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Rare Video: Cubs vs. Tigers in The 1935 World Series

From Chicago magazine:

"In the February 2012 issue of Chicago magazine, we profile Doak Ewing, owner of perhaps the nation's largest private collection of sports films - more than 3,000 reels in all. His company, Rare Sportsfilms, rescues and restores reels of old sports footage and produces about 15 new DVDs a year. This video is of the 1935 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Detroit Tigers, excerpted from one of Ewing's Baseball Classics DVDs."


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See also:
* Telling The Tale Of A Perfect Find

* Interview with Doak Ewing

* Rare Sports Films

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