Channel 7, Sunday 11.30am Ron Barassi is an AFL Hall of Fame Legend who has been one of the game’s most influential figures for more than 50 years. Few can match the shadow he casts as a player and coach — 17 grand finals for 10 premierships. John Kennedy is a Hawthorn icon and AFL Hall of Fame inductee who was renowned for his relentless drive as a player and oratory talent as a coach. When he and Barassi went head-to-head as coaches in the 1975 North Melbourne-Hawthorn Grand Final — the subject of this documentary — it was a clash of epic proportions. This game is remembered partly for Kennedy’s halftime plea to his players: ‘‘Don’t think, don’t hope, do. Do something. Come off the ground and say, ‘I did this, I shepherded, I played on. At least I did something’.’’ Peter Dickson’s rare documentary-making skill is on full display here. Not only has previously unseen footage and audio from the respective coaches been unearthed, but recent interviews with the players and coaches deliver an amazing insight into a game that even now moves some to tears when they recall it.