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DOM DIMAGGIO DISCUSSES DESPISING ANYONE WHO WOULD TARNISH THE IMAGE OF BASEBALL, BELONGING TO THE PUBLIC.
SHARPVISION PROJECTION TV COMMERCIAL SPORTS CELEBRITY WILT CHAMBERLAIN. OVERLY EXCITED PEOPLE WATCH PROJECTION TELEVISION, BIG SCREEN TV. TV PROJECTOR.
DUNKIN DONUTS COMMERCIAL ID CHARACTER DUNKIN DONUTS GUY GOES INTO BACK WHERE EVERYTHING IS 1940s. SERVES DONNUTS TO "PUNK ROCKERS". 1980s LIFESTYLE.
DOM DIMAGGIO DISCUSSES STATISTICS, "THE LITTLE PROFESSOR", BEING YOUNGEST & SMALLEST DIMAGGIO BROTHER, LOW-PROFILE LIFE, WRITING BOOK ABOUT BASEBALL'S 1941 SEASON: "REAL GRASS, REAL HEROS", PARENTS & BREAKING INTO BASEBALL, NATURAL TALENT
SHARP CAMCORDER COMMERCIAL "WHO'S ZOOMING WHO?". VIDEO CAMERA THAT RECORDS &
PLAYS REGULAR VHS TAPES. 12-1 ZOOM.
DUNKIN DONUTS COMMERCIAL ID CHARACTER DUNKIN DONUTS GUY ARGUES WITH SELF FROM THE PAST. SPLIT SCREEN
DOM DIMAGGIO DISCUSSES 1940s MEMORIES, ALL-STAR GAME, PLAYED YANKEE STADIUM, WIND CURRENTS, CLOSE TO BROTHER JOE DIMAGGIO
SHARP BUSINESS PRODUCTS COLOR TECHNOLOGY ON THE CUTTING EDGE: COLOR SCANNERS, COLOR PRINTERS, COLOR COPIERS, LASER FAX TECHNOLOGY, WIZARD ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER
DUNKIN DONUTS COMMERCIAL (*SAME COMMERCIAL AS EARLIER IN REEL*)
DOM DIMAGGIO DISCUSSES TED WILLIAMS, JOE DIMAGGIO, BASEBALL TODAY, SLAUGHTER'S FAMOUS RUN
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