The 2004 World Series finally saw The Curse of The Bambino lifted for the Boston Red Sox as they finally rose to victory, to the delight and huge relief of their fans. REVERSE OF THE CURSE OF THE BAMBINO explains the whole story, from how the 1919 sale of George Herman Ruth started the whole curse, to the incredible scenes that followed the 2004 victory. For Red Sox fans, this is a moment to be cherished. Yankees fans may want to look away.
Description by Warner Home Video:
In 1918 the Boston Red Sox won their fifth World Series, thanks in great part to a young pitching and hitting sensation from the slums of Baltimore, named George Herman Ruth, a.k.a. The Babe, or The Bambino. A year later, after not advancing to the playoffs, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold the Babe to the New York Yankees. In turn, the Bronx Bombers went on to win an incredible 26 World Series titles. Die-hard Red Sox fans who have lived their entire lives lamenting this trade have come to refer to it as The Curse of The Bambino.The Reverse Of The Curse Of The Bambino features new footage from the devastating '03 Pennant loss, the highlights of the historic '04 playoff victories and The World Series sweep. In addition, this acclaimed documentary combines unforgettable archival footage with contemporary interviews that focus on the true Red Sox fans who have been dreaming of the day they could see The Curse put to rest, once and for all.
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