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Blades and Brass (1967)

A look at the 1967 National Hockey League season.

Director:

William Canning
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A look at the 1967 National Hockey League season.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

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Lames et cuivres See more »

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Classic Hockey with Herb Alpert inspired Jazz
10 August 2006 | by jamiesonrothwellSee all my reviews

This is one of the more unique hockey films out there. Footage from 1960's NHL games were accompanied by a then hip jazz soundtrack. The end results are impressive and very beautiful. A good argument for hockey as the beautiful game.

For those of us who weren't around during the original six days or for those who long for the days when there was still snow in parts when the Stanley Cup was won, this is the film for you. As for you Leaf fans this should give you a snapshot of when the team was a powerhouse.

The NFB has always been good for short films like this and this one carries the passion for hockey that is pretty common in Canada. Enjoy


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