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  • Let’s Go Hawks!

    Let’s Go Hawks!

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  • Bobby Hull #5

    Bobby Hull #5

    Part of an interview with hockey great Bobby Hull. With jokes, anecdotes and stories, Hull discusses his career as a hockey player with both the Chicago Blackhawks and the Winnipeg Jets. He also comments on his relationship with his family, particularly his father, and explains why he refers to his time in Chicago as,”the greatest years of his life.”

  • Bobby Hull #6

    Bobby Hull #6

    In this segment of an interview with the legendary Chicago Blackhawks player, Bobby Hull delves deeper into his love for the city of Chicago, Chicago fans, and his time as a hockey player. He also discusses the high salaries for current hockey players, in addition to retirement and his personal philosophies on sports.

  • [Once A Star raw: Bobby and Dennis Hull #7]

    [Once A Star raw: Bobby and Dennis Hull #7]

    This tape is comprised of a short interview segment with hockey legend Bobby Hull, as well as some b-roll of Bobby and brother Dennis Hull skating and shooting around an ice rink. In the interview, Hull gives insight into the fleeting nature of playing on a hockey team, his relationship with his brother Dennis, and his current career in the cattle business. It was shot for the documentary Once A Star.

  • Once A Star #2

    Once A Star #2

    The second of two hour-long programs profiling former professional athletes. The show focuses on these athletes’ lives after retiring from sports, with archival footage sprinkled throughout. We get an in-depth look at these personalities, while also indirectly getting a sense of the difference between professional sports of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s versus today: virtually all of the athletes work for a living. This program includes segments on Former Chicago Bears Doug Atkins and Bill Wade;  pioneer female jockey Robyn Smith; hockey’s Dennis and Bobby Hull; pool hustler and oddball raconteur Minnesota Fats; baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn; and former world heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson.

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