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Welcome to the official Tumblr page of the High and Tight Experience. Great stills of sport, film, and the generally amusing. This is the visual addendum to the radio program. www.highandtight247.com

nba:

The San Antonio Spurs stand for the National Anthem in Game One of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2014 NBA Playoffs against the Dallas Mavericks on April 20, 2014 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

nba:

The San Antonio Spurs stand for the National Anthem in Game One of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2014 NBA Playoffs against the Dallas Mavericks on April 20, 2014 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

gotemcoach:

Bill Russell visits the Yankees at Fenway.

gotemcoach:

Bill Russell visits the Yankees at Fenway.

(Source: Flickr / boston_public_library)

gotemcoach:

Reporter: What kinds of things would [Lakers] fans do to you?
Larry Bird: They’d be out there shaking our bus and everything. But one night, they beat us and we’re walking out to the bus and this little Mexican guy ran up and just punched me right in the nose! Just jumped up and punched me right in the nose! And that little guy took off so fast. It was almost like it didn’t really happen. I said to my teammates, "Did you see that? That Mexican guy punched me in the nose!"
#GotEmCoach

gotemcoach:

Reporter: What kinds of things would [Lakers] fans do to you?

Larry Bird: They’d be out there shaking our bus and everything. But one night, they beat us and we’re walking out to the bus and this little Mexican guy ran up and just punched me right in the nose! Just jumped up and punched me right in the nose! And that little guy took off so fast. It was almost like it didn’t really happen. I said to my teammates, "Did you see that? That Mexican guy punched me in the nose!"

#GotEmCoach

vintagesportspictures:

Fans rushing the field after the New York Mets win the World Series (1969)

vintagesportspictures:

Fans rushing the field after the New York Mets win the World Series (1969)

(via broadwayjoeshirts)

upnorthtrips:

BOBBY RAYBURN

upnorthtrips:

BOBBY RAYBURN

(Source: mlboffseason, via yahoosports)

silverscreensociety:

Alex Griendlinghttp://www.alexlikesdesign.com/
tapemachinesarerolling:

The Magnificent Muraco and his very natural physique

tapemachinesarerolling:

The Magnificent Muraco and his very natural physique

thebasketballobsession:

Happy birthday to the NBA’s all time leading scorer, 19 time NBA All-Star and also to the 6 time NBA Champion Kareem Abdul-Jabbar! 
#theBasketballObsession  

thebasketballobsession:

Happy birthday to the NBA’s all time leading scorer, 19 time NBA All-Star and also to the 6 time NBA Champion Kareem Abdul-Jabbar! 

#theBasketballObsession  

sportingnewsarchive:

Cincinnati Reds’ infielder-outfielder switch hitter Pete Rose is seen March 1967. (AP Photo)

sportingnewsarchive:

Cincinnati Reds’ infielder-outfielder switch hitter Pete Rose is seen March 1967. (AP Photo)

mightyflynn:

Original 5” by 7” acetate negative from the George Burke/George Brace Collection.

Legendary Auctions

cinephilearchive:

From the archives at UNZ.org: Francis Ford Coppola’s Biggest Gamble, July 1981 article in ‘Saturday Review’ on making ‘One from the Heart.’ This awesome article is as much about the film as it is about his ambitious Zoetrope Studios project. Great read. [thanks to Larry Wright]
The making of Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘One From The Heart’ dates from 1982 and shows in detail the conception of the characters and the sets and the insane methods and technological experiments by which they were brought to the screen.

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cinephilearchive:

From the archives at UNZ.org: Francis Ford Coppola’s Biggest Gamble, July 1981 article in ‘Saturday Review’ on making ‘One from the Heart.’ This awesome article is as much about the film as it is about his ambitious Zoetrope Studios project. Great read. [thanks to Larry Wright]

The making of Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘One From The Heart’ dates from 1982 and shows in detail the conception of the characters and the sets and the insane methods and technological experiments by which they were brought to the screen.

For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

mightyflynn:

Pete Rose

Illustration by Josh Boyle (aka @burntwic)

via @BRefPlayIndex

mightyflynn:

Pete Rose

Illustration by Josh Boyle (aka @burntwic)

via @BRefPlayIndex

official-nhl:

Today Ryan Smyth of the Edmonton Oilers played his 1,270th  and final NHL game.

As he was taking his final lap in tears and saluting fans, we got to witness one of the classiest moments in sports we’ve ever seen. The entire canuck team came back out to individually congratulate Ryan Smyth on an amazing career.

Ain’t hockey just the greatest?