Football Follies

Football Follies are collections of American football bloopers performed by National Football League players. Produced by NFL Films, these collections also spoof parts of popular culture. Mel Blanc joined in the fun in 1976 with The Son of Football Follies, and returned (in one of his final efforts) in 1989 for The Super Duper Football Follies. In addition, Jonathan Winters was featured in 1987's The NFL TV Follies, intended as a parody of the relationship between football and television.

The series of films currently airs on NFL Network, usually as filler programming when a live game is airing on another network (most commonly Sunday or Monday Night Football).

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... Several imitators have surfaced in response to the original Football Follies, even in sports other than football ... is a list of sequels and imitators, listed by year The Football Follies - 1968 Those Fantastic Football Follies - 1970 Son of Football Follies - 1976 ...

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