[Billy and Brian Murray at the Superbowl]

Raw and unused footage from "TVTV Goes To The Superbowl." This tape features footage of Bill Murray and his brother Brian at the 1976 Superbowl. Bill pretends to be an odd Dallas Cowboys' super fan who wondered onto the field before the game. This tape also includes footage of interviews for the show "Chicago Slices."

00:00Copy video clip URL Tape begins with some footage from the beginning of an interview with a woman in downtown Chicago. There is also footage of some type of program taped off of the television.

00:23Copy video clip URL Cut to a shot of the field at the 1976 Superbowl in Miami. Bill and Brian Murray on go through an amusing ordeal as Brian, acting as a security guard, tries to escort Bill off of the field. A group of Pittsburgh Steelers fans begin to heckle Bill as well.

04:35Copy video clip URL Cut to a few interviews with some Chicagoans. Skip Blumberg asks the interviewees about their Chicago experience and the best places to get a good cup of coffee in the city. These interviews were used for an episode of “Chicago Slices.”

08:48Copy video clip URL Cut to a segment from the program “Fabulous 50′s.” Fred Astaire dances with Mary Chase in an Emmy-award winning performance.

10:12Copy video clip URL Mary Martin introduces clip of Louis Armstrong performing “On the Sunny Side of the Street.”

12:01Copy video clip URL Fade into a shot of Martin as she talks about her own performance in “Peter Pan.”

12:28Copy video clip URL Dissolve into a scene of Martin in “Peter Pan.” Martin and the children perform the song “I’m Flying.”

14:40Copy video clip URL Fade into a shot of Martin signing off. The credits of the show quickly follow.

15:24Copy video clip URL As the credits roll by, clips of various stars from the fifties make up the remainder of the program.

15:54Copy video clip URL Cut back to Skip Blumberg continuing to interview Chicagoans about their experiences in the city. This lasts for the remainder of the tape.

 

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