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49ers full broadcasts of 5 Super Bowls to be released on DVD August 25

Aug 9, 2009 at 10:48 AM--


CELEBRATE THE CITY BY THE BAY'S "GOLDEN" YEARS WITH WARNER HOME VIDEO'S RELEASE OF NFL SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS FIVE GREATEST GAMES: SUPER BOWL VICTORIES ON DVD AUGUST 25, 2009


Relive great moments in Niners History with all five Super Bowl games in their original broadcast format.

WHV Press Release: Warner Home Video (WHV) and NFL Films bring you their A-game with the release of NFL San Francisco 49ers Five Greatest Games: Super Bowl Victories. The five-disc collector's set includes the original network broadcasts of every San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl game on DVD for the first time. NFL San Francisco 49ers Five Greatest Games: Super Bowl Victories will be available for $39.92 SRP and will hit stores on August 25, 2009, in time for Niners fans to gear up for the 2009 season.

The San Francisco 49ers have produced many of the greatest moments in NFL history and now, for the first time, Niners buffs can relive the moments that made them into the fans they are today. Watch as NFL hero Jerry Rice leads the 49ers to the most points in Super Bowl history and Joe Montana earns three MVP awards. Marvel as Steve Young emerges to set an all-time high of six Super Bowl touchdown passes and offensive innovator Bill Walsh coaches his team to an incredible comeback victory in his final game.

"WHV is thrilled to offer Niners fans a DVD collection containing the original network broadcasts of each of the five 49ers Super Bowl victories," said Don Polite, Executive Director, Partner Brands Marketing, Warner Home Video. "As the 2009 season draws near, 49ers fans can reflect on the glory days in San Francisco while looking forward to the future."

DVD Features Include:
Super Bowl XVI – January 24, 1982 – 49ers: 26, Bengals: 21
Super Bowl XIX – January 20, 1985 – 49ers: 38, Dolphins: 16
Super Bowl XXIII –January 22, 1989 – 49ers: 20, Bengals: 16
Super Bowl XXIV – January 28, 1990 – 49ers: 55, Broncos: 10
Super Bowl XXIX – January 29, 1995 – 49ers: 49, Chargers: 26

Pre-order Now: San Francisco 49ers - 5 Greatest Games: Super Bowl Victories



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