A Look At The Cubs, 1972

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A look at the 1972 Cubs lineup featuring clips from the 1971 season and interviews with the players at spring training in Scottsdale, AZ. Reporters: Jack Brickhouse and Jim West.

0:20Copy video clip URL Show opens with Joe Pepitone singing “My Kind of Town.”
0:59Copy video clip URL “A Look at the Cubs, 1972 is brought to you by US Steel.” Followed by a commercial for US Steel focused on the use of steel in motor homes.
2:10Copy video clip URL Program open featuring a montage of Cubs footage, including newspaper headlines about the return of manager Leo Durocher.
3:12Copy video clip URL Interview with Durocher about the ’72 team lineup over footage of Cubs spring training in Scottsdale, AZ.
5:29Copy video clip URL Clip of an August 20, 1971 between Houston and the Cubs with Fergie Jenkins as pitcher.
6:05Copy video clip URL Interview with Fergie Jenkins about the upcoming season.
6:52Copy video clip URL Clip of a previous Cubs win with pitcher Burt Hooton.
7:10Copy video clip URL Interview with Hooton about his knuckle curve ball.
8:13Copy video clip URL Clips from previous games highlighting the Cubs outfielders.
10:18Copy video clip URL Interview with Milt Pappas.
11:24Copy video clip URL Interview with Bill Hands, who complements his former teammate Kenny Holtzman.
11:57Copy video clip URL Clip from a previous no-hitter pitched by Kenny Holtzman between Cincinnati and the Cubs.
12:28Copy video clip URL Interview with Randy Hundley.
13:25Copy video clip URL Commercial for US Steel, highlighting their work creating sightseeing cables in the Colorado Royal Gorge.
14:26Copy video clip URL Clip from a previous home run by Billy Williams on opening day at Wrigley Field.
15:15Copy video clip URL Interview with Billy Williams.
16:07Copy video clip URL Clip of Ron Santo’s 300th home run on September 21, 1971.
16:34Copy video clip URL Interview with Ron Santo.
17:02Copy video clip URL Overview of “unusual things” that happened in 1971 to the Cubs, including a pitcher who didn’t notice he dropped the ball and a knuckleball by Hooton that went sideways.
18:35Copy video clip URL Interview with Bill North.
18:54Copy video clip URL Interview with Jim Hickman.
19:37Copy video clip URL Interview with Rick Monday, who talks about stealing bases and the particular skill of his teammate, Jose Cardenal.
20:38Copy video clip URL Interview with Jose Cardenal about stealing bases and talks about his teammate Joe Pepitone in Spanish.
21:26Copy video clip URL Clips of the wacky Pepitone, who apparently also is well-appreciated by female fans.
22:05Copy video clip URL Interview with Pepitone, who talks about his business, Pepitone’s, and his teammate Glenn Beckert.
23:03Copy video clip URL Clip of hits by Beckert in previous games.
23:20Copy video clip URL Interview with Beckert, who talks about his batting average and his teammate Don Kessinger.
24:09Copy video clip URL Interview with Kessinger, who congratulates the ice skaters from Northbrook, IL who competed in the winter Olympics and talks about his teammate Ernie Banks.
24:58Copy video clip URL Clip of Ernie Banks’ 512th home run at Wrigley Field against the Reds in 1971.
25:14Copy video clip URL Interview with Banks, who gives the 1972 Cubs slogan: “Something old, and something new. The Cubs will win in ’72! Hey hey!”
25:58Copy video clip URL Commercial for US Steel highlighting their work in bridge building.
27:09Copy video clip URL End credits.
28:17Copy video clip URL End of tape.

 

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  1. Philip Segretti says:

    I wish to purchase A look at the 1972 Cubs. Please make this available.

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