Alex Parker Footballer Of The Year 1958

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    Full title reads: "Falkirk. Alex Parker Footballer Of The Year".

    Falkirk, Scotland. Award of the Sunday Mail Scottish Footballer of the Year Prize is given.

    GV Elevated shot, int. Regal Cinema, Falkirk where "The Footballer of the Year" presentation is being made to Alex Parker.

    SV Former winners of the award seated on the stage applauding includes Willie McNaught and George Young.

    SV Alex Parker standing up about to be presented with trophy by the Provost.

    LV Members of Falkirk team applauding in audience.

    CU Provost shaking hands with Alex Parker and holding trophy which he awards to him.

    GV Member of Supporters Club making presentation of a clock.

    SV Alex Parker getting up to speak and looking a bit nervous.

    SV Club managers seated on the stage.

    GV Alex Parker speaking from stage.

    LV Audience applauding.

    CU Alex Parker. (Neg.)

    Cataloguer's Note: Special Issue for Scotland. Event programme in folder.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:30:56:00 / 01:31:44:00
    58/15 (Special)
    Sort Number:
    58/015 (Special)
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    Alex Parker Scotland Tayside & Central Scotland
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