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#710: 1964 WORLD SERIES: ST. LOUIS CARDINALS VS. N.Y. YANKEES, THE
1964-10-15, WNBC, 34 min.
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.
#752: 1967 WORLD SERIES: ST. LOUIS CARDINALS VS. BOSTON RED SOX, THE
1967-10-12, WNBC, 45 min.
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.
#777: DENNY MCLAIN'S 30TH VICTORY
1968-09-14, WNBC, 9 min.
Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, Sandy Koufax, Denny McLain

The last out on NBC's Game of the Week, with Curt Gowdy and Pee Wee Reese, is heard. Sandy Koufax interviews McLain after the game. There is a summary of the game's results as Denny McLain becomes the first 30 game winner since Dizzy Dean did it in 1934.
#779: 1968 WORLD SERIES: DETROIT TIGERS VS. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, THE
1968-10-09, WNBC, 67 min.
Joe Cronin, Al Kaline, Mayo Smith, Willie Horton, Curt Gowdy, Jim Northrup, Jim Price, Bill Freehan, Tony Kubek, William Eckert, Ernie Harwell, Mickey Lolich, Dick McCullough, Harry Caray, Denny McLain

Harry Caray does the play-by-play at the conclusion of a 10 run Detroit third inning in this 6th game of the series. Curt Gowdy does the play-by-play from the Detroit 8th inning. During a rain delay, Gowdy recaps the record third inning, batter by batter, when 15 men came to the plate. Gowdy and Caray discuss tommorow's 7th game. Tony Kubek talks to Mickey Lolich in the Tiger dugout. For the 7th game, Caray's play-by-play from the seventh inning is heard. Detroit wins 4 to 1. From the Detroit Tigers clubhouse, Ernie Harwell interviews Commissioner of Baseball William Eckert, Manager for Detroit Mayo Smith, Denny McLain, Willie Horton, Al Kaline, Mickey Lolich, American League President Joe Cronin, Dick McCullough, Bill Freehan, Jim Northrup and Jim Price. Harry Caray and Curt Gowdy summarize the series. Gowdy signs off.
#1057: SUPER BOWL III: BALTIMORE COLTS VS. NEW YORK JETS
1969-01-12, WNBC, 203 min.
Bob Hope, Curt Gowdy, Joe Namath, Kyle Rote, Jim Simpson

The AFL's New York Jets meet the NFL's Baltimore Colts in the third annual Super Bowl. Curt Gowdy, Kyle Rote, Jim Simpson and Al De Rogatis report live from the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. There is a pre-game program show with players being interviewed and projections being made. There is a pre-game show on the field. The Apollo 8 astronauts pledge allegiance to the flag and the beginning of Super Bowl III is underway. Baltimore is shut down by the Jets in the first half 7 to 0. Halftime ceremonies praise the "spirit" of America with colorful floats and words of tribute. Bob Hope is interviewed by Jim Simpson on the playing field, as the second half begins. Joe Namath is named Most Valuable Player as the Jets upset the Colts 16 to 7. To date, Super Bowl I and II are "lost" video presentations. These broadcasts were erased by the CBS and NBC networks, who telecast Super Bowl I in 1967 and by NBC who erased Super Bowl II in 1968. Super Bowl III is our first record of a live play-by-play video presentation of this classic television event.
#811: 1970 WORLD SERIES: BALTIMORE ORIOLES VS. CINCINNATI REDS, THE
1970-10-15, WNBC, 38 min.
Joe Cronin, Bobby Gritch, Dave McNally, Sparky Anderson, Paul Blair, Mark Belanger, Brooks Robinson, Jay Mazone, Curt Gowdy, Marcelino Lopez, Chuck Thompson, Tony Kubek, Bowie Kuhn, Earl Weaver, Frank Cashen, Harry Dalton, Chico Salmon, Jim Hardin, Curt Motton, Pete Richert, Frank Robinson, Mike Cuellar

Baltimore announcer Chuck Thompson does the play-by-play coverage from the Reds top of the eighth inning with the score 7 to 3 Orioles in the fifth game of the series. Curt Gowdy does the "color" commentary. Tony Kubek talks to American League President Joe Cronin in the stands. Gowdy does the play-by-play in the top of the ninth. From the victorious Orioles clubhouse, Commissioner of Baseball Bowie Kuhn presents the championship trophy to Orioles' Manager Earl Weaver. Chuck Thompson interviews Executive Vice President of the Orioles, Frank Cashen, General Manager Harry Dalton, Earl Weaver, Mike Cueller, Brooks Robinson, Manager of the Cincinnati Reds Sparky Anderson, Mark Belanger, Frank Robinson, Dave McNally, Bat Boy Jay Mazone, Jim Hardin, Chico Salmon, Marcelino Lopez, Curt Motton, Pete Richert, Bobby Gritch and Paul Blair. Gowdy signs off the air.
#813: 1971 WORLD SERIES: PITTSBURGH PIRATES VS. BALTIMORE ORIOLES, THE
1971-10-17, WNBC, 43 min.
Bob Prince, Curt Gowdy, Chuck Thompson, Tony Kubek, Bowie Kuhn, Danny Murtaugh, Steve Blass, Roberto Clemente, John Galbreath, Danny Galbreath, Pete Flaherty, Milton Schapp, Bruce Keeson

Curt Gowdy does the play-by-play from the top of the 8th inning with the score 1 to 0 Pirates in this seventh and final game of the Series. Chuck Thompson and Tony Kubek do the "color" commentary. From the victorious Pirates Clubhouse, Commissioner of Baseball Bowie Kuhn presents the championship trophy to Pirates Manager Danny Murtaugh. Bob Prince interviews Steve Blass, Roberto Clemente, Chairman of the Board John Galbreath, President of the Pirates Danny Galbreath, Mayor of Pittsburgh Pete Flaherty, Governor Milton Schapp, and Bruce Keeson. Curt Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
#6313: MILWAUKEE BREWERS VS. DETROIT TIGERS
1972-09-30, WRGB, 171 min.
Al Kaline, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Duke Sims, George Scott, Joe Coleman

Al Kaline leads a 16-hit Detroit Tiger attack with four hits and an eighth inning home run as the American League Western Division champion Detroit Tigers pummel the Milwaukee Brewers 13-4 at Tiger Stadium in Detroit. Joe Coleman wins his 19th game of the year and George Scott connects for his 20th homer of the year in the sixth inning for the Brewers. Tony Kubek interviews Al Kaline and Duke Sims, who also homered in the eighth inning, following the game. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek. Aired on NBC Radio.
#6322: AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 1: DETROIT TIGERS VS. OAKLAND A'S
1972-10-07, WRGB, 180 min.
Al Kaline, Rollie Fingers, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Mickey Lolich, Norm Cash, Jim Hunter

Despite home runs by Al Kaline and Norm Cash, the Oakland A's defeat the Detroit Tigers 3-2 in 11 innings in game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Kaline's 11th inning home run gives the Tigers a temporary 2-1 lead, but the A's score two runs in the bottom of the 11th inning to win it. Rollie Fingers pitches the last three innings in relief of A's starter Jim "Catfish" Hunter to gain the victory over Tiger starter Mickey Lolich. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek.             
#6323: AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 2: DETROIT TIGERS VS. OAKLAND A'S
1972-10-08, WRGB, 157 min.
Bert Campaneris, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Woody Fryman, Jim Odom

The Oakland A's take a 2-0 lead in the 1972 American League Championship Series with a 5-0 win over the Detroit Tigers at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Jim Odom pitches a complete game three hit shut out and Bert Campaneris is the hitting star for the A's as he scores two runs and goes three for three. Woody Fryman is the loser for the Tigers. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek.
#6324: NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 3: PITTSBURGH PIRATES VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-09, WRGB, 143 min.
Clay Carroll, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Roberto Clemente, Pete Rose, Nelson Briles, Manny Sanguillen, Gary Nolan, Bruce Kison

The Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 in game 3 of the 1972 NL Championship series at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati to take a two games to one lead. Manny Sanguillen is the hitting star for the Pirates, driving in two runs and homering off of Reds starter Gary Nolan in the 5th inning. Pete Rose has three doubles for the Reds in a losing effort. Bruce Kison, who relieved starter Nelson Briles, is the winner for Pittsburgh and Clay Carroll is the losing pitcher for Cincinnati. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek.
#6325: 1972 WORLD SERIES GAME 1: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-14, WRGB, 138 min.
Joe Garagiola, Rollie Fingers, Gene Tenace, Curt Gowdy, Vida Blue, Gary Nolan, Ken Holtzman, Al Michaels

Gene Tenace is the hitting star of the game, driving in all three runs with a pair of home runs off of Reds starter Gary Nolan to lead the Oakland A's to a 3-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds in game 1 of the 1972 World Series at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Ken Holtzman, with relief help from Rollie Fingers and Vida Blue, is the winning pitcher while Gary Nolan absorbs the loss for the Reds. Includes pre-game show with Joe Garagiola. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels.
#6326: 1972 WORLD SERIES GAME 2: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-15, WRGB, 138 min.
Joe Garagiola, Jackie Robinson, Joe Black, Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, Dick Schapp, Al Michaels, Pat Hernan, Ross Grimsley, Jim Hunter, Larry Doby

The Oakland A's make it two in a row over the Cincinnati Reds by winning game 2 of the 1972 World Series 2-1 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Jim "Catfish" Hunter defeats Ross Grimsley as the A's take a 2-0 series lead. Includes pre-game show with Joe Garagiola. 
Prior to the game there is a special ceremony. Jackie Robinson is honored and throws out the first pitch. Many of his family, teammates and friends join Jackie on the field. Robinson speaks to the country for 65 seconds proclaiming that he would love to see one day a black manager in the major leagues. Robinson would pass away nine days later, October 24, 1972, at the age of 53. 
Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels. Includes post-game show and football scoreboard with Pat Hearn and Dick Schapp.             
#6326A: 1972 WORLD SERIES GAME 2: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-15, WRGB, 146 min.
Joe Garagiola, Red Barber, Jackie Robinson, Rachel Robinson, Joe Black, Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, David Robinson, Dick Schapp, Al Michaels, Ross Grimsley, Jim Hunter, Lary Doby, Pat Hearn

The Oakland A's make it two in a row over the Cincinnati Reds by winning game 2 of the 1972 World Series 2-1 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Jim "Catfish" Hunter defeats Ross Grimsley as the A's take a 2-0 series lead. Includes pre-game show with Joe Garagiola. 
Prior to the game there is a special ceremony, with Red Barber at the microphone. Jackie Robinson is honored and throws out the first pitch. Many of his family, teammates and friends join Jackie on the field. Robinson speaks to the country for 65 seconds proclaiming that he would love to see one day a black manager in the major leagues. Robinson would pass away nine days later, October 24, 1972, at the age of 53. 
Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels. Includes post-game show and football scoreboard with Pat Hearn and Dick Schapp.                          
#815: 1972 WORLD SERIES: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS, THE
1972-10-21, WNBC, 57 min.
Dick Williams, Sal Bando, Rollie Fingers, Gene Tenace, Charles O. Finley, Curt Gowdy, Chuck Thompson, Tony Kubek, Danny Murtaugh, Steve Blass, Roberto Clemente, John Galbreath, Danny Galbreath, Pete Flaherty, Milton Schapp, Bruce Keeson, Monte Moore, Vida Blue, Joe Rudi, Jim "Catfish" Hunter

Curt Gowdy does the play-by-play from the top of the 7th inning in this final seventh World Series game with the score Oakland 3, Cincinnati 1. Tony Kubek does the "color" commentary. From the winning A's clubhouse, Monte Moore interviews Gene Tenace, Rollie Fingers and Catfish Hunter. Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn presents the championship trophy to Owner Charles O. Finley and to Sal Bando. Moore and Kubek interview manager Dick Williams, Joe Rudi, Angel Mangual and Vida Blue. Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
#8375: JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON, THE
1973-09-03, SYN, 420 min.
Steve Allen, Jerry Lewis, Carol Burnett, Bob Denver, Jack Klugman, Leslie Uggams, Patti Page, Peter Falk, Carol Lawrence, Robert Goulet, Merv Griffin, Glenn Ford, Johnny Mathis, Hermione Gingold, Buddy Hackett, Don Adams, Ed McMahon, Jan Murray, Hope Lange, Joan Crawford, Helen Hayes, Johnny Cash, Curt Gowdy, Mike Douglas, Arnold Palmer, Barbara Walters, Jayne Meadows, Don Rickles, Dionne Warwick, Muhammad Ali, Jack Albertson, Sarah Vaughan, Roy Clark, Richie Havens, Ruth Buzzi, Minnie Pearl, Rita Moreno, Richard Roundtree, John Lindsay, Earl Wilson, Sammy Davis Jr, Hugh OBrian, Roy Wilkens, John Cassavetes, BB King, Luci Nugent

A salute to the city of New York kicks off Jerry Lewis's 11th fund-raising campaign for Muscular Dystrophy from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas. Celebrities scheduled to join in the tribute include New York anchorman Buddy Hackett, New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay, Jack Albertson, Hermione Gingold, Ed McMahon, Rita Moreno, Barbara Walters, Earl Wilson, the members of Broadway casts and WNEW radio disc jockeys. Other guests scheduled to appear include Jan Murray, who does the honors in Hollywood, Roy Clark, who hosts the Nashville Segment, and Don Adams, Muhammad Ali, Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Ruth Buzzi, Carol Burnett, Johnny Cash, John Cassavetes, Joan Crawford, Sammy Davis Jr, Bob Denver, Mike Douglas, Peter Falk, Glenn Ford, Robert Goulet, Curt Gowdy, Merv Griffin, Richie Havens, Helen Hayes, BB King, Jack Klugman, Hope Lange, Carol Lawrence Johnny Mathis, Luci Nugent, Hugh O'Brian, Patti Page, Arnold Palmer, Minnie Pearl, Don Rickles, Richard Roundtree, Leslie Uggams, Sarah Vaughan,Dionne Warwick and Roy Wilkens.  
The broadcast begins at 9 PM Eastern time on September 2nd, 1973 and concludes on September 3rd, 1973 at 6:30 PM Eastern time. This was the first time the telethon was telecast from Las Vegas.                                                                 
#824: 1973 WORLD SERIES: N.Y. METS VS. OAKLAND A'S, THE
1973-10-21, WNBC, 40 min.
Dick Williams, Reggie Jackson, Rollie Fingers, Bert Campaneris, Charles O. Finley, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Monte Moore, Darold Knowles, Joe Rudi

Curt Gowdy does the play-by-play from the Mets top of the eighth inning in this seventh and deciding game. Tony Kubek and Monte Moore interview the victorious Oakland team from their clubhouse. They interview owner Charles O. Finley, who congratulates team captain Sal Bando. Also interviewed are manager Dick Williams, Joe Rudi and Reggie Jackson, who reveals there was a threat on his life by the "Weatherman" terrorist group. He also gives praise to Dick Williams. Moore interviews Darold Knowles, Rollie Fingers, Sal Bando and Bert Campaneris. Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
#829: A SALUTE TO HANK AARON: HOME RUN NUMBER 715
1974-04-09, NBC & CBS, 41 min.
Joe Garagiola, Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Pearl Bailey, Curt Gowdy, Ross Porter, Tony Kubek, Monte Irvin, Roger Mudd, Eric Sevareid

A special Monday Night Baseball presentation with pre-game ceremonies salutes Henry Aaron who speaks to a full house from Atlanta, Georgia before the game. Curt Gowdy, Joe Garagiola and Tony Kubek are in the Broadcasting Booth. The National Anthem is sung by Miss Pearl Bailey for this Brave and Dodgers contest. Hank Aaron's first plate appearance in the second inning is a walk. But coming to bat for the second time, Aaron hits career home run number 715 and Hank Aaron thanks his fans and receives special gifts including a ring and a watch, presented by Monte Irvin on behalf of Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, who is not in attendance. Gowdy, Garagiola, and Kubek discuss the significance of the 715 home runs before the game resumes. Also on this tape is a CBS news broadcast from Los Angeles. Ross Porter recounts the events of the day and in addition, a CBS next day news program with aftermath reactions is presented. Aaron is interviewed at his home the morning after. There is a poignant editorial reflection on the comparison of Babe Ruth to Hank Aaron by CBS News correspondent Eric Sevareid on the National Evening News with Walter Cronkite. Roger Mudd substituting.
#832: WAY IT WAS: 1951 PLAYOFFS, THE
1974-09-00, WNET, 11 min.
Duke Snider, Russ Hodges, Willie Mays, Leo Durocher, Bobby Thompson, Ralph Branca, Curt Gowdy, Ernie Harwell, Don Newcombe

Host Curt Gowdy reminisces with Ernie Harwell, Leo Durocher, Ralph Branca, Don Newcombe, Willie Mays, Duke Snider and Bobby Thompson, who hit the home run heard around the world as the N.Y. Giants beat the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1951 Playoffs. Also heard is Russ Hodges' live play-by-play of that memorable moment, tape-recorded by a fan from the radio broadcast.
#833: 1974 WORLD SERIES: L.A. DODGERS VS. OAKLAND A'S, THE
1974-10-17, WNBC, 34 min.
Sal Bando, Reggie Jackson, Bert Campaneris, Charles O. Finley, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Bowie Kuhn, Monte Moore, Ray Fosse, Jim "Catfish" Hunter

Curt Gowdy anounces the play-by-play from the top of the Dodger 8th inning. Tony Kubek does the "color" commentary from the victorious Oakland clubhouse. Monte Moore and Kubek interview commissioner of baseball Bowie Kuhn, who presents the championship trophy to the A's team. There are interviews with Catfish Hunter, Sal Bando, Reggie Jackson, Bert Campaneris, Ray Fosse and owner Charles O. Finley. Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
#835: WAY IT WAS: DON LARSEN'S PERFECT 1956 WORLD SERIES GAME, THE
1974-12-26, WNET, 29 min.
Duke Snider, Mel Allen, Casey Stengel, Mickey Mantle, Curt Gowdy, Clem Labine, Sal Maglie, Don Larsen

Host Curt Gowdy reminisces with Mel Allen, Casey Stengel, Mickey Mantle, Duke Snider, Clem Labine and Sal Maglie about Don Larsen's Perfect 1956 World Series Game.
#840: 1975 WORLD SERIES: CINCINNATI REDS VS. BOSTON RED SOX, THE
1975-10-22, WNBC, 37 min.
Sparky Anderson, Clay Carroll, Johnny Bench, Curt Gowdy, Don Gullett, Marty Brennerman, Tony Perez, Tony Kubek, Ned Martin

Curt Gowdy announces the play-by-play from the last of the eighth inning, with the score tied 3 to 3 in this final seventh series game. Tony Kubek and Ned Martin do the "color" commentary. From the victorious Reds Clubhouse, Marty Brennerman and Kubek interview Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson, Joe Morgan, Pete Rose, Clay Carroll, Johnny Bench, President Bob Howsam, Chairman of the Board Louis Nippert, Don Gullett and Tony Perez. In the booth, Curt Gowdy and Joe Garagiola wrap up the broadcast.
#7605: AMERICAN SPORTSMAN, THE
1976-03-14, ABC, 60 min.
Curt Gowdy, Peter Benchley

Curt Gowdy hosted this outdoor series in which celebrities and athletes went hunting and fishing. It was seen on Sunday afternoons on ABC.

January 31, 1965 - June 24, 1984.

 The program surfaced again in 1989 and 1990 as one time specials.    

On this episode, the guest is author Peter Benchley.              
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