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OXFORD v CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE - COLOUR
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Summary: OXFORD v CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE - COLOUR
Story No: BM78-52
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/04/1978 00:00 AM
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After a false start by Oxford, the 124th University Boat Race got under way with the Umpire's flag still up. The conditions on the river were very rough and they took their toll, when a mile from the finish, the Cambridge boat sank. Oxford, who started favourites, went on to cross the Finishing Line.

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GV Cambridge crew carry boat to water's edge. STV Oxford. SV Cambridge into boat. LV from water - both crews in boats. GTS pan both crews, LV ditto. SV Cambridge pull away to starting point. SV crowd. GV both crews ready for start - Oxford make false start. SV crowds. GV Oxford return to start. GV crowd watch from boathouse. GV both crews pull away (NB umpire's flag still up) then flag goes down. Both crews racing. SV Oxford slightly in lead. GV race. SC Oxford in lead by length. GV zoom into race. SV crews up river Cambridge nearest camera. Crews up river Oxford in lead. GV ditto. LV Oxford in lead both crews approaching Hammersmith Bridge. SV under Hammersmith Bridge. Oxford well in lead with Cambridge following - now coming into rough water. SV rough water sprays over umpire's launch - crews in back ground. SV Cambridge struggle in rough water and same catching crabs. Umpires launch slows down. LV Cambridge crew sinking. LV ditto with rescue launch alongside. SV rescued crew into launch. Last member dragged into launch. GV Oxford rows up from Barnes Bridge in shocking weather. SV ditto. LV massed crowd with umbrellas. SV Oxford to finish and past post. SV Oxford after race in boat. SV Cambridge's empty boat towed away.

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Keywords: Disasters and Accidents, Education, Geography, Water Sports, Weather, Varsity
Subjects: Education, Social affairs
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THE WORLD CUP FINAL 1966: ENGLAND v WEST GERMANY  (COLOUR)
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Summary: MOVIETONE NEWS - WORLD CUP FINAL (Eastman Colour)
Story No: BM91416
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/08/1966 12:00 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II, George Cohen, Nobby Stiles
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England in red, never before in the World Cup Final playing against West Germany in white, who won the Cup in 1954.

Swiss referee spins the coin and West Germany start the ball rolling. Extra time had to be played when the West German's scored an equaliser in the last seconds. But England came out on top, score four-two, and the trophy stays in England.

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Movietone title, Montage: Stills Title: 'World Cup Final'.

LS teams from tunnel. MS teams walk passed with England nearest camera. CU supporter in Union Jack top hat. GV mass crowd. GV teams lined up. MS German team. MS England team. LAS the Queen in royal box (wearing sunglasses). MS Bobby Moore and Uve Seeler exchange pennants and then the 'toss-up'. CU ball. GV pull back as Germany kick-off. MCU spectators. TS Alan Ball passes to Martin Peters who tries a shot at goal and misses. MS crowd. MS crowd. MS pull back Martin Peters with ball. MS German goalkeeper Tilkowski. TS Nobby Stiles crosses to Geoff Hurst who misses with a header, general play. Pan to Tilkowski lying face down injured. CU anxious face in crowd. GV German players around Tilkowski. CU German fan. GV Germany with the ball. GV crowd. GV Haller scores for Germany. GV German crowd. GV play. MS crowd. LS Bobby Moore fouled by Overath. MS crowd. GV Bobby Moore takes free-kick and Geoff Hurst heads equaliser. MS crowd. GVs of play with German build up towards goal and England clearing (3 shots). MS crowd. MS German corner cleared by Bobby Moore and eventually saved by Gordon Banks. MS crowd. TS Nobby Stiles passes to Alan Ball who crosses to Bobby Charlton who shoots and misses. GV crowd. GV half-time scoreboard England 1 West Germany 1. CU policeman's helmet on ground. GV crowd. GV pull back Bobby Charlton kicks off 2nd half. CU crowd. GV Martin Peters with ball. GV crowd. MS Overath to Held and on to Beckenbauer. LS play and Gordon Banks makes a save. GV crowd. GV play. MS Martin Peters with ball. LS Peters wins a corner. GV crowd. GV Alan Ball takes corner and Peters scores. MS Peters, Hurst and Ball hug each other. GV crowd. CU Union Jack waved. GV Haller passes, general play. MS crowd. MS Peters and Charlton who kicks wide of goal. MS crowd. GV play. MS play. GV German free-kick and Weber scores. MCU German fans. GV full-time scoreboard England 2 West Germany

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Keywords: Sport and Games - Football, Personalities, British Royalty - Queen Elizabeth II, England Squad: 1 - Gordon Banks, 2 - George Cohen, 3 - Ramon Wilson, 4 - Nobby Stiles, 5 - Jackie Charlton, 6 - Bobby Moore, 7 - Alan Ball, 8 - Jimmy Greaves, 9 - Bobby Charlton, 10 - Geoff Hurst, 11 - John Connelly, 12 - Ronald Springett, 13 - Peter Bonetti, 14 - Jimmy Armfield, 15 - Gerry Byrne, 16 - martin Peters, 17 - Ronald Flowers, 18 - Norman Hunter, 19 - Terence Paine, 20 - Ian Callagh
Subjects: FIFA World Cup, Royalty, Events, Celebrity, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment, Men's soccer, Men's sports, Sports, Men's soccer, Soccer, International soccer
People: Queen Elizabeth II, George Cohen, Nobby Stiles
Locations: Germany, England, Western Europe, Europe, United Kingdom
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HEAVEYWEIGHTS - FLOYD PATTERSON, SONNY LISTON AND CASSIUS CLAY - PART SOUND
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Story No: BM86284
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/03/1963 12:00 PM
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HEAVEYWEIGHTS - FLOYD PATTERSON, SONNY LISTON AND CASSIUS CLAY - PART SOUND

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Various shots of Floyd Patterson, Sonny Liston and Cassius Clay in training. Cassius Clay talking. Liston, Patterson rematch, do you have a prediction on that® Well I predict that Sonny Liston will win the fight in 3 rounds, he'll stay the champ until he meets me. How about a prediction on which round you'll defeat Liston. I predicted 8 on Sonny Liston but he kept popping off about I talk too much and that I need a glove down my throat and its going to take a Doctor to cut it out and then maybe a man and to cut that prediction from 8 rounds to 6 rounds. Liston must roll in 6. You have become the poet®® more or less of the boxing world, do you have a little poetry® Yes, I have a little sharp one for Sonny Liston but I reveal all when the fight comes up. It goes something like this.. "If you like to lose your money then be a fool and bet on Sonny but if you want to have a good day then put it on Clay".

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RYDER CUP
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Summary: THE RYDER CUP
Story No: BM59869
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/10/1953 12:00 PM
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Fought out at Wentworth, Britain had high hopes of winning back the Ryder Cup after twenty years. America had gained a 3 to 1 lead on the foursomes but the British players fought hard in the singles to make one of the closest finishes ever. America won by 6½ to 5½.

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Cut story - Shots of the Gallery. Cotton and Mangrum SCU. SCU Ted Kroll drives off. Daly drives off, walks past camera into mist. MS mist on course. Daly putts. Eric Brown putting. Snead in bunker. Harry Weetman putting. Cotton congratulates Weetman. Bradshaw drives off. Peter Alliss in bunker. Fluffs shot, out on second. Fails to hole out. Hunt drives off. Douglas fails to hole out. Lord Lyle presents Ryder Cup to Lloyd Mangrum who speaks.

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Keywords: Great Britain, Americans, Personalities - Sport, Golf, Henry Cotton, Fred Daly, Weather, Sam Snead, Bernard Hunt, Dave Douglas, Ceremonies - Sport, Willie Turnesa (Jim Turnesa), Harry Bradshaw
Locations: Wentworth Location, New Hampshire, United States
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OLYMPIC WINNERS
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Summary: OLYMPIC WINNERS
Story No: BM50592
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/08/1948 00:00 AM
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The athletics continued with the 50k Walk which was won by Ljunggren of Sweden. There was a photo finish in the 100 metres with American Dillard just beating his compatriot Ewell. In the 800 metres final before first placed Whitfield (USA) and second Wint of Jamaica broke the world record. Mrs Blankers-Koen of Holland won the ladies 100 metres. ® ® In the pool American Walter Ris set a new record for the men's 100 metres free-style. In the women's spring-board it was American first and second.

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KS elevated GV competition in progress, running, long jump etc. Several shots of competitors exercising their muscles for 50k road walk. Elevated start of road walk. Cut-ins crowds watching. MS walkers out of stadium. MS walkers into camera, stadium in background. MS javelin throwing, Miss Baume (Austria) throws. Pan of javelin & landing. Trucking shot of road walk Whitlock (No 388) & Martineau, during walk, Whitlock looks at his watch. Several shots of walkers having water thrown over them, others sponge themselves. Into camera - Steele (USA) jumping, crowds in background. GV crowds watching. Wembley Stadium Underground sign. Ljunggren (Sweden) nearing stadium. Trucking shots of him along road. Elevated enters stadium & winning. Godel (Swiss) (No 394) comes into stadium, waves his hat, elevated shot of him stopping thinking he has finished, told to carry on. Johnson (GB) finishing third. Start of 100 metres, competitors check the starting equipment. MS false start. Into camera race being run & finish, Dillard wins, Ewell thinks he has, starts to jump & dance about. Photo-finish of race shows Dillard clear winner. Indicator shows result of 100 metre, US flag above. Elevated GV Wembley Pool. Elevated start of men's 100 metres free-style. Cut-ins Shah of Persia & Prince Bernhard watching. Underwater shots - men turning. Above water SV of race & finish. Walter Ris (USA) wins. Women's spring board diving. Zoe Ann Olsen (USA) diving in slow motion. Cut-ins crowds watching. Slow motion - Miss Draves (USA) dives. Normal speed, competitor dives, cut to underwater shot of her entering water. Stadium - 800 metres final - pan of race with Whitfield (USA) taking lead, Wint (Jamaica) sprints & tries to catch him, but fails. Victory ceremony for 800m. MS pole vaulting. Smith (USA) over. Start of 100 metres women's. Panning Fanny Blankers-Koen beating Dorothy Manley (GB). Victory ceremony of above. Crowds shelter in rain. Various types. 5,000 metre final, start of race, also being run in heavy rain. Panning - Shots of Emil Zatopek & Reiff (Belgium) overtaking one another. Cut-in judges in plastic macs. Crowds watching, getting very excited as Reiff takes lead & goes on to win. Zatopek sprints really fast hoping to overtake Reiff but fails. PLEASE REFER TO OTAB (Olympic Television Archive Bureau) FOR COPYRIGHT

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Keywords: Buildings - Stadiums, Swimming Pools, Foreign Royalty - Holland, Foreign Royalty - Iran, Mankind, Weather, Sport and Games - Olympic Games, Athletics, Towns and Cities, Mohammed Rez Pahlevi, Shah-an-Shah of Iran, Personalities, Water Sports
Subjects: Women's diving, Women's track and field, Track and field, Women's sports, Diving, Record setting events, Aquatics, Sports, Women's diving, Women's aquatics, Women's aquatics, Women's track and field, General news
Locations: United States, United Kingdom, Iran, North America, Western Europe, Europe, Middle East
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WALES V ENGLAND - RUGGER
Title:
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Summary: RUGBY - ENGLAND FORTUNATE TO DRAW
Story No: BM49693
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 22/01/1948 12:00 PM
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At Twickenham England are fortunate to draw with Wales.

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GV crowds cheering. Ditto. Crowds one person holding Welsh flag in their midst. Welsh supporters with leeks. Two Welsh supporters in centre of field in scrum to place leek on pitch. CU 3 Welsh supporters with leeks on their lapels. Elevated scrum, England get ball, start 3/4 movement, Bleddyn Williams tackled by Scott, the former penalised. Crowd shot. Sid Newman (15) scores from penalty. Crowds cheering. England start 3/4 movement. Throw in. Several shots of play. Swarbrick nearly gets away for try but is brought down. Welsh supporters try to climb goal. Wales attack, Les Williams 'B' with ball endeavours to get through on wing, brought down. GV Ken Jones scoring try. Crowds cheering. MS Tamplin failing to convert.

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Keywords: Agriculture - vegetables, Buildings - Stadiums, Mankind, Nationalities - Welsh, Personalities, Sport and Games - Rugby Union, Towns and Cities, Entertainment - Stunts and Gags
Subjects: Rugby union, Rugby, Sports
Locations: Wales, England, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Europe
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Snooker Championships
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Summary: JOE DAVIS KEEPS TITLE DESPITE BROTHER FRED -
Story No: BM38591
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 25/03/1940 12:00 PM
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The World Champion is invincible, but praises younger brother Fred after the competition.

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Joe Davis defeats his brother Fred Davis and receives the cup from Lord Iliffe. Both Joe and Iliffe make speeches.

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Keywords: Personalities - Sport, Personalities - Miscellaneous, Great Britain
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Endeavour Scores Win In First Race
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Summary: Endeavour Scores Win In First Race
Story No: BM2936
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/06/1934 12:00 PM
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Challenger for America's Cup is awarded victory in unfinished contest held off Harwich.

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Aerial shots of the yachts at sea. Close shots past camera. Aerial of the yachts passing the Cork Lightship. The Britannia is seen in the sailing also. Shot of the Endeavour passing the camera.

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Keywords: Sport, Ships and Boats, Yachting, Great Britain, Water Sports - Sailing
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Perry Wins Title in Final Against Crawford
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Summary: Perry Wins US Title in Tremendous Final Against Crawford
Story No: BM2583
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 21/09/1933 12:00 PM
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Forest Hills acknowledges first British Champion since Doherty in 1903.

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Elevated shot of Perry and Crawford entering the courts. Elevated long shot of the play. Close shot of spectators. Close shot of player serving. Perry jumping the net after winner and shakes hands with Crawford. Close shot of Perry speaking after receiving the cup with Crawford at right.

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Keywords: Tennis, United States of America, Fred Perry, Jack Crawford, Australia, Personalities - Sport
Locations: Australia, United States, Oceania, North America
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Leg Theory Bowling Traps Australians In Third Test
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Summary: Leg Theory Bowling Traps Australians In Third Test
Story No: BM2258
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 16/02/1933 12:00 PM
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Fol. British Movietone News presents first pictures of England's leg-theory bowling attack during Third Test at Adelaide. The following camera record of Australia's first innings reveals the dramatic incidents which gave rise to the cricket controversy in the use of leg theory tactics.

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Elevated shot of pavilion. Crowd round same. Cricketers walk out from same. Elevated long shot of play. Singleton for wicket. Allen bowling. Woodfull and Larwood. Long shot of play and pavilion. Close shot of Woodfull being hit by ball from Larwood. Close shot of Woodfull surrounded. Larwood in slow motion bowling, to Bradman batting. Slow motion. Shot of Bradman walking out. Elevated shot of entering pavilion with crowd around same. Shot of Larwood bowling. Leg trap theory. Slow motion. Elevated shot of crowd. Elevated shot of play. Ponsford playing. Oldfield struck on head by bowl from Larwood. Oldfield surrounded by cricketers. Oldfield leaves field and enters pavilion. Shot of Larwood bowling. Crowd yelling at same. Pan shot of crowd. Batsmen come out from wicket. Close shot of score board. Long shot of pavilion and spectators.

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Keywords: Bodyline, Cricket, Buildings, Landmarks and Monuments, Disasters and Accidents, Gubby Allen, Bill Woodfull, Harold Larwood, Don Bradman, Bill Ponsford, Bert Oldfield, Body Line, Camera Effects, Personalities - Sport, Australia
Subjects: Cricket, Sports
Locations: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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