1955 WORLD SERIES SEVEN DAYS OF FALL is about the 1955 Brooklyn Dodger/New York Yankee World Series based upon the poem entitled "1955", by James T. Crawford and directed by Rory Fielding. In unprecedented style, the program uniquely blends the traditional documentary elements of archival film footage, still images, narration, period music and player and fan interviews with a recital of the poem to recount this timeless story 6 decades later. The film reflects about dedication, teamwork, belief in... [see more] one's self and commitment to achievement against all odds - this is the story of the Brooklyn Dodgers' only World Championship title after 65 years of futility and the team's unique connection with the community that so closely identified with it. '1955' is more than a sports story; it's a time capsule of a period in American history like no other. As the documentary's epilogue states: "To believe was to achieve, back in 1955". The documentary features many exclusive final interviews with players who have since passed away, including the legendary Duke Snider, 'The Duke of Flatbush'. '1955' is the winner of the NY Independent Film Festival, the Accolade Competition of La Jolla, CA and the Aurora Award - 'Platinum Best in Show'. '1955 Seven Days of Fall' has become a true American classic on Public Television distributed by NETA. October 4, 2015 Marks the 60th Anniversary of this storied event.