Accra Sees Big Fight 1962

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    Accra sees big fight. Ghana.

    Boxing match between Joe Tettah and Percy Lewis M/S The two fighters walking towards the ring Joe Tetteh nearest camera. C/U The two boxers posing. M/S Two men and woman watching one man in flowing robes. M/S Mr Nkrumah and his wife arriving. M/S Mr Nkrumah and his wife taking their seats. L/S Fight in progress Tetteh is the darker man wearing darker shorts Lewis lands two good punches the boxers mix it. M/S Tetteh has got Lewis against the ropes and is landing some good punches Lewis manages to move off the ropes.

    L/S The boxers moving round the ring Tetteh attacks, drives Lewis up against the ropes. C/U Man in crowd applauding and smiling. L/S The fight Tetteh lands some good punches Lewis tries to fight back but then Lewis moves away. C/U Tetteh. M/S As Tetteh has Lewis on the ropes landing good punches. M/S Man in crowd wearing top hat and white gloves throwing punches. M/S Tetteh still attacking. C/U Man in crowd. C/U Tetteh hammering Lewis on the ropes. L/S The referee stops the fight. C/U The top hatted man shouting with joy. C/U Tetteh.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    18/06/1962
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    53442
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    1721.06
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:27:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:13:02:00 / 01:14:29:00
    Canister:
    62/49
    Sort Number:
    62/049
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