Cricket - The 3rd Test 1947

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    Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

    Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia.

    LS Various shots of the crowds in the stands at Melbourne cricket ground.

    MS of journalists and reporters typing in the press box.

    CU Brian Sellers, captain of Yorkshire and a cricket writer, turning the pages of a book.

    CU Harold Dale, bearded, looking through binoculars. CU of George Duckworth ex wicket keeper.

    VS of cricket test match between England and Australia.

    LS T G Evans and Denis Compton join in missing a catch off Arthur Morris Australia's opening batsman.

    LS Morris falls to Bedser LBW. LS Morris finally out, walks off the field. VS of England batting.

    Bill Voce, Alec Bedser and Wright, all bowl to Bradman unsuccessfully..

    LS Yardley who finally got Donald Bradman out, bowling to him.

    More shots of play. LS a man walks on to the pitch to meet English players. He is removed by Umpires.

    Possibly connected with 47/3 - MD.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:11:09:00 / 01:13:10:00
    UNSO Reel 093
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    UNSO 093
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