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HBO Tonight Will Televise Documentary About Marty Glickman
Published August 26, 2013
Freedman "compiled a rich assortment of vintage material and the insightful accolades of a starry bunch, among them Jerry Stiller, Frank Gifford, Jim Brown, Marv Albert and Bob Costas." The L.A. TIMES' Sheri Linden writes the film is "not just an affectionate portrait of a gifted athlete-turned-groundbreaking sportscaster," but also a "fond remembrance of life" in N.Y. from the '30s through the '70s (L.A. TIMES, 8/16).