Chelsea Football Team Record - Shorter Version 1970

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Unused / unissued material - Colour material.

Chelsea football team go into the recording studio to record their team song 'Blue Is The Colour'. We see them rehearse but this shorter version doesn't show the players recording the song.

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
92766
Sort Number:
UN 4586 E
Time in/Out:
01:35:26:00 / 01:39:24:00
Canister:
UN 4586 E
Film ID:
3422.07
Issue Date:
1970

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  • The first man spoken to, at 00:08, is David Webb.

    Then at 00:16, Charlie Cooke.

    At 00:25, John Hollins.

    At 00:32, Marvin Hinton.

    At 00:47, Peter Osgood is the man speaking. Beside him are Ron Harris and Peter Houseman.

    Visible at 01:36 is Alan Hudson.

    jamied 24th Jul 2012

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