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Super Bowl V - Is there a copy of the tv telecast anywere? (1 Viewer)

JohnnyU

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I read that NBC recycled tapes in those days because of $$$ and that someone did own a copy but wouldn't release it. I guess we can be assured that NFL films owns a copy, but we will never be able to relive the "Blunder Bowl". I remember watching the game when I was 11 years old and was scared to death when Dallas had the ball in the final minutes, but when Craig Morton threw that interception to "Mad Dog" Mike Curtis, I jumped out of that chair in jubilation. I would love to be able to see that entire game again, but I guess it will never happen in my lifetime.

 

Kool-Aid Larry

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tenyardtorrents has this bit of it

Super Bowl V (partial-most of 2nd quarter)
Baltimore Colts vs Dallas Cowboys
January 17,1971
Orange Bowl- Miami, FL (79,204)
2:00pm - NBC - Curt Gowdy/Kyle Rote/Bill Enis
Source: Umatic video from network Archive> DVD> ISO image
Total File Size:2.09GB

95802f8a484b7aaf9e3ebcd5d6cf90a2fc111351

 

The_U

Footballguy
Anyone know the frequency these guys accept new registrations? They're "full" at current.

 

QuizGuy66

Footballguy
I read that NBC recycled tapes in those days because of $$$ and that someone did own a copy but wouldn't release it. I guess we can be assured that NFL films owns a copy, but we will never be able to relive the "Blunder Bowl". I remember watching the game when I was 11 years old and was scared to death when Dallas had the ball in the final minutes, but when Craig Morton threw that interception to "Mad Dog" Mike Curtis, I jumped out of that chair in jubilation. I would love to be able to see that entire game again, but I guess it will never happen in my lifetime.
we need to send some FBG over to get the tapes for you :boxing:

-QG

 

JohnnyU

Footballguy
I read that NBC recycled tapes in those days because of $$$ and that someone did own a copy but wouldn't release it. I guess we can be assured that NFL films owns a copy, but we will never be able to relive the "Blunder Bowl". I remember watching the game when I was 11 years old and was scared to death when Dallas had the ball in the final minutes, but when Craig Morton threw that interception to "Mad Dog" Mike Curtis, I jumped out of that chair in jubilation. I would love to be able to see that entire game again, but I guess it will never happen in my lifetime.
we need to send some FBG over to get the tapes for you :boxing:

-QG
I'd pay for a copy for sure.

 

JohnnyU

Footballguy
I bought this DVD. It's a 3 hour 19 minute dvd and is about as good as I'm going to get.

Super Bowl 5 (1/17/71) Baltimore Colts vs. Dallas Cowboys. Television broadcast of the 2nd quarter, along with the T.V. audio broadcast of the pre-game show, 1st, 3rd, 4th quarters and post-game show. Johnny Unitas throws a 75-yard TD pass during the second quarter. Jim O’Brien kicks the game-winning field goal with 5 seconds remaining. Includes the 25-minute “Highlights Of Super Bowl 5” video. Custom DVD. 3:19 total. -- $20.95

 

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