Originally Posted by AFS
Think of any world champion - good chance there'll be at least one clip showing his throw.
Kano. Geesink. Ruska. Berghmans. Briggs. Okano. Koga. Nezmekov. Parisi. Seisenbacher. Adams. Yamashita (both, the elder demonstrating kata with Kano). A good bit on both Yamashita and Douillet, actually.
Kashiwazaki's tomoe-nage. Nakanishi's tani-otoshi. Endo's uranage. (typing as I watch). Mifune's oguruma. Yamashita's okuri-erijime. Douillet's ouchi-gari. Matsuda's uchimata - my favorite.
Not so much technical instruction - mostly throws from competition. Kinda like "101 Ippons", but as a documentary.
Several clips from '64 Olympics, early Worlds. Quite a few from '95 and '97
Lot of good historical clips. Not exactly a historical reference, but good visuals.
If you have a commercial club, might be a good one to pop in to play in the lobby.
Only disappointment is that it's just an hour long. Still, for the price, no complaints.