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Super Bowl XLVII (2013)

TV Movie  |  Sport  |  3 February 2013 (USA)
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The AFC champion Baltimore Ravens and the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers play for the championship of the National Football League in New Orleans, Louisiana.


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Credited cast:
Herself - Halftime Show Performer
Herself, Halftime Performer
Ray Lewis ...
Himself - Baltimore Ravens LB
Jim Nantz ...
Himself - Play By Play Announcer
Himself - Color Commentator
Jim Harbaugh ...
Himself - San Francisco 49ers Head Coach
Himself - Baltimore Ravens WR / KR
Colin Kaepernick ...
Himself - San Francisco 49ers QB
Ray Rice ...
Himself - Baltimore Ravens RB
Joe Flacco ...
Himself - Baltimore Ravens QB
Frank Gore ...
Himself - San Francisco 49ers RB
Solomon Wilcots ...
Himself - Sideline Reporter
David Akers ...
Himself - San Francisco 49ers K
John Harbaugh ...
Himself - Baltimore Ravens Head Coach
Patrick Willis ...
Himself - San Francisco 49ers LB


On February 3rd, 2013, two fierce competitors squared off in New Orleans for the Lombardi Trophy. Facing retirement Ray Lewis knew he needed to use the force to defeat the evil empire, the San Francisco 49ers. After training for years in the Dagobah System the Baltimore defense was able to overcome and beat the 49ers. Written by Tom Jones

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This was the first Super Bowl in which the teams' head coaches were brothers, Baltimore's John Harbaugh and San Francisco's Jim Harbaugh. See more »


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The Lights Out game
3 February 2013 | by (St. Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

The Baltimore Ravens were winning 28-6 right after a 108 year kickoff return to start the 2nd half of the 47th Super Bowl. But shortly after the lights suddenly go out in the Louisiana Superdome for 34 minutes. Totally changing the momentum of the game. The 49ers come charging back with 17 unanswered points. The game was definitely a nail biter to the point where the Ravens purposely gave up a safety to run out a few more seconds off the clock so when the 49ers received the eventual kick it would be a situation where they had to return the kick to win the game, no chance to run an offensive play at all. Great and innovative coaching decisions at crucial moments of the game by both Harbaugh brothers, each head coaching the opposing side of the game. One of the most dramatic super bowl games I've ever seen, for sure.

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