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Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, VHS, Betacam.
"A profile of Canada's voice of hockey, Foster Hewitt. Hewitt, who was recently elected to hockey's Hall of Fame, recollects now he got started in sportscasting in 1923 while in his teens (his boss ordered him to broadcast a hockey game from the Mutual Street Arena) in Toronto. He also talks about hockey, his career (including many highlights), and his family. Includes comments about Hewitt by his wife Kay Hewitt and by hockey players, fans, and associates over the years (including Joe Primeau, Conn Smythe, Frank Selke, Frank Shuster, Jack Dennett)."