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Super Bowl I More Super Bowl Pages VideoThe lost footage of Super Bowl I
After remaining anonymous and communicating with the media only through his lawyer since the recording's discovery, the owner of the recording, Troy Haupt, came forward to The New York Times in to tell his side of the story.
NFL Films had a camera crew present, and retains a substantial amount of film footage in its archives, some of which has been released in its film productions.
Once all the plays were located, NFL Films was able to put the plays in order and stitch them together while fully restoring, re-mastering, and color-correcting the footage.
Finally, audio from the NBC Sports radio broadcast featuring announcers Jim Simpson and George Ratterman was layered on top of the footage to complete the broadcast.
This footage was nearly all on film with the exception of several player introductions and a post game locker room chat between Pat Summerall and Pete Rozelle.
The Los Angeles Ramettes, majorettes who had performed at all Rams home games, entertained during pregame festivities and after each quarter.
Also during the pregame, the University of Arizona band created a physical outline of the continental United States at the center of the field, with the famed Anaheim High School drill team placing banners of each NFL and AFL team at each team's geographical location.
The halftime show featured trumpeter Al Hirt , the marching bands from the University of Arizona and Grambling State University , pigeons, 10, balloons and a flying demonstration by the hydrogen-peroxide-propelled Bell Rocket Air Men.
Summerall and Ratterman were forced to share a single microphone. The teams traded punts on their first possessions, then the Packers jumped to an early 7—0 lead, driving 80 yards in six plays.
The drive was highlighted by Starr's passes, to Marv Fleming for 11, to Elijah Pitts for 22 yards on a scramble, and to Carroll Dale for 12 yards.
On the last play, Bart Starr threw a pass to reserve receiver Max McGee , who had replaced re-injured starter Boyd Dowler earlier in the drive.
Dowler had injured his shoulder two weeks prior after scoring a third quarter touchdown; Cowboys defensive back Mike Gaechter had upended him several steps after scoring and he landed awkwardly.
McGee slipped past Chiefs cornerback Willie Mitchell , made a one-handed catch at the yard line, and then took off for a yard touchdown reception McGee had also caught a touchdown pass after replacing an injured Dowler in the NFL championship game.
On their ensuing drive, the Chiefs moved the ball to Green Bay's yard line, but kicker Mike Mercer missed a yard field goal.
Early in the second quarter, Kansas City drove 66 yards in six plays, featuring a yard reception by receiver Otis Taylor , to tie the game on a seven-yard pass to Curtis McClinton from quarterback Len Dawson.
But the Packers responded on their next drive, advancing 73 yards down the field and scoring on fullback Jim Taylor 's yard touchdown run with the team's famed Packers sweep play.
Taylor's touchdown run was the first in Super Bowl history. This drive was again highlighted by Starr's key passes.
He hit McGee for 10 yards on third and five; Dale for 15 on third and ten; Fleming for 11 on third and five; and Pitts for 10 yards on third and seven to set up Taylor's TD run on the next play.
Dawson was sacked for an eight-yard loss on the first play of the Chiefs' next drive, but he followed it up with four consecutive completions for 58 yards, including a yarder to Chris Burford.
This set up Mercer's yard field goal to make the score 14—10 at the end of the half. At halftime, the Chiefs appeared to have a chance to win.
Many people watching the game were surprised how close the score was and how well the AFL's champions were playing.
Kansas City actually outgained Green Bay in total yards, —, and had 11 first downs compared to the Packers' nine.
The Chiefs were exuberant at halftime. Hank Stram said later, "I honestly thought we would come back and win it.
On their first drive of the second half, the Chiefs advanced to their own yard line. But on a third-down pass play, a heavy blitz by linebackers Dave Robinson and Lee Roy Caffey collapsed the Chiefs pocket.
The wobbly pass was intercepted by Willie Wood. This was "the biggest play of the game," wrote Starr later.
Stram agreed that it was the critical point of the game. The Chiefs were forced to deviate from their game plan, and that hurt them.
The Kansas City offense totaled only 12 yards in the third quarter, and Dawson was held to five of 12 second-half pass completions for 59 yards. Meanwhile, Green Bay forced Kansas City to punt from their own two-yard line after sacking Dawson twice and got the ball back with good field position on their own yard line despite a clipping penalty on the punt return.
McGee subsequently caught three passes for 40 yards on a yard drive. Taylor ran for one first down, Starr hit McGee for 16 yards on third-and, and a third down sweep with Taylor carrying gained eight yards and a first down at the Kansas City The drive ended with Starr's yard touchdown toss to McGee on a post pattern.
Midway through the fourth quarter, Starr completed a yard pass to Carroll Dale and a yard strike to McGee, moving the ball to the Chiefs yard line.
Four plays later, Pitts scored his second touchdown on a one-yard run to close out the scoring, giving the Packers the 35—10 win. Also in the fourth quarter, Fred Williamson, who had boasted about his "hammer" prior to the game, was knocked out when his head collided with running back Donny Anderson 's knee, and then suffered a broken arm when Chiefs linebacker Sherrill Headrick fell on him.
Hornung was the only Packer to not see any action. Lombardi had asked him in the fourth quarter if he wanted to go in, but Hornung declined, not wanting to aggravate a pinched nerve in his neck.
After the game was over, a reporter asked Vince Lombardi about if he thought Kansas City was a good team. Lombardi responded that though the Chiefs were an excellent, well-coached club, he thought several NFL teams such as Dallas were better.
Sources: NFL. Note: According to NBC Radio announcer Jim Simpson 's report at halftime of the game, Kansas City led 11—9 in first downs at halftime, — in total yards, and — in passing yards Green Bay led 51—39 in rushing yards.
Bart Starr completed eight of 13 with no interceptions, while Len Dawson was 11 of 15 with no interceptions. Green Bay led 14—10 at halftime.
Green Bay had the ball five times, although only for a minute or so on the last possession; they punted on their first possession, scored a touchdown on their second, punted on their third, scored a touchdown on their fourth, and had the ball when the half ended on their fifth.
Kansas City had the ball four times — punting on their first possession, driving to a missed field goal on their second possession, scoring a touchdown on their third, and kicking a field goal on their fourth.
This means, in the second half, Green Bay led 12—6 in first downs, —58 in total yards, —25 in passing yards, and 82—33 in rushing yards the Packers won the second half, 21—0.
Starr and his late-game replacement, Zeke Bratkowski , were eight for 11 with one interception; Dawson and his late-game replacement, Pete Beathard , were just six for 17, also with one interception.
Each team had the ball seven times in the second half, although Green Bay's first possession was just one play and their seventh possession was abbreviated because the game ended.
Green Bay scored a touchdown on their first one play possession, punted on their second, scored a touchdown on their third, was intercepted at KC's yard line on their fourth just Starr's fourth interception of the year , scored a touchdown on their fifth, punted on their sixth, and had the ball when the game ended on their seventh possession.
Kansas City was intercepted on their first possession — Wood's return to the five set up Pitts' touchdown which made the score 21—10 — and then punted on each of their next six possessions.
Because this was the first Super Bowl, a new record was set in every category. All categories are listed in the NFL Fact book.
Source:  . Note: A six-official system was used by the NFL from through the season. These uniforms had the familiar black and white stripes, but the sleeves were all black with the official's uniform number.
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