Columbia World of Sports 4801: The Willie Hoppe Story (1952) - Watch Online. Directed by Harry Foster

Genres Biography     Documentary     Short     Sport    
Director    
Writers Bill Stern (narrative)
Cast        
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:9 min
Plot The story of Willie Hoppe, world-champion billiard player for more than fifty years, even into his seventies. Commentator Bill Stern describes Hoppe's abilities as the camera catches the match played at the New York Athletic Club, which Hoppe easily wins while playing against a much-younger opponent. The reel concludes with Hoppe demonstrating some of the tricks he can perform with a pool cue and a ball.... search for Columbia World of Sports 4801: The Willie Hoppe Story on IMDb

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    Directed by Harry Foster. With Bill Stern, Willie Hoppe. The story of Willie Hoppe, world-champion billiard player for more than fifty years, even into his seventies. Commentator Bill Stern describes Hoppe's abilities as the camera catches the ...

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