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The World Series DVD is more than 80 minutes of pure, inside baseball action. This program includes the spectacular, exclusive high definition imagery captured by Major League Baseball Productions crews, exclusive behind the scenes access and interviews, and all of the history making moments fans remember from television coverage.
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CastCurt Schilling, Boston Red Sox
Genre:  Sport
DVD Release Date:  November 30, 2004
Runtime:  80 minutes
Studio:  Atlantic / Wea
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review by . June 09, 2005
If you are a Red Sox fan you probably already have this DVD sitting on your bookshelf. The amazing antics of the 2004 Sox have killed "The Curse" for good and any fan would want to be able to relive this moment for the rest of their lives. The only problem that I really have with this DVD is how quickly they pass over the Yankees comeback, the true story of the 2004 Boston Red Sox. Not only did the Red Sox reverse the curse, they did it in the most imporbable, humiliating fashion against their hated …
review by . November 28, 2004
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Dennis Leahry, fresh off The Curse of the Bambino special he narrated, does an excellent job in this one. It does everything to put an end to the curse including having several living Red Sox from prior teams, cheering on the 2004 version. The ultimate is when they tell Johnny Pesky that this championship is your too!    Great extras including all the walk-off home-runs and some real hilarious commentary by Kevin Millar!
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