Football 'new Style' 1959

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    Football new style - Tip-Kick. Duisburg-Ruhr. Germany.

    LS crowd watching men playing Tip-Kick (a bit like table football), pan down to the two players. CU Tip-Kick match clock.

    CU model with the man's hands behind him, he presses the button and the model kicks his leg. CU one of the men about to play a shot. MS man kicking the ball and scoring. MS crowd cheering.

    CU man's finger resting on the push button of his player, pan down the player's leg kicking. LS as goalkeeper dives and just tips the ball away from the goal. Various shots of the Tip-Kick match.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:44:33:00 / 01:45:14:00
    UN 3271 G
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    UN 3271 G
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  • "Duisburg-Ruhr" should simply be Duisburg, (it's in the Ruhr Valley in Germany).

    jamied 4th Nov 2012

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