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Product Details

  • Actors: Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Colts, Peyton Manning
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, 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: NFL
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 341 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GYI34K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,869 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Disc 1:
  • The History of the Baltimore Colts
  • NFL's Greatest Games: 1958 championship
  • Special features: Johnny Unitas, Raymond Berry, Mike Curtis, 1967 Colts, Memorial Stadium, John Mackey, "Big Daddy" Lipscomb, Jim Parker, Jimmy Orr
  • Disc 2:
  • The History of the Indianapolis Colts
  • Special features: The Monday Night Miracle, Peyton Manning: In Their Own Words, Jim Mora, Dwight Freeney's Football Lesson, 2005 Colts vs. Rams: Manning and Harrison break the all-time touchdown record

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Product Description

The names are legendary - Unitas and Berry, Manning and Harrison, Shula and Dungy. The games -- from the "GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED", to the "MIDNIGHT MIRACLE" are unforgettable. Now NFL Films brings them all to you as part of the "History of the Colts" DVD. Disc one brings you the full history of the team's BALTIMORE era, including the 1958 and '59 Champions and the incredible story of Super Bowl V. Disc two details the Colts arrival in the HOOSIER state, the incredible would-be comeback in the 1995 AFC Championship Game and the high-flying Peyton Manning era. With over six hours of action spanning more than 50 years of Colts Football, "THE HISTORY OF THE COLTS" DVD is a must-have for any pro football fan.

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Colts: The Complete History is a tale of two cities. The first disc is a 65-minute history of the team in Baltimore, from its woeful start in the 1950s to the building of a powerhouse led by coach Weeb Ewbank, Alan Ameche, and ninth-round draft pick Johnny Unitas. They went on to the 1958 championship, later dubbed "the greatest game ever played," and were embraced by the blue-collar town. Later years included Super Bowl III under new coach Don Shula, the last-minute thrills of Super Bowl V, Joe Thomas's subsequent dismantling of the team that led to Unitas' final game in Baltimore, the dawning of the Bert Jones and Ted Marchibroda era, and, on March 28, 1984, the Mayflower vans that departed for Indianapolis. Among the interviewees are WR Raymond Berry, DT Art Donovan, DE Gino Marchetti, coach Don Shula, RB Lenny Moore, and executive Ernie Accorsi. Filling out disc 1 are 54 minutes of featurettes and an hourlong "Greatest Games" spotlight on the 1958 championship.

The 45-minute history on disc 2 focuses on the Colts' 1984 welcome to Indianapolis and the subsequent development of the team. Again starting with some lean years, the Colts traded for Eric Dickerson and drafted Jeff George, Steve Emtman, and Marshall Faulk. After a run to the 1995 AFC Championship game, the arrival of superstars Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, and Edgerrin James as well as coach Tony Dungy helped the Colts battle the Steelers in the January 2006 playoffs. Interviewees include Marchibroda, Jim Harbaugh, and Jim Irsay, the son of the team's late owner, Robert Irsay, but none of the current players. The 140 minutes of bonus features include the 2003 "Monday Night Miracle" when Dungy returned to Tampa Bay, the 2005 Game of the Week in which Manning and Harrison made history, an interview with Manning, and shorter pieces on coach Jim Mora (discussing his infamous meltdowns), and Dwight Freeney. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

This was a great Christmas gift for my wife.
Gene Gall
I grew up with the mighty Indianapolis Colts and fell in love with the team during the Harbaugh era and of course am a huge fan today.
Randy Ringer
The first disk (Baltimore Colts) will be great, as any Baltimore fan knows.
John S. Phillips

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 15, 2006
The first dvd is fantastic. It covers the history of the BALTIMORE Colts (1953-1983) and should be seen by every football fan. This dvd really shows what the Colts meant to that city, and what a great team they were. By the way, dont miss the extras: they alone are worth the cost of the dvds. In these extras there are excellent bios of the great Colts: Unitas, Berry, Curtis, Mackey, etc., plus a very well done story of the 1967 Colts, who were one of the greatest teams not to make the playoffs, and the 1958 NFL Championship in its entirety, which I think is the best NFL Films presentation of all time, and that's saying something.

The second dvd is very good too, covering the history of the INDIANAPOLIS Colts. Its extras are good too: including the Monday Night Miracle comeback and bios of Manning, Mora and others. I liked it very much, but Baltimore fans can be forgiven for using this second dvd as a drink coaster.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By BaltoColtNut on February 14, 2007
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Being Baltimore Born and Baltimore Bred, I can not claim any positive feelings toward the Indianapolis Colts. But my love for the Baltimore Colts continues. I was a little gunshy getting this DVD because I was afraid it would be too Indy based. But NFL Films did a wonderful job of separating the Colt eras. The 65 minute profile of the Baltimore Colts is fantastic. But what makes it even better are the special features, including the OUTSTANDING NFL Films profile on the '58 Championship Game. I will cherish the Baltimore DVD for the rest of my life. The Indy DVD is in the hands of a co-worker who likes the Irsay Colts (that still hurts), so we are both winners.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By William J. Bauman on November 29, 2008
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Disk #1 is great! Worth the price even though the second disk comes as a bonus. If you were ever a true Baltimore Colts fan, you really need to own this DVD Set. It took 15 years to become a Colts fan again as I really enjoy watching Manning. Reminds me of the the days I spent biting my nails over what Johnny U was going to do next. The second disk was OK until they gave a hero's recognition to Irsay, honoring that fat drunken lush in their ring of fame. The best thing that man ever did was die and to honor him as some sort of savior was ludicrous. Disk #2 is a true bike reflector!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gene Gall on July 12, 2014
This was a great Christmas gift for my wife. I am from Chicago but we live in Baltimore. She remembers how they sold stock to the common man to get the Colts here in the first place. We both lament how Irsay snuck them out of town. They were heroes on and off the field. Locals still tell stories about the generosity and compassion of Johnny Unitas and others.
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The Colts are not my team, but as a fan of NFL history in general, I really enjoyed this. The 1958 game, the 1995 season led by Jim "Comeback Kid" Harbaugh, and so much more span both of these discs. For a Colts fan it is a must have, but even for a fan of the NFL one will find a lot of great footage, and a lot of stories that bring back memories of past games no matter what your age is. The only downer to this set is that it was produced right before they won the Superbowl, so it is kind of bittersweet in the final few minutes of the 2nd disc how they speak of "trying to get back there" when in fact, they were just months away from reaching that very pinnacle. Excellently produced, this is one of the better NFL team documentaries I have seen.
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By Jamaal D. King on April 28, 2010
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this dvd is super great even tho i thought they should have shown more highlights in the manning era and more special features on disc2. but other than that this dvd is great. if they had waited one more year to release this dvd would have had our 06 superbowl highlights but its all good. i luv the highlights of johnny unitas raymond berry lenny moore and other greats. GO COLTS BABY
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Harbaugh and the Colts of the mid '90s are dismissed as a one-year Cinderella story primarly. That's a shame because he wasn't Tim Tebow. Instead of a feature on Harbaugh, we get Jim Mora? He's more a Saints guy. I'm also wondering why they didn't cover WHY the Colts moved to Indy. At least one sentence or two. We get nothing, only that we had a stadium for them and a rabid fan base. The unwillingness of Baltimore to build a new stadium was not mentioned in the Baltimore disc at all.
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By Frank B on May 11, 2014
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SAVE YOUR MONEY, I PURCHASED THIS ITEM TWICE. THE BALTIMORE COLTS DVD WAS DEFECTIVE, BOTH TIMES I ORDERED THIS I COULD NOT PLAY THE BALTIMORE COLT DVD, KEPT SAYING NOT READING. I PLAYED IT ON THREE DIFFERENT PLAYERS AND STILL NO PLAY. I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE THIS HAPPENED TO. I WOULD HAVE PAID THE MONEY JUST FOR THE BALTIMORE COLT DVD BY ITSELF, IF IT WOULD HAVE WORKED. WHY THEY CONTINUE TO SELL THIS ITEM, I JUST DO NOT UNDERSTAND. I GIVE THIS A ONE STAR RATING AND THAT IS FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS COLTS DVD. BUYER BE WARE. ONE UNHAPPY BALTIMORE COLTS FAN. I WANT TO THANK AMAZON.COM FOR ALLOWING ME A CHANCE TO GIVE MY REVIEW ON THIS ITEM AND MAYBE THE DEALERS THAT CONTINUE TO SELL DEFECTIVE ITEMS GET A BAD RATING SO CUSTOMERS WILL NOT BUY ANY OF THE PRODUCTS. THANK YOU
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I like the second disk just as much. Its nice to see the colts win one in a city where fans are going out to see their games, they didnt get that luxury their last few years in Baltimore. It's really funny, the fans quit going to their games, the stadium fell apart and the city threatened to... Read More
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