Harvard Beats Yale 29 29

Harvard Beats Yale 2929 is a 2008 documentary film by Kevin Rafferty, covering the 1968 meeting between the football teams of Yale and Harvard in their storied rivalry. The game has been called the most famous football game in Ivy League history.

Created essentially as a oneman production, Rafferty followed a simple production plan by intercutting broadcast video of the game with interviews hed done with close to 50 of the surviving players. The broadcast video was a color kinescope of the WHDH telecast, with Don Gillis doing the playbyplay. The film was set to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1968 game between Yale and Harvard.The documentary includes game footage with contemporary interviews with the men who played that day, as well as contextual commentary about the Vietnam War, the sexual revolution, Garry Trudeaus Yale cartoons, and various players relationships with George W. Bush Yale, Al Gore Harvard, and Meryl Streep Vassar. ........

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