Heidi (November 17, 1968)
Released on November 17, 1968: (running time 1 hour and 44 minutes) The inspired and inspiring story from the Swiss Alps for children, lovers, and lovers of children.
Directed by Delbert Mann
Written by Johanna Spyri with screenplay by Earl Hamner Jr.
The Actors: Jennifer Edwards (Heidi), Michael Redgrave (Grandfather Jonas), Maximilian Schell (Richard Sessemann), Jean Simmons (Fraulein Rottenmeier), Walter Slezak (Father Richter), Peter van Eyck (Doctor Bernd Reboux), Zuleika Robson (Klara), John Moulder Brown (Peter), Karl Lieffen (Sebastian), Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel (Grandmother), Miriam Spoerri (Aunt Dete), John Crawley (the boy)
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This Movie Changed NFL Football Forever!
Fear not ladies, this motion picture is an amazing telling of the classic story made for children, and lovers, and lovers of children, but the fact remains, it was responsible for changing the relationship of American NFL Football with television forevermore
In 1968 two AFL teams were playing football and it was being shown across the country on the NBC television network. The day was Sunday November 17, 1968, and the Oakland Raiders were playing the New York Jets in a thrilling football game. The score was close, and either team could pull off a victory . . . and as the clock on the wall ticked 4pm, it was time to begin the Sunday afternoon movie . . . this movie, the 1968 version of Heidi. The network turned off the football feed and started this movie.
In the few remaining minutes of the football game the Oakland Raiders team miraculously scored two quick touchdowns and won the game . . . and fans around the nation never saw it. Dubbed the ‘Heidi Bowl’ this incident created so much football uproar that all sports leagues soon added a clause to their television contracts requiring all networks to continue showing the game regardless of the time and the score and the already announced television schedule.
In fact, the NBC television network, the target of angry football fans, installed a special red telephone, called the ‘Heidi phone’ that connected the central network control room to the football field so that never again would a previously scheduled show or movie start before the end of an NFL football game. So gals, don't just grab the children when you get ready to watch this inspiring tale of life and love, get dad too and tell him that it is all about the game. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel and Jennifer Edwards
Elisabeth Newumann-Viertel meets Heidi
Jean Simmons in the 1968 version of Heidi
Jean Simmons and Michael Redgrave
Jean Simmons as Fraulein Rottenmeier
Jean Simmons in Heidi
Jean Simmons meets Heidi
Jennifer Edwards, Michael Redgrave and Maximilian Schell
Jennifer Edwards and Miriam Spoerri
Jennifer Edwards as Heidi
Jennifer Edwards cries when she must leave Michael Redgrave
John Crawley in Heidi
John Moulder Brown as Peter
Karl Lieffen and Jennifer Eddwards look for the mountains
Karl Lieffen as Sebastian the household servant
Maximilian Schell as Richard Sessemann
Maximilian Schell in Heidi
Michael Redgrave and Jennifer Edwards talk to the eagle
Jennifer Edwards as Heidi in the Swiss Alps
Michael Redgrave and Maximilian Schell decide to share Heidi
Michael Redgrave and Walter Slezak talk about Heidi
Michael Redgrave as Grandfather in Heidi
Michael Redgrave in the 1968 version of Heidi
Michael Redgrave watches with sadness as Heidi leaves him
Miriam Spoerri and Jennifer Edwards in Heidi
Peter van Eyck as Doctor Bernd Reboux
Walter Slezak as Father Richter
Walter Slezak in the 1968 Heidi