1955 SEVEN DAYS OF FALL
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Produced and Directed by Rory Fielding, '1955' Seven Days of Fall' has been acclaimed by viewers and critics alike. It chronicles the 1955 Brooklyn Dodger/New York Yankees World Series based upon the poem, '1955' by James T. Crawford. In unprecedented style, the presentation uniquely blends documentary elements of archival film footage, still images, narration, player and fan interviews, period music, and recital of the poem to recount this timeless story over 50 years later.
Like many greats, 1955 Seven Days of Fall now resides in the National Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, NY. The documentary was honored by the New York Film Festival for Best Sports Documentary, the Aurora Award ‘Platinum Best in Show’, and the Accolade Award of Excellence. It has been broadcast nationwide on PBS and ESPN.
”Mr. Fielding is a filmmaker with a lot of skill...and a lot of heart!” WNET Thirteen New York (PBS)
I think you captured the history and emotion of the period better than anything I’ve seen ..” Author & NY Post Columnist, Maury Allen
“It’s terrific! The documentary style of Director, Rory Fielding makes me think of Ken Burns, yet this piece is literally more poetic” Fred Flaxman, WXEL-TV Palm Beach
“The most accurate depiction of the feeling among Brooklyn fans after that World Series victory” Mike Siegel, KITZ Radio, Seattle Washington
“What great memories, it was special! Many thanks” Don & Soot Zimmer, 1955 Dodgers
“I enjoyed 1955 immensely, I’ve heard from lots of grateful old Brooklynites” Howard Goodman, Florida Sun Sentinel
“I can tell you I really love it ... it’s the best out on the 55 Dodgers!” Shotgun Shuba, 1955 Dodgers Player