Australia Wins The Ashes 1938

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    This is a duplicate of item 975.20 - check for best quality.

    Item title reads - Australia win and keep the Ashes.

    Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire.

    Various shots of the match between Australia and England, including crowds and scoreboard. M/S as they wheel a cover out in the rain. Various shots as Australia go on to win and crowds rush onto the pitch. L/S as the teams walk through, M/S as the two captains shake hands.

    Amongst the players seen in action are Bill O'Reilly (Australia), Denis Compton (England), Ben Barnett (Australian wicket-keeper), Bill Bowes (England) and Don Bradman (Australia).

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    28/07/1938
    Sound:
    sound
    Media URN:
    93370
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    3463.20
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:00:54:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:21:27:00 / 01:22:21:00
    Canister:
    38/60
    Sort Number:
    38/060
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    Sport & Leisure
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  • Amongst the players seen in action are Bill O'Reilly (Australia), Denis Compton (England), Ben Barnett (Australian wicket-keeper), Bill Bowes (England) and Don Bradman (Australia).

    jamied 2nd May 2012
  • Brilliant - thanks. You can find your comment in the main description now.

    British Pathé 23rd May 2012

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