, Julian Javier, Stan Musial, Red Schoendienst, Billy Muffett, Dal Maxvill, Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, Bob Gibson, Gussie Busch, Tim McCarver, Lou Brock, Mike Shannon, Joe Horner, Ken Coleman, Nelson Brown, Joe Schiltz, Orlando Cepeda, Harry Caray, Jim Simpson
Harry Caray gives opening introductions from Fenway Park in Boston for the seventh and final game of the series. We hear pre-game comments from co-broadcaster Pee Wee Reese. Caray does the play-by-play for the last of the eighth inning. Reese does the play-by-play with co-broadcaster Jim Simpson for the ninth inning. From the victorious St. Louis clubhouse, Caray interviews Bob Gibson, President of the National League, Warren Giles, General Manager of the Cardinals, Stan Musial, Manager Red Schoendienst, Gussie Busch, Julian Javier, Roger Maris, Orlando Cepeda, Dal Maxvill, Tim McCarver, Mike Shannon, Nelson Brown, Joe Horner, Joe Schiltz, Lou Brock and Billy Muffett. We return to the booth with Curt Gowdy and Ken Coleman commenting and recapping the game.
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