1959-10-08, WNBC, 17 min.
Jack Brickhouse calls the play-by-play in the ninth inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers win the 1959 World Series against the Chicago White Sox in Game 6. Final Score Dodgers 9, White Sox 3.
A world series record for The Los Angeles Dodgers coming from seventh place in 1958, their first year in Los Angeles after moving from Brooklyn after the 1957 season, and winning a World Series the following year.
Vin Scully interviews the victorious Los Angeles Dodgers from their clubhouse. He talks to Warren Giles, Bill Veeck, and Gil Hodges, who mentions that it took "umpteen" years to win a Brooklyn Dodger series, and it took only two years to do the same in Los Angeles.
Also at the mike with Vin Scully are Duke Snider, Joe Cronin, Walter Alston, Charlie Neal, Roger Craig, Don Drysdale, Larry Sherry, and commissioner of baseball Ford Frick. Vin Scully signs off the air for the Gillette Safety Razor Blades sponsor with the Gillette theme music in the background. This was the last year a Gillette sign off was used for a World Series Television Broadcast.
1960-10-13, WNBC, 61 min.
Mel Allen announces the play-by-play in this classic 7th and final game from the 6th inning, at which time N.Y. was ahead 5 to 4. Allen calls the memorable Hal Smith 8th inning home run and Bill Mazeroski's series winning 9th inning home run. From a victorious Pirates clubhouse, Bob Prince interviews Warren Giles, Hal Smith, Bill Mazeroski, Joe Brown, Don Hoak, Tom Johnson, Dick Groat, Vernon Law, Bill Virdon, Harvey Haddix, Smokey Burgess, Bob Skinner, Roy Face, Gino Cimoli, Mayor Joe Barr, John Galbreath, Commissioner Ford Frick, Rocky Nelson and manager Danny Murtaugh.
1963-10-06, WNBC, 25 min.
Vin Scully does the play-by-play from the last of the eighth inning in this final game. A "hoarse" Mel Allen begins the play-by-play for the top of the ninth but cannot continue and Scully takes over again as the Dodgers sweep the Yankees in four straight. Mel Allen wraps up his last NBC television World Series broadcast. Scully interviews the victorious Dodger players and others from their clubhouse. He talks to Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Warren Giles, Buzzie Bavasi, Walter Alston, Bill Skowron, Ron Perranoski, Frank Howard, Fresco Thompson, Tommy Davis, Willie Davis, Johnny Podres, Maury Wills and Dick Tracewski.
1964-10-15, WNBC, 34 min.
The Cardinals win in the seventh game. Coverage of the play-by-play is done by Curt Gowdy, from the last of the eighth inning. This was the first World Series covered by Gowdy, who would continue to call the play-by-play for NBC through 1975. Clubhouse interviews by Harry Caray with Bob Gibson, owner Gussie Busch, National League President Warren Giles, Tim McCarver, Ken Boyer, Dick Groat, Commissioner of Baseball Ford Frick, Lou Brock and Mike Shannon. Curt Gowdy wraps up the broadcast.
1965-10-14, WNBC, 33 min.
Vin Scully calls the play-by-play from the Dodgers top of the eighth inning as the L.A. Dodgers and Sandy Koufax beat the Twins in seven games. Announcer Ray Scott calls the play-by-play in the last of the ninth inning.
In the victorious Dodger clubhouse Vin Scully interviews Sandy Koufax, Lou Johnson, L.A. Dodger president Walter O'Malley, President of the National League, Warren Giles, and manager of the Dodgers Walter Alston. Ray Scott signs off in the booth.
1967-10-12, WNBC, 45 min.
Harry Caray gives opening introductions from Fenway Park in Boston for the seventh and final game of the series. We hear pre-game comments from co-broadcaster Pee Wee Reese. Caray does the play-by-play for the last of the eighth inning. Reese does the play-by-play with co-broadcaster Jim Simpson for the ninth inning. From the victorious St. Louis clubhouse, Caray interviews Bob Gibson, President of the National League, Warren Giles, General Manager of the Cardinals, Stan Musial, Manager Red Schoendienst, Gussie Busch, Julian Javier, Roger Maris, Orlando Cepeda, Dal Maxvill, Tim McCarver, Mike Shannon, Nelson Brown, Joe Horner, Joe Schiltz, Lou Brock and Billy Muffett. We return to the booth with Curt Gowdy and Ken Coleman commenting and recapping the game.