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#9013: NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
1959-12-27, NBC, 180 min.
Frank Gifford, Van Patrick, Kyle Rote, Charlie Conerly, John Unitas, Lenny Moore, Alan Ameche, Raymond Berry

Live radio coverage of the 1959 National Football League Championship Game between the Eastern division champions the New York Giants and the Baltimore Colts, the champions of the Western division. The Colts defeated the Giants 31-16 at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore for their second straight NFL title and their second straight title win over the Giants. Van Patrick calls the play-by-play.            
#7498: " A PUNT, A PASS, AND, A PRAYER."
1968-11-20, NBC, 80 min.
Nancy Dussault, Betsy Palmer, Paul Dooley, Don Defore, Kyle Rote, Jack Somack, Eugenia Rawls, Steve Roland, Wallace Rooney, Ralph Meeker, John McCurry, William Kerwin, John Gerstad, Herbert Anderson, Hugh OBrian, Shelly Novack

A former big league quarterback, sidelined by a serious head injury, struggles to return to big-time football.  

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#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.
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