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The Foosball Movie
This is the ultimate
foosball Movie. Made in the 80's heyday of foosball. This is a campy and
downright silly movie, but hey its about foosball, who can beat that?
Want more info? Look at the front and back
of the Video Box
Hopefully as time allows I will have more clips from the movie.
A Simpsons episode
titled "Lisa's Sax". Homer daydreams that museams have foosball.
Episode with foosball as a subplot. Episode #207 Originally Aired 01/10/1991
Titled "Achilles Hill" Description: Sam, bedeviled
by John Hill, decides to exorcise the demon by dating his daughter; Carla
thinks the foosball table is possessed. I happened to catch
the last 5 minutes of this episode on tape. So I only have the last minute.
Friends Episode. Don't know which one, just happened to tape it.
A Movie about how to shoot the snake shot. Pretty big file. Brought to
you by Rick Chapman. Thanks
Snake Gift (14k) Compliments of Bill Graham.
From his local Paper.
Ferrets playing Foosball From Ryan Vickmark.
"I got the idea to draw it from the popular "Dogs Playing Pool" Tapestries".
foolorig.gif (11K) Cartoon from England.
Tank McNamera (86K) 1973 Universal Press Syndicate
Spike the Stuffer From Table Soccer Illustrated.
August 1974. Pretty scary Huh?
Top Foos From Where
the Buffalo Roam Probably the best foosball comic I have ever seen.
The Master! and Nice Shot!
From Cafe Angst
Pictures of Tables
Its the Deutsche Meisterschaften 1992 Floor
area (44k) Check out how the tables are so light they aren't lined
Its the Deutsche Meisterschaften 1992 Pits
area (70k) Heavy concentration here.
foostour.jpg (82k) Picture I scanned from
The Masters Tourney. Check out Big Terry Moore Scoping out the action.
1993 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (36k)
Tommy Adkisson Russ King
In one of the most exciting final matches of the recent years 18 year old
Tommy Adkisson of Oklahoma City and Russ King of New Orleans double-dipped
Columbus, Ohio's Steve Beine and Chicago's Don Swan. In the first match
of this memorable final, King's fourth game push-kick from goalie and Adkisson's
mid-stream switch to his snake shot produced a spine tingling victory.
With momentum firmly in their corner, King and Adkisson won 3 straight
games in the second match, securing their first World title.
1994 MASTERS OPEN DOUBLES CHAMPS
Louis Cartwright Shan Coffey
They didn't lose a match on their way to an impressive victory. Cartwright
the snake shooter from Las Vegas and Coffey the first-year pro from New
Orleans defeated top-cop Steve Beine and the always intense Don Swan in
a five game final after trailing two games to none. For Cartwright it was
his second Masters Doubles victory in a row
1994 WORLD CHAMPS (38k)
Todd Loffredo Scott Wydman
No one could touch this Dynamic Denver Duo at the 1994 World Championships.
Loffredo, perhaps the best player ever, won yet another world title this
time with Wydman. John Smith and Eddie Gartman provided a tough opposition
for this productive pair but could not keep up with the amazing foosball
skills of the phenomenal Loffredo, losing in four games.
1994 KICKOFF CLASSIC CHAMPS (23k)
Johnny Horton Bobby Diaz
They left their hearts in San Francisco but took the trophies home with
them. At the 1994 Kickoff Classic in beautiful San Francisco, Johnny Horton
and Bob Diaz of Tampa, Florida battled their way to an impressive Open
Doubles victory. This dynamic duo from the Sunshine State had to overcome
the tough tandem of Gregg Perrie and Shan Coffey to win this initial 1994
1994 U.S. OPEN CHAMPS (43k)
Chris Dube Merv Srock
Although unseeded, nothing could stop this Kansas City foosball machine.
No one (except themselves) expected this productive pair of Show-Me State
foosers to win this major 1994 event in Minnesota. Dube's Lighting Dull-kick
and aggressive overall play along with steady and intelligent goal tending
of rising-star Srock produced an unpredictable Open victory
1994 NATIONAL CHAMPS (35k)
Tom Yore Casey Pruitt
They stormed through the loser's bracket to win one unexpected victory
after another. On July 4th weekend in St. Louis, Tom and Casey overcame
a variety of obstacles on their way to victory, including a fifth game
+2 defeat against the great Todd Loffredo and Scott Wydman in the semi-final.
Yore's great defensive forward-play and a clutch goalie effort by Pruitt
produced this pair's first National championship.
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