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The Pigs Vs. The Freaks

East Lansing, Michigan, the home of MSU (Michigan State University), had a history in the 1960's of violence between police and college protesters. Then one day, two police officers tried to kick some college students off of a high school football field, only to find themselves face to face with a challenge; settle the dispute with a friendly game of football!
The police accepted their challenge, and 16,000 people came out to watch "The Pigs" lose to "The Freaks" by a single point. "The Pigs" vowed to settle the score "next year", but next year came and "The Freaks" won again. This documentary film provides dynamic coverage of the third consecutive year in this annual tournament. Who will it be in this year's Bull Bowl? Will "The Freaks" maintain their undefeated winning streak, or will "The Pigs" put their first notch on the board?
Jack Epps Jr. Producer, Director, Editor, Cinematography
Jeffrey F. Jackson Director, Editor, Sound Recording, Interviews
Alan Steinberg Interviews
Mike Steinberg Interviews
Terry Braverman Narration
Bob Sherman Football Announcer
John Baniszewski Sound Recording
Mark Calice Music Recording
Al Albaitis Musical Score
Tom Greer Support Camera
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The Pigs Vs. The Freaks (DVD)
Rare documentary film on the East Lansing, Michigan Bull Bowl. (28 min)
Pigs Vs. Freaks: Crowd of Freaks
Pigs Vs. Freaks: Freak Touchdown
Pigs Vs. Freaks: Long-Haired Sixties Hippie Freak
Pigs Vs. Freaks: Pig on the Run
Teen Smoking Joint in Crowd