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April 13, 1970 | Wilfrid Sheed
Questions of artistic integrity seldom arise with baseball documentaries. But when Bud Greenspan tried to sell the networks a film version of Lawrence Ritter's minor classic, The Glory of Their Times, he found that...
May 17, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
Calling a horse race is the trickiest form of the sports-announcing art. If you doubt that, ask Bud Greenspan, author of this week's recapitulation (page 40) of Clem McCarthy's famous Preakness blooper of 1947, who...
May 19, 1975 | William Leggett
Bud Greenspan is the producer, the director and the writer of Cappy Productions, a six-person outfit that makes sports documentaries for television. Except that he keeps a pipe stuck in his mouth instead of a...
April 05, 1976 | William Leggett
Nothing in the foreseeable future will change the main problem confronting the Public Broadcasting Service when it turns its hand to sports. Because of its constant shortage of funds, PBS cannot now—and probably...