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Super Bowl: Super Bowl XXIX

The San Francisco 49ers defeat the San Diego Chargers 49-26.

Episode Info

Episode number: 29x1
Airdate: Sunday January 29th, 1995
Network: ABC

Director: Roger Goodman

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Guest Stars
San Francisco 49ers
As NFC Champions (Winner)
San Diego Chargers
As AFC Champions (Loser)

Musical Guests
Arturo Sandoval
As Himself (Halftime Show)
Kathie Lee Gifford
As Herself (National Anthem)
Miami Sound Machine
As Themselves (Halftime Show)
Patti LaBelle
As Herself (Halftime Show)
Tony Bennett
As Himself (Halftime Show)

Gerald Austin
As Alternate
Jack Vaughan
As Field Judge
Jerry Markbreit
As Referee
Ron Botchan
As Umpire
Ron Phares
As Head Linesman
Tom Fincken
As Side Judge
Gale Sayers
As Coin Tosser
Joe Greene
As Coin Tosser
Otto Graham
As Coin Tosser
Ray Nitschke
As Coin Tosser
Ron Baynes
As Line Judge
Timmie Mills (1)
As Back Judge
Main Cast
Al Michaels
As Announcer
Dan Dierdorf
As Color Commentator
Frank Gifford
As Color Commentator
Lesley Visser
As Sideline Reporter
Lynn Swann
As Sideline Reporter
Episode Notes
The 49ers were the favorite by 18 1/2.

The Nielsen Rating of this game was 41.3.

74,107 people attended this game.

The cost of a 30-second commercial during this game was $1,150,000.

Steve Young finished the game as San Francisco's leading passer and rusher.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
All Halftime PerformersCan You Feel the Love Tonight 
Arturo Sandoval(title is not known) 
Kathie Lee GiffordNational Anthem 
Miami Sound Machine(title is not known) 
Patti LaBelle(title is not known) 
Tony Bennett(title is not known) 

Warning: Super Bowl season 29 episode 1 guide may contain spoilers
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