Carramba! - So This Is English Football 1931

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    Full title reads: "West Ham. Carramba! - So this is English football. Spain's football team - where the game is now more popular than bullfighting - see West Ham's thrilling victory over Everton by 4 goals to 2."

    Upton Park, West Ham, London.

    Players from the Spanish national football team walk out onto the pitch. They are well wrapped up against the cold and several of them are wearing berets. They receive warm applause from the crowd. The Spaniards pose for the cameras.

    Intertitle reads: "Zamora, the idol of the Spanish 'fans', who earns £30 per week."

    CU of Ricard Zamora famous Spanish goalkeeper.

    Various shots of football match between West Ham and Everton.

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    01:19:28:00 / 01:21:20:00
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    Everton 1930s Football Immersive Nine Lives - Everton Spain dixie 1 DD Temporary Workspaces: 10.11.2011 10:51 Everton East End Babylon
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