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Yogi Berra: In His Own Words

1 hours 7 minutes 24 seconds

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Black and white photo of Yogi Berra in a catcher's uniform, squatting and holding up a mit in front of his face. Caption. To the now-legendary "it ain't over till it's over."

Showcases the life and career of Hall of Fame baseball player, Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra. A national icon and a true American folk hero, Yogi tells his own story in his own words. Talks about growing up in St. Louis, joining the Navy and fighting in World War II, and meeting his wife Carmen. Describes how he anchored the New York Yankees dynasty from 1947-1963. Discusses his "yogi-isms" and his legacy, the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center. Includes rare newsreel film footage.

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Runtime: 1 hours 7 minutes 24 seconds

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