Here we go. Finnley in the green pants and Bob in the red pants...
LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE!
...Oh! Finnley just threw a hard punch at bob!
three ... two... one. K.O! and Finnley just won the match. lets see it in instant replay!
and thanks to both the head of cbc sports in 1953 to 1984 George Retzlaff the idea of instant replay and to cbc sports director Tony Verna for inventing the instant replay machine in 1963.
the first instant replay machine weighed 1300 pounds
for those who don't know what instant replay is. Instant replay is often a short, slow motion replay of something that already happened, and is usually shown in sports.
chuck we only have a few minutes left before commercial so get back to the match
"just a minute. let's talk about George Retzlaff. George was raised in Saskatchewan, and at the age of 30 he was appointed head of cbc sports and was the producer of Hockey night in Canada. In the mid 50's he used a hot film processor to produce a wet-film replay of a goal, but it didn't work out. Then in the 60's he televised two Nhl games in one day. one of the games were in New york and the other one was in Toronto.
Then there was Tony Verna who was the cbc sports director. Who kind of took that idea and at age 30 he invented what's called instant replay which was first used in the army vs navy football game"...
... So, ya. that concludes my talk on instant replay