Lost Treasures

Season 2 Episode 5

Lost Treasures of the Super Bowl, I / VIII

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Aired Unknown Jan 26, 2001 on ESPN Classic
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Lost Treasures of the Super Bowl, I / VIII
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Steve Sabol believed he had seen everything about all the Super Bowls. Still, he and his staff unearthed a great deal of unused footage. Recount the barrenness of Super Bowl I, the chaos of the Super Bowl IV halftime, Baltimore's almost casual sideline during Super Bowl V (which the Colts won), and the staunchness of the Redskins' sideline at Super Bowl VII.moreless

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    Manny Fernández

    Manny Fernández

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    leRoy Neiman

    leRoy Neiman

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    Neil Leifer

    Neil Leifer

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    Ed Sabol

    Ed Sabol

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Steve Sabol declared that NFL Films produced "a 2½-hour recap" of Super Bowl III for ESPN. In fact, it only ran 90 minutes. See The NFL's Greatest Games.

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    • NOTES (3)

      • Among the interviewees is sports photographer Walter Ioss, Jr.

      • Among the shots deleted from the NFL Network's broadcast of this program, was the competition between Walter Iooss and Neil Leifer over whose Super Bowl I photo would make the cover of Sports Illustrated the next week.

      • Enough evidence suggests that this hour was originally designed to cover the first eight Super Bowls:
        (1) DirecTV guides identify this program as "The Super Bowls I-VIII"
        (2) Ed Marinaro, a reserve on the Vikings team that lost Super Bowl VIII, was credited as one of the guest stars in this episode's opening sequence
        (3) Check out the quote from Steve Sabol in the episode titled "The Super Bowl: VIII-XIII," as he wraps up the unseen Super Bowl VIII footage.

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