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Was very interesting and entertaining. Gave a unique perspective about the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders and their class act during those years. Great doc.
Was very interesting never knew how professional cheerleaders first started. Suzanne was a powerhouse in a mans world I can only imagine what she went through to take care of those girls the way she did. The Cowboy Cheerlearders must have really loved their team for doing practices and games at just $15.00 a game.
Loved how they put the in celebrities bits with the great music all at the beginning and end.
I was pleasantly surprised at how good this documentary was. It was a great history of the time, glory days of the Cowboys & cheerleaders too. Very entertaining! Loved all the interviews with past cheerleaders & Suzanne the director. Also, the local historians took me right back to the glory days. I highly recommend this documentary!
At a time when women were struggling to be heard, this documentary gives the DCC their voice. The women on the squad were strong, intelligent and wore the uniform proudly in spite of the controversy surrounding them. For the first time you will hear how this journey changed their lives and formed the sisterhood that remains strong still today.
Whether you're a fan of cheerleading or a football fan who loves the "glory days" of the NFL...this is a must see! The movie tells the story of how the infamous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders came to be through the memories of the original Director, Suzanne Mitchell and many of the women that were part of this "new era" in the 70's. I loved seeing the old photos and videos of the DCC, Cowboys, coaches and Texas Stadium! You'll hear many behind the scene stories about gangsters, a wink and the woman who's life was threatened to protect her girls. See this movie, you won't be disappointed!
This documentary is a must see! It will take you back to the empowering and pivotal time that was the beginning of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders phenomenon with their director, Suzanne Mitchell. Very well done!
This is a fantastic film about the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Director from 1976-1989, Suzanne Mitchell. In 1976, Tex Schramm, the then General Manager of the Dallas Cowboys organization, suddenly assigned Suzanne, his personal secretary In 1976, to take charge of the girls after a wink from a cheerleader in Super Bowl X brought national attention to the squad. She became the fiercely loyal & protective den mother by setting strict rules & regulations, involving the girls with community service by visiting childrenï¿ 1/2(TM)s hospitals & nursing homes, as well as involving them with USO tours to entertain troops abroad. She later became known by the other NFL Cheerleaders as the ï¿ 1/2Godmother of Professional Cheerleadingï¿ 1/2Â?ï¿ 1/2Â?.
An excellent documentary about the DCC during the era when the Dallas Cowboys were truly a great team!
A great story, told thru the eyes of Suzanne Mitchell the fearless director of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. She would stop at nothing to protect the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders name. Even taking on the mob! Great footage, interviews and pictures of former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
Very entertaining, and well told thru the films director Dana Shapiro.
Well told story of the beginning of the phenomenon known as the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. These women were the Sexual Revolution. As told by their original director and the women who were cheerleaders at that time