Chicago Cubs Movies & Music
We Believe is finally here. The much anticipated documentary explores the unique relationship between Chicago, the Cubs, and their fans. As it takes you through the history of Chicago, it also takes you through the history of the Cubs, telling stories of fans, players, and the bad luck that the team has endured over the past century.
It doesn’t focus on the curse, instead, it focuses on the journey the city, fans, players, and the organization has taken together.
In between the historical exploration, We Believe documents the 2008 season as well as some key moments from the season. The film spotlights players from Kosuke Fukudome and his experiences in the United States to Derrek Lee’s charity work with Project 3000.
The documentary follows several other documentaries about the Cubs, but none capture the true essence of a Cubs fan, the players, the city, and their historic journey to a World Series in such a way as We Believe does.
This movie is a must own for all Cubs fans.
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Woo-Life is a heart-warming journey of the self-proclaimed Cubs mascot, Ronnie "Woo Woo" Wickers.
The documentary revisits Ronnie's abusive childhood, his years living homeless, and his relentless love for the Cubs and their fans. Woo-Life focuses on 2000 and 2001 where Ronnie was attempting to sing the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field.
The documentary is truly an uplifting journey that shows that dreams do come true.
A portion of this film's proceeds will benefit the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless and the college trust fund of Ronnie Wickers' daughter.
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Hello Again Everybody!
Hello Again Everybody is a tribute to one of the most well known and beloved announcers in baseball. The DVD is brought to you by JLT Films, Inc. and Purple Cow Productions and Chicago Video Producer, Noel Gimbel.
The documentary follows Harry Caray's life and career as an orphan to announcing for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago White Sox, and the Chicago Cubs. He may have been the only man who was loved by fans of all three teams, showing the true magic he had.
He combined knowledge of the game with enthusiasm. He did what he wanted to and was loved for it. He pronounced names wrong, hung out with Elvis, was a friend to presidents, and began the tradition of leading the 7th inning stretch. That tradition continues today in honor of him.
His passion for baseball and the Chicago Cubs was so deep that he was the only man that would hang up on the president of the United States because of a Cubs rally.
Harry passed on Valentine's Day in 1988, which was fitting. He had the biggest heart for his fans, his teams, and his friends and family. Hello Again Everybody is a tribute and piece of history for all baseball fans, not just Cubs fans.
The DVD features 72 minutes about the life of Harry narrated by Pat Huges with commentary by Bob Costas, Steve Stone, Dutchie Caray, Skip Caray, Chip Caray, Mike Ditka, Ron Santo, Ryne Sandberg, and many other friends. The DVD also features additional interviews and a photo gallery.
If you are interested in purchasing Hello Again Everybody, click on the link below.
Harry Caray: "Hello Again Everybody" DVD
Cubs Singer / Songwriter Interview: Joe Pickering
CBB interviews Joe Pickering from King of the Road Music, singer and songwriter of numerous sports albums including Baseball Songs Sports Heroes, Sports Songs and Beyond, and Baseball Songs Sports Heroes 2. Joe's music has now been accepted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame library and sound collection.
Eddie Vedder - All The Way
Baseball Songs Sports Heroes 2