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America's Only Champion, Documentary, 1975

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  • Phil Hill - America's Only Champion

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moff

2018-02-10 14:33

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Made-for-TV documentary about Phil Hill. There's no IMDB page for it, and it's not available for purchase. The only information available comes from period newspapers, like this one. You can watch it here.

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moff

2018-02-11 20:53

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Background cars at the Jaguar factory:

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Another 312T being built at the Ferrari factory:

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dsl SX

2018-02-12 00:18

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moff wrote The only information available comes from period newspapers, like this one....


""America's Only Champion", a half-hour TV action documentary covering the career of Phil Hill, the only American ever to have won the World Driving Championship, will be premiered Sunday at the U.S. Grand Prix (West) victory dinner aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach. Produced for British Leyland Motors Inc., the film will be shown on major TV stations over the next few months and will also be available on a loan basis for sports car club showings." from link to Santa Cruz Sentinel, Volume 120, Number 72, 26 March 1976. (page 29, scroll down the text on left slightly).

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