Special – 1939 To 1973 – NBCs Tribute To Hollywoods Duke – The Story Of John Wayne

DOG COMMENTARY:    The way Bone Daddy puts it….there is simply not enough space herewith to tell how much the  Duke influenced the lives of dang near all young boys growing into manhood in West Texas during the 1950’s and 1960’s….cuz in BD’s opinion….there were two American heroes of whom the vast majority of the West…

Boxing – 1930s + 1940s – Special Tribute – Joe Louis – The Brown Bomber

DOG COMMENTARY:     Joseph Louis Barrow was best known as Joe Louis….and nicknamed the “Brown Bomber”, was an American professional boxer….who competed professionally from 1934 to 1951….and he reigned as the world heavyweight champion from 1937 to 1949….while being considered to be one of the greatest heavyweights of all time….as Louis’ championship reign lasted 140 consecutive months….during which he participated…

Boxing – Great Grudge Fights – Ali-Frazier & Robinson-Fullmer & Louis-Schmeling & Dempsey-Tunney

DOG COMMENTARY:    This HBO Boxing Special with Hosts Barry Tompkins and Larry Merchant….in which they review all of The Greatest Grudge Fights throughout the history of boxing is without a doubt one of the true treasures within our ImaSportsphile boxing library…..cuz within the four corners of the ring….where the “sweet science of boxing” of boxing is exhibited….there lies…

NCAAM Basketball – Special – 50 Years Of Final Fours – 1939 To 1989

DOG COMMENTARY: This 23 minute video was presented on CBS in 1989 with Host Jim Nance….who still today in 2016 is involved with CBS Sports coverage of the NCAAM Final Four telecast…..as he provides the viewing audience with a walk down memory lane for all fans of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament….known today as March…

MLB – Music – Take Me Out to the Ballgame – With Highlights Of Fans

DOG COMMENTARY: i am just a simple chiweenie Sportsphile….who grew up with the original Sportsphile….the guy who was responsible for taping the 2300 hours of vintage sports, comedy and music that I have undertaken the daunting task of posting the entire cotent of this library….which was recorded on Sony Betamax cassette recorders some 26 –…

MLB – Advertisement – Meet Babe Ruth – On VHS And Betamax – $14.95

DOG ASIDE: Every now and then….and way back when our entire 2300 hours of vintage sports, comedy and music was recorded from 1977 to 1991….there were small clips of various advertisements that were recorded purely for historical purposes….and this 1.5 minute video below provides an excellent example of such a recording….as this video advocates that…

MLB – Special – 1933 – 1st All Star Game – Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Lefty Gomez Carl Hubbell & More

DOG ASIDE: Back in the decade of the 1970’s and 1980’s, ESPN presented some of the best vintage baseball videos….which were generally hosted by George Grande….and covered some of the early days of baseball….like this rare treasure of footage covering the 1st All Star Game played on July 6, 1933, at Comiskey Park in Chicago,…

MLB – Special – The Old Ball Game – Host Commissioner Branch Rickey imasportsphile.com

DOG COMMENTARY: Talk about an absolute treasure of video baseball footage….for this video is very special to Bone Daddy….cuz it features some of the oldest video footage of any sport that Imasportsphile has in its 2300 hours of vintage sports, comedy and music that is continually being posted almost every day to Imasportsphile….and after posting…

MLB – Special – History Of Black Players In Baseball – The Boys In The Field Of The Negro Leagues

DOG COMMENTARY: The Negro leagues were United States professional baseball leagues comprising teams predominantly made up of African Americans and, to a lesser extent, Latin Americans. The term may be used broadly to include professional black teams outside the leagues and it may be used narrowly for the seven relatively successful leagues beginning in 1920…