Back With The Cup Aka Newcastle United 1952

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    Newcastle United return home with the FA cup.

    Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear.

    GV. Train entering Newcastle Station (first 7 for super.) SV. Crowd watching in station. SCU. Mayor greeting Joe Harvey with Cup. GV. Packed Newcastle streets. SV. Newcastle team on top of coach going through crowded streets. GV. Newcastle football team on top of coach going through crowded streets. Harvey with Cup, Jackie Milburn waving. SV. Paper being showered from windows. SV. Paper being showered from windows, pan down to coach. SV. CU. Crowd marching at side of coach. SV. Coach entering Newcastle ground (St. James' Park). SV. Packed Newcastle ground cheering. LV. Harvey and team parading with Cup. SV. Harvey showing Cup to crowd. SV. Crowd cheering. SV. Harvey and team mates going into Stand. GV. Packed ground looking up at Stand. SV. Joe Harvey at microphone, lead-in for voice. SV. Crowd looking up - lead-in for voice. SV. Joe Harvey saying. CU. Milburn looking at Harvey. CU. Harvey saying.

    NATURAL SOUND: (Joe Harvey speaking) "My Lord Mayor, lads and lasses, I don't know what I'm going to say now I've got home with it. Somebody asked me if they'd given it to us, but I told them that we'd beaten the best teams in the country (cheers).' CU. "And we've really earned it this time. I'd like to thank all the lads for all they've done, kept together and fought right through to the end, and brought an honour back to Tyneside which I think will not be beaten again for a long, long time. Thank you very much."

    GV. Crowd cheering.

    (Orig. Neg.) (Title scene "J")

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