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Product Details

  • Actors: The St. Louis Cardinals
  • Directors: Major League Baseball
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 200 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005CXOGB4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,479 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

This Week in Baseball

Tony LaRussa Segment

Postseason Highlights

World Series Highlights & Celebration

World Series Parade


Editorial Reviews

Product Description

They believed. They wanted it. They overcame a 10.5-game deficit in late August and claimed a playoff berth on the final day of the regular season. They then conquered the Philadelphia Phillies, and prevailed against the Milwaukee Brewers.

Facing off next against the Texas Rangers the St. Louis Cardinals fell behind 3-2 in the Fall Classic despite the record-setting performance of Albert Pujols. But back at Busch Stadium, a Game 6 for the ages unfolded as the Redbirds who were twice down to their last strike, rallied in both the ninth and 10th innings, when hometown hero David Freese crushed an all-time walk-off home run in the 11th inning to force a Game 7. In the deciding game, ace Chris Carpenter s steely performance and a two-run double from World Series MVP Freese delivered the franchise s 11th World Series Championship.

This official DVD from Major League Baseball Productions provides comprehensive highlights, exclusive access and interviews, plus breath-taking footage that captures the thrilling story of this St. Louis Fall Classic triumph.

Special Features

  • This Week in Baseball
  • Tony LaRussa Segment
  • Postseason Highlights
  • World Series Highlights & Celebration
  • World Series Parade

Customer Reviews

Highly recommended for all Cardinals fans!
Elizabeth Ganey
I've been a long time fan for over 40 years and it was one of the best World Series I've ever seen, especially Game 6.
Midwest Mark
The dvd was exactly what I ordered and it came in the mail very fast.
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Parker J. Bena on November 22, 2011
Format: DVD
I just got a copy of the 2011 Official World Series Film and it is awsome! Hearing the reactions from the guys to the various pivotal moments of the Fall Classic made them all the more special. I love the way all the key points of the season were highlighted - the loss of Wainwright, the early woes of the bullpen, the Pujols injury, the Rasmus Trade, the ascent to the Wild Card - everything.

There is also a bonus disc featuring Game Five of the NLDS against the Phillies - possibly the gutsiest Chris Carpenter performance ever - in its entirety.

I also liked the fact that most of the game audio was taken from Mike Shannon and John Rooney on KMOX. Much better than hearing those sniveling Yankee and Red Sox appologists on FOX.

I loved how each game was encapsulated, especially the dramatic fashion in which the stage was set for Games Six and Seven.

One thing I had a problem with was the narration. While I do think that Jon Hamm did a good job, I would much rather that Billy Bob Thornton (who narrated the 2006 Official World Series Film) had been the narrator.

I think captions would have been a plus, but, otherwise, in terms of content, it blows the 2006 World Series Film away.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chris on December 1, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a 2 DVD set where the first disk, in lightning speed, goes over brief parts of the St. Louis Cardinals regular season and playoffs, and then each game of the World Series. The second disk is worth the price alone, containing game 5 of the NLDS, considered to be one of the most decisive 1-0 games in baseball history.

The length of the first disc is about an hour. The editing is poor, jumping around in time, sometimes in flashes, making it confusing to watch. If you don't pay attention, you could lose your place. And be ready with the pause button, because if any text appears on the screen (a record being broken for example), you won't have time to read it. I got a much better feel for what it was trying to do after going thru it a second time.

Bonus features included the following:

This Week in Baseball: Lance Berkman
Prime 9: Tony LaRussa
NL Wild Card Clinch (Short snip of locker room celebration, no interviews)
Game 5 NLDS: Last out
Game 6 NLCS: Last out
Game 3 World Series: Pujols' 3 home runs
Game 6 World Series: Freese's triple to tie
Game 6 World Series: Berkman's single to tie
Game 6 World Series: Berkman/Freese press conference
Game 6 World Series: Freese's Walk off home run.
Game 7 World Series: Freese's double to tie
Game 7 World Series: Last out.

Sound options are:

2.0 Stereo
Dolby Digital
5.1 Surround sound (not Dolby)

There is, I'm afraid, no closed captioning option.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Larry Underwood on November 24, 2011
Format: DVD
For Cardinals fans still floating on cloud nine after St Louis polished off the Texas Rangers in Game Seven of the 2011 World Series, this marvelously crafted film recounting the most improbable championship season in franchise history should keep the euphoria at a fever pitch through the long off-season, and beyond.

Certainly, the historical significance of what the Cardinals accomplished in 2011 is astounding - from the wild finish to the regular season which got them the Wild Card berth in Game 162 - to the shocking five game triumph over the Phillies in the NLDS (Carpenter's Game Five masterpiece is included as a bonus) - to the incredible offensive display in the six game whipping of the Brewers in the NLCS - and finally, to the thrilling showdown against Texas which culminated in the Cardinals' eleventh World Series championship, overall.

This was indeed a magical championship run for the Redbirds; here's a great way to relive the magic, with the St Louis Cardinals 2011 Official World Series Championship Film. It's a definite winner!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kanter on December 4, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Living in St.Louis and being a Cardinal fan all my life, I didn't think any DVD could do the Card's 2011 season justice. But, I couldn't pass up the chance to check it out.
This DVD showed so many things than in the "heat of the moment" a lot of us Cardinals fans didn't see in real time. The camera angles are the best I have ever seen. At one point you could actually see the expression on Yadi's face moments before he threw out a runner. Amazing. The interviews were great. This DVD also showed many parts of the stadium that an average fan doesn't see. Kudos to all of those who worked so hard to get this out in such a short length of time. It was a great look back at one of the most amazing finishes in baseball history. Well done.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jruser on December 26, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I don't normally write reviews but I haven't found very much information about the Blu-Ray. For people looking for this information, here you go. Everything on the disc, including the bonus features, is in 1080i AVC video with a bitrate that bounces mostly between 15Mbps and 25Mbps. Everything on the disc also has a DTS-HD MA audio track. The track is 5.1 for the main film/documentary, but Stereo for everything else. I won't comment on the film/documentary, since other reviewers have that covered. It is basically a quick 1.5 hour summary of the season, mostly focusing on the World Series.

The Blu-Ray set is 1 disc, but on the disc is the entire Game 5 from the NLDS. This is the main draw of this disc for the serious fans. This essentially contains the entire TBS broadcast, minus the commercials. The picture quality is better than the TBS HD broadcast, but not at the level of watching a good film on Blu-Ray. Despite the sound track technically being a stereo track, it is essentially a dual mono track. The exact same sound comes from both of the front speakers. If you have ProLogic II enabled on your receiver, all sound comes from the center channel. There is only one audio track, so it is definitely a missed opportunity. I would have loved to have a choice of the radio announcers (like on the World Series set). There are chapter stops at each half inning. The total running time of the game is 2 hours and 1 minute. After watching this, I absolutely think full length baseball games and Blu-Ray are a good fit. If they did surround sound and included the radio tracks, it would be flawless.

The bonus features are each under 5 minutes. There are short clips about LaRussa, Berkman, etc.
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