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A profile of Marty Glickman (1917-2001), a member of the U.S. track team at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin and football star at Syracuse University before embarking on a legendary career as a sportscaster for New York's professional teams, including basketball's Knicks, and football's Giants and Jets.
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The rousing story of Marty Glickman,who invented,in the 1940s and 1950s, the modern style of sports broadcasting.
Marty Glickman was simply being the best Marty Glickman he could be. For many he wasn't just the best Marty Glickman he was simply: the best.
The documentary hews to a conventional structure, its own story chronological and in some instances, perfunctory, using archival voiceover from Glickman (who died in 2001) as well as bits of his announcing.
Not many documentaries-not many, certainly, devoted to sports figures-can claim to bring their subjects to life so fully.
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