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    What is possibly the oldest CB TV broadcast that exists?

    Now I've seen some 80's televised game popping up on Youtube from time, including Superbowl XX but with the 50th anniversary of the 63 Championship this year, chances of finding an actual TV broadcast of the game or even the 65 Bears & 49er's game where Gale Sayers score 6 touchdowns is probably 1 in a million because back in the day most NFL games weren't preserved?
     
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    I don't think entire games were preserved either Mike. I think we'd have to search back to when Ed Sabol began NFL Films and when entire games were recorded as opposed to just highlights. Someone who might know is the Bears PR mouthpiece Larry Mayer.
     
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