Very amusing video of "bowling tricks" from 1948

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+5 1. dopkop commented 7 years ago

Suuuhhhwelll! Good going guy!

Hehehe that's a permagrin if I've ever seen one :-D
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+8 2. Malakyte commented 7 years ago

If YouTube existed in 1948, he would have been the Papa of all the Papas! I don't know about you but I recognize here some concepts seen in many YouTube channels (such as the "Slow Mo Guys" or other basket ball trick shots).
Also, that's quite a thing because at that time, you couldn't use a Digital Video Cameras to shoot these sequences again and again until you succeeded.
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+5 3. Zebulun commented 7 years ago

Too bad announcers don't do commentary like this any more.
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+2 4. mwak commented 7 years ago

So much fun to have commentaries like those ones. Both of them seemed like they had fun making this video :)
I also like the non-standard angles of the views sometimes, It's quite common now but at that time that wasn't something you'd see much.

Thanks for sharing this :)