Golf – 1987 – Brent Musburger Asks Greg Norman + Seve Ballesteros On Their Picks Lakers Vs Celtics

DOG ASIDE: CBS’s Brent Musburger provides us with interesting insight into just how much professional golfers enjoy the NBA…..as he canvasses Greg Norman, Nick Price, David Graham and Seve Ballesteros ….all of whom are not necessarily from countries that had strong basketball programs back then….albeit  Australian and Spain do now.  It is easy to see…

Horse Racing – 1987 – Jim McKay Tells Of Son Bettering Father In Story Of Alysheba + Alydar

DOG ASIDE:  I have often written about the “elegance and eloquence” of Jim McKay when he gets a mike in his hand to introduce an event featuring a special athlete…..and this video is just living proof of how we feel about McKay…..“The son surpassing the father….a very American story.”….as he tells the story of Alysheba…

MLB – 1986 – Don Drysdale Interviews US Vice Pres George H Bush On Meeting Babe Ruth In 1941 At Yale

DOG ASIDE:  Hall of Fame Dodger Pitcher “Don Big D” Drysdale interviews U S Vice President George H Bush in this video herewith…..and Big D introduces George H as a member of the Yale baseball team in 1941….when Babe Ruth paid a visit to Yale during the time when he was dying of cancer…..and Bush tells of getting…

Olympics – 1984 – Los Angeles Games – Donna De Varona Interviews USA Carl Lewis After 4th Gold Win

DOG ASIDE: The piece of video represents an absolutely priceless gem in our ImaSportsphile treasure chest of vintage memories…..first and foremost for the “fingerprint” of history that it represents….as Carl Lewis had not only just completed his final leg of a World Record setting race by the USA men’s 4 x 100m relay….but also, the moment…

Special – 1986 – NBCs One Minute Pause For Intermission For Super Bowl XX – Bears Vs Patriots

DOG ASIDE: Intermissions in early films had a practical purpose….as they were needed to facilitate the changing of reels….evidenced by when Les Amours de la reine Élisabeth (The Loves of Queen Elizabeth), starring Sarah Bernhardt, opened on July 12, 1912 in the Lyceum Theatre in New York City….the four reel film was shown in four acts, with an intermission at each reel…

Music – 1978 – The NBC Classical Chorus – The Was A Ship That Sailed To Sea All In The Month Of May

DOG ASIDE: This video features Saturday Night Live guest host Eric Idle….of Monty Python fame….singing a classical chorus with Not Ready For Prime Time Players members Jane Curtain, Bill Murray and Laraine Newman in a 1978 episode….which shows the diverse talents of some really outstanding comedians.  The truth of the matter is that the Not Ready For Prime Time Players cast…

MLB – 1986 – ABC Tim McCarver Interviews Mets Manager Davey Johnson After NLCS Game 6 Win Vs Astros

DOG ASIDE: David Allen Johnson (born January 30, 1943) is an American former professional baseball player and manager…..who played for the Baltimore Orioles from 1965–1972…. Atlanta Braves from 1973–1975….Yomiuri Giants from 1975–1976….Philadelphia Phillies from 1977–1978….and Chicago Cubs in 1978.  He has managed the New York Mets from 1984–1990….the Cincinnati Reds from 1993–1995….the Baltimore Orioles from 1996–1997…..the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1999–2000….and the Washington Nationals from 2011–2013.  Johnson won the American League’s Manager of the Year…

NHL – 1987 – Tom Mees Introduces Rendez Vous 87 – Featuring Canada All Stars Vs USSR National Team

DOG ASIDE: Rendez-vous ’87 was an international ice hockey series of games between the Soviet Union national ice hockey team and a team of Canadian All-Stars from the National Hockey League….which was held in Quebec City….and replaced the NHL’s All-Star festivities for the 1986–87 NHL season. The Soviet team was paid $80,000 for their appearance in Rendez-vous ’87….while the Canadian NHL All Stars raised $350,000 for…

NBA – 1986 – WTBS Rick Barry Highlights The Story Of The Slam Dunk – A Symphony In D Major

DOG ASIDE: A slam dunk, also simply known as a dunk, is a type of basketball shot that is performed when a player jumps in the air….while controling the ball above the horizontal plane of the rim….and scores by putting the ball directly through the basket with one or both hands….which is considered a type of field goal that  is worth two…