Kenyan Schoolchildren Reenact Game 6 Of The 1986 World Series
If you are a Mets fan, this video is a must see. Have you seen this yet? I thought it was pretty clever. After watching it, let us know what you think of this reenactment below in the comments.
This has first hit the internet back in June of 2012 and it is as picture perfect as it gets. From “Mookie Wilson” waving Kevin Mitchell to the plate, to “Bill Robinson” jumping up and down as the ball rolls through Buckner’s legs, to “Ray Knight”‘s hands on the back of his head as he scores the winning run, there’s never been a better advertisement for taking a few years off to teach English in Africa.
The students were interested in making the movie about a famous American sporting event. After watching both real live clips the students voted on Buckner’s error over the ‘Music City Miracle.’ They loved the experience and want to make a second movie. Enjoy!
Posted on December 12, 2014 12:13 pm, in The Jock, Video and tagged 1986 World Series, Africa, Bill Robinson, Historical reenactment, Kenya, Kevin Mitchell, Mets, Mookie Wilson, Music City Miracle, Ray Knight, School children, United States, YouTube. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.