At the time, "The International Brotherhood of Teamsters" was the largest trade union in world. Jimmy Hoffa was their president for 14 years during the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s. On March 7, 1967 he was sent to prison for jury tampering, fraud and conspiracy involving the misuse of union pension funds. On December 23, 1971 after serving almost 5 years, Hoffa was released from prison under a commutation from President Nixon. As a condition of the pardon, Hoffa was barred from union office for a period of ten years.This program examines Jimmy Hoffa and the Teamsters union, their successes and their scandals. It includes footage of Jimmy Hoffa and Frank Fitzsimmons who was President of the Teamsters from Jimmy Hoffa's conditional pardon in 1971 until his own death from cancer in 1981.Anchor: Jim Kincaid Airdate: November 30, 1974 Runtime: 50:00This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.