Moving ahead to the '80s, Sportflics \had two or three pictures on the card.
In 1997 Topps really upped the game with a set called Screenplays.
The cards don't scan very well, at least with my new scanner. This is the lone Cub in the 20-card set, of Sammy Sosa. Instead of just one or a few pictures, Screenplays show an entire play sequence. On Sosa's card he is making a diving catch.
Its a modern version of the flip book. The product must not have done much as Topps didn't put out a second set.