Opening Ceremony to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with special guests including those of British Royalty and Loyalty and special acts including Her Majesty jumping out of a helicopter ... See full summary »
The games of the 28th summer olympiad returned to the birthplace of the Olympics - Athens, Greece. The games ran from August 13 to 29th 2004. Athens hosted 11,099 athletes, the largest ... See full summary »
Coverage of the Games of the XXVI Olympiad and unofficially known as the Centennial Olympic Games, which were a major international multi-sport event that took place in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, from July 19 to August 4, 1996.
Originally, the chimneys in the Industrial Revolution sequence were to be contained in deep tunnels dug underneath the stadium. However, the track and field for the athletics had already been made underneath the stage which could not be altered. Therefore, the chimneys had to be redesigned as inflatable structures that could collapse and be stored in a small amount of space. See more »
It was one amazing show both for the audience in the stadium (believe I was there) and audience at home watching it on TV. I think this ceremony had great/key moments that will be talked for years to come in the TV/Olympics history. Such as the Industrial Revolution, the power of the visual of it and the Olympic rings being forged was amazing. The Queen and Mr Bean scenes were brilliantly funny and greatly filmed, memorable TV moments. And the torch what an amazing idea putting it all together. The soundtrack of the ceremony was amazing and powerful as well.
For people who don't understand it... stop being lazy and pay the deserved attention to the ceremony, watch it again if you need and everything makes sense.
It was Britain at his best. In my opinion the best Olympics Opening Ceremony so far. Beijing was good but London was brilliant!
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