Harry Caray Calls One Last Game
November 3, 2016 by Screenmag
Wednesday night was the realization of a generations-in-the-making dream for Chicagoans who had stood by the Cubs for more than a century. For many of them, one thing was missing: Harry Caray.
Thanks to Budweiser and the folks at Cutters Studios working several all nights, the long time voice of Chicago's North Side team was able to call one last game.
"We had a blast working on this piece for Budweiser and the Cubs," Cutters reps posted on social media Thursday after the victory. "Huge thanks to Vayner Media and all the folks at Cutters Studios that pulled several all nighters in a row to bring this project to life."
The piece was director by Ritesh Gupta, edited by Cutters' Tom Brassil, Color and Finish by Steve Wood and Chris Elliott of Flavor and audio was handled by Another Country's Drew Weir.
"Especially proud to be a part of this one," wrote Another Country's EP Tim Konn. "Makes me cry like a baby all over again."