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Mar 2, 2010

ACP - 270 - Teresa Strasser and Bald Bryan pt.1

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  • over six years ago
    Ani
    I reckon it was the Australians who relaly pushed to change the bouncer rules. But the WIndies stopped winning because they stopped producing fantastic cricketers, not because of any rule changes. Shame because I always loved to watch them play and now they can't even yield a decent wicket let alone a decent team.
  • over six years ago
    Roger
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  • over six years ago
    Telhs
    This is THE BEST documentary I've ever seen based on Cricket.It gave me eeprxience to watch a war movie based on a right tale. Incredible background music gre8 cinematography Wow' editing n really excellent use of photographs.Hatz of to the guys who make this and SALUTE to West-Indies team who were unbeaten for 15 years Don't ve word to describe my feelings.but I can surely say that.. IT S IS MUST WATCH FOR EVERY TRUE CRICKET LOVER!
  • over six years ago
    Poogie
    being a massive WI criekct i keenly watched this last week sorry to say while enjoyable, really one-sided, blatantly biased and was tempted to stop watching after their reflection of the Indian series of 76/77. Enjoyable doco excellent for people who know nothing about criekct or like to remember with rose coloured glasses. . And for the record, i do believe WI had no fantastic quick bowlers when the rules were changed AGAINST the English bowlers after Bodyline.
  • over six years ago
    Ranjit
    how funny that the Brits have their own equivalent of AFI that's both seerval decades older and totally unknownIve been making compariosns.It's not quite the same entity, the BFI does a lot of the same kind of stuff the AFI does but...The BFI also has a large film archive for example, which I dont think the AFI does, not to the same extent anyway.The BFI also funds some movie production which isnt an activity of the AFI.Googling their URLs gives 63 million for AFI, 21 million for the BFI. So a rough and ready comparison gives the AFI three times the web presence of the BFI.AFI, BFI - FYI.
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