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"30 for 30" Four Days in October (2010)

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30 for 30: Season 1: Episode 24 -- When the night of October 16, 2004 came to a merciful end, the Curse of the Bambino was alive and well.


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5 October 2010 (Season 1, Episode 24)
The Boston Red Sox overcome "The Curse" and defeat the New York Yankees in the 2004 American League Championship Series. In the process, they also become the first team ever to win a series after trailing three games to none. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast)

Bronson Arroyo ... Himself

Lenny Clarke ... Himself

Johnny Damon ... Himself
Terry Francona ... Himself
Pedro Martinez ... Himself
Kevin Millar ... Himself

David Ortiz ... Himself
Dave Roberts ... Himself

Curt Schilling ... Himself
Bill Simmons ... Himself

Episode Crew
Directed by
Gary Waksman 
Produced by
David Check .... executive producer
John Dahl .... executive producer
Benjamin Fertig .... associate producer
Connor Schell .... executive producer
Bill Simmons .... executive producer
Jeff Spaulding .... field producer
Original Music by
Joel Beckerman 
Cinematography by
Samson Chan 
James Potocki 
Tom Rome 
Brian Schulz 
Film Editing by
Josh Oshinsky 
Pete Panagoulias 
Art Department
Charlie Tang .... graphics
Sound Department
Shane Bronson .... audio
Chris Rogers .... audio
Alan Strusser .... audio
Editorial Department
Santiago Gutierrez .... on-line editor
Other crew
Cari Davine .... vp of business affairs
Eric M. Johnson .... executive in charge

Series Crew
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Directed by
Reggie Rock Bythewood (2009-2010)
Bill Couturié (2009-2010)
Jonathan Hock (2009-2010)
Steve James (2009-2010)
Lucas Jansen (2009-2010)
Adam Kurland (2009-2010)
Brett Morgen (2009-2010)
Ron Shelton (2009-2010)
Jeff Zimbalist (2009-2010)
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53 min

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2 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Wow., 19 August 2012
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

While I think the filmmakers could have explained more about the history of the rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox as well as the Sox drought on World Series wins, this is otherwise this is a perfect sports documentary. Even though I knew that the Red Sox managed to finally win a series against the dreaded Yankees (and so will most viewers), they managed to create a HUGE sense of tension--one that kept you on the edge of your seat--years and years after this great series. Excellent editing, a nice use of stock footage and interviews and nice music--it all came together on this one and Gary Waksman should be commended on this one. Well worth seeing--particularly if you are Bostonian. And if you are a Yankees fan, get over it--after all, you have a bazillion World Series wins to console you over this one loss!

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