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April 23, 1979 | William Oscar Johnson
Though they are always interesting and usually quite informative, the documentaries of Bud Greenspan have been of uneven quality. For example, a program on Jesse Owens' return to Berlin and the series, The Olympiad,...
December 20, 1976 | Robert Cantwell
Coming down the stretch in the 1933 Kentucky Derby, Brokers Tip and Head Play were nose to nose, with Charley O four lengths back. From the middle of the stretch to the finish line, Jockeys Don Meade, on Brokers Tip,...
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...
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...
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...