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  • Actors: 1999 Playoffs
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 394 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WMA74U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,248 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The complete Network Broadcasts of the 1999 post-season run of the St. Louis Rams: Rams 49, Vikings 37 - NFC Divisional Playoff; Rams 11, Buccaneers 6 - NFC Championship; Rams 23, Titans 16 - Super Bowl XXXIV. The 1999 season represents the Rams first and

Customer Reviews

I purchased this set for a huge Rams fan for a Christmas present and he loved it!!
MommaMayI
Also, the disc ends with the most exciting final play of a Super Bowl, and they cut it off immediately after the official rules Dyson down.
Wilcy Moore
First, no even quick intro to let us know that the game we are about to watch is superbowl 34.
football E.D.

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Wilcy Moore on February 9, 2008
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FYI - These games are not complete. The Super Bowl game has 13 plays edited out of it, including nearly all of a Rams scoring drive in the second quarter. The fades to and from commercials are the most abrupt I've seen yet. They don't even let the announcer finish a sentence. Also, the disc ends with the most exciting final play of a Super Bowl, and they cut it off immediately after the official rules Dyson down. A couple of different replay angles sure would have been nice. Oh yeah, one other thing - the aspect ratio is listed in the product detail as being 1.66:1. It isn't. It's actually 1.33:1.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By VWC on December 31, 2007
Yes, these games are taken from the original network broadcasts. However, they have been chopped or shortened to the point of irritation. The makers of this DVD could not even wait for certain sentences out of the broadcasters mouths to be finished before they fade out to the next segments. Many replays are gone and there is no pre-game coverage. The thing that disappointed and actually shocked me the most though was on the Super Bowl disc. Just over 5 seconds after the game ends, the DVD ends!!! After the most memorable finish in Super Bowl history, there is absolutely no coverage of post game or celebration of ANY kind!!! Why??? Most people who are interested in purchasing this collection are probably Rams fans. Did they think we would be bored by watching the COMPLETE broadcast? If you already have a decent copy of these games recorded from television, do yourself a favor and hold on to those instead of buying this. If you are a casual fan, I suppose it's better than nothing.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul MacAllister on December 27, 2007
Great compilation of the unforgetable 1999 season that was the Rams rise to glory. These 3 games are from the playoff drive including the Super Bowl. Warner to Bruce to start the game against Minnesota, Warner to Proehl for the win against the Bucs, alet's not forget Mike Jones' game saving tackle to preserve the win in against the Titans. Great gift for the Rams fan in your family!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Alan Bowe on January 10, 2013
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I was not completely satisfied with this product. The main issue was that these were not complete games, I wanted the whole game with the half time shows, post game reports ect.Overall good but not great or excellent!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By football E.D. on April 24, 2009
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I was very upset especially when I watched the superbowl dvd. First, no even quick intro to let us know that the game we are about to watch is superbowl 34. They show Curt Warner and straight to the opening kickoff nothing even resembling an introduction. Once a field goal, or extra point is hit or missed,right away it fades to black and goes to the next play or kickoff. You would expect to at least let the broadcaster finish his sentence and show the score before going to the next play. It goes a little like this "the field goal is good- 2 seconds later- the kickoff on the way" The superbowl dvd also has alot of plays missing, they dont show the complete drive that leads to the rams second field goal which is big because there is a dropped pass in the endzone that leads to the rams having to kick the field goal.On that drive,they show the first down play then seconds later they show the rams kicking the ball off with 3 to 4 minutes taken off the clock and the rams going from up 3-0 to 6-0. If I would've known this I would not have ordered the dvd's, especially when after each game the game ends quickly and you dont even see the final score on the screen like you normally would after a game, its really bad with the superbowl when you see the amazing final play, then seconds later THAT'S IT.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Douglas R. Esker on February 22, 2008
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I bought these DVDs as a native St. Louisan and Rams fan, and have enjoyed them tremendously. Just watching the first quarter of the Divisional Playoff game against the Vikings was reason enough to put a smile on my face. Watching Warner, Faulk, & Bruce steamroll through the Vikings defense like they're not even there is loads of fun and makes you nostalgic for the glory days of the Greatest Show on Earth (or Turf, as Warren Sapp would later call it).

I do agree with some of the other comments about the abrupt transitions following scoring drives; it's quite odd to not let Pat Summerall even finish his sentences before fading to black. Something else was even more bizarre, though. The DVD package comes with a sticker on the front stating that this commemorates the Rams run to "Super Bowl XXXV". What the fudge?! Every Rams fan knows Super Bowl XXXIV was the one that ended with Mike Jones' tackle. SB XXXV didn't even feature the Rams, it was Ravens over Giants, for Pete's sake! Stuff like this gives the impression of a slapped-together product hastily assembled in an Indonesian sweatshop by malnourished orphans and put out for a quick buck.

Still, it's definitely worth the money for me to see these classic games again and relive the exhilaration of the Super Bowl THIRTY-FOUR run. Loved it! Go Rams!
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This team effectively came out of nowhere, going, in a few short months, from also-rans who had no business being competitive--let alone a contending team--to becoming the Greatest Show on Turf, culminating with a Super Bowl Championship. Behind it all was a quarterback who came out of nowhere to go from an undrafted free-agent third-string mop-up man in his official rookie season in 1998...to a promoted back-up quarterback in 1999...to a starter when the starting quarterback went down in pre-season...who took this team on an unforgettable ride any football fan can NEVER deny!!!! Despite the limitedness of these games, being on DVD, of course, in 4:3 formation, these games are still wonderful to have, nonetheless!!!!!! And anyone who truly appreciates football can appreciate this team, this season and these original post-season broadcasts. I also had a blast living during 1999, and these games are a time capsule which ties nicely into those sweet memories about a sweet period, a great, memorably fun year for me and a truly great team.
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