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Denver Broncos: The Complete History

4.6 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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Two minutes to go...the metal rafters of mile high resonate with the fury of 76,000 wild BRONCOMANIACS...Elway takes the snap and the glorious history of the Denver Broncos starts yet another chapter. For the first time, nearly 50 years of Denver Broncos football is presented in the 2-DVD set "The Complete History of the Denver Broncos". NFL Films takes you inside the Broncos with ELWAY, ALZADO, SHANAHAN, and the ugliest socks in the history of football. You'll see the breathtaking comebacks, meet the royalty of orange and blue, and relive the glory of the two-time Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos. With one of professional sports' greatest franchises, anything can happen. Don't miss out on the action!

Special Features

  • The Complete History of the Denver Broncos
  • Special features: Mike Shanahan: In Their Own Words, John Elway: In Their Own Words
  • NFL's Greatest Games: "The Drive"
  • Special features: John Lynch: In Their Own Words, Jake Plummer: In Their Own Words, Floyd Little, "Tombstone Jackson," John Ralston

Product Details

  • Actors: John Elway, Mike Shanahan, Rod Smith
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • 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:
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  • Studio: NFL
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 373 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GYI34A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,729 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Christopher J. Mccune on November 16, 2006
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As a lifelong Denver resident and Bronco fan, I was greatly anticipating the release of this DVD. I was sure NFL Films would pull out some great footage that hadn't been seen before, and we could get a really in-depth look at the development of the Rocky Mountain region's first major league football franchise, as well as a game or two from the past.

If you are a die-hard Broncos fan from before the Elway era, you may be disappointed with this DVD. While understandably focusing a great deal of attention on the man that has come to define the franchise and his impact after retirement, very little attention is given to the players that first captured the city's heart in the late 60s and early 70s, especially the Orange Crush. Surely NFL Films could have gotten long-time defensive coordinator Joe Collier, Randy Gradishar, Rubin Carter, or Louis Wright to sit down for a few minutes and provide their thoughts on those years. However, there is a nice section in the main feature on Marlin Briscoe, the first starting black quarterback in the AFL or NFL, as well as other lesser-known but significant players like Charley Johnson. This historical oversight might be due to the fact that up until the mid 1970s, the Broncos just weren't a very good team and thus the archival footage of their games and players is scarce, but it is still disappointing. Insights from Tim Mckernan, the "Barrel Man," provide a nice view of a true-hardcore fan, as well as former LB Tom Jackson, who truly seems to appreciate and relish just how devoted the team's fans are.

If you are an Elway fan, you'll love this DVD. The crux of this compilation focuses on the man's impact on the franchise and how he has come to be synonomous with the team, the city, and its identity.
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Although some of the material has been released previously, the material contained here makes for a reasonably good collection. There are some missing parts of the history but it would be difficult to include everything pertinent to the history of the Broncos and keep it under five discs.
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I bought this DVD for my husband for Christmas and he absolutely loves it! Being a big Elway fan for years, he says he's never seen a better DVD on the Broncos and Elway. Thanks!!!
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I know that with these "Complete History" sets, there are always going to be complaints about what was and was not included. However, while this was a good set, I think that there were glaring omissions. First off, I loved that they highlighted the 1960-1970s Broncos. Prior to this DVD, I had no idea about this chapter in the history other than the 1978 Super Bowl. It was good to see how it took over 15 years before the Broncos first became competitive. They spent plenty of time on all the coaches and the key players as well.

However, while the 1960s-1970s were well covered, I think that they kind of dropped the ball on the 1980s-1990s. They really did not spend too much time on the losing 1980s Super Bowl seasons. They covered "The Drive" & "The Super Bowls" but other than that, they really did not spend a whole lot of time on them. I would tend to think that there were some important games during those seasons.

Secondly, they spent almost no time on the tumultuous relationship between Elway and Dan Reeves and Elway and the fans/media. The Reeves-Elway relationship dominated the late 1980s-early 1990s and led to Reeves being fired in 1992(and replaced by Wade Phillips who they don't even mention and go right to Mike Shanahan). It was even spotlighted on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Also, it was known that until he won the 2 Super Bowls, Elway had a love-hate relationship with the fans and media. This was not highlighted in the DVD. These events would seem like something that should at least deserve mention since they demonstrated the adversity that Elway, the most important Broncos of all-time, faced throughout his career

Lastly, the 1996 & 1998 seasons were really short-changed.
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Goes through the history of the Broncos. Pretty well made although it's kinda old...

Wish they would have covered some stuff they skipped over like the changing of the uniforms and more about TD. Although I haven't gone through all the extra scenes though.
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This is a fantastic DVD set. A must have for any Broncos fan. The history itself is very well done, and the hour long specials on Elway and Shanahan are great as well. There is one on Lynch, which is cool, but Plummer? They probably could have left that one out.
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This DVD contains the most memorable moments in Broncos History. I really enjoyed watching it. Altought I certainly would have loved to see more of other great players like Dennis Smith, Steve Atwater and Louis Wright.
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By Z. crews on January 9, 2007
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I love the Broncos and have seen the lows ( 80's Super Bowls ) and the highs ( 90' s Super Bowls ) so I was excited about this release. Overall, it is good. The first DVD is a lot of good info and history while disc two is the Drive game in Cleveland. Yeah, a great game for sure and I love it, but I would have loved to have seen their first Super Bowl win as a complete game. I love the Broncos so I like this DVD, but it leaves one desiring a lot more knowing their rich history.
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