A new documentary about the iconic 1967 NFL Championship Game at Lambeau Field, now known as the "Ice Bowl," premieres Thursday night.
The new NFL films production "The Timeline: The Ice Bowl" will be shown during a Packers Hall of Fame 50th anniversary celebration of the Ice Bowl tonight at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Ashwaubenon.
The first broadcast of the documentary will be 8:00 p.m. on Friday on NFL Network.
On that cold day five decades ago, the Packers bested the Cowboys on a Bart Starr quarterback sneak with 13 seconds remaining.
Fans who watched the game still remember the thrilling finish.
"It was unbelievable," said 81-year old Packer fan Al Collie.
"It was a great game," added Dan Hulbert, of Milwaukee.
Hulbert said he watched the Ice Bowl on TV when he was a child.
Temperature was -13 degrees Fahrenheit at kickoff.
"I felt it wasn't fair playing in those conditions," Hulbert said.