For 1929's North V South Cup Tie 1929

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    Item title reads - For 1929's North versus South cup tie. Bolton Wanderers - the famous "Trotters" - and their popular skipper, Jimmy Seddon. 5 of the team are playing in their 3rd final, and 4 are Bolton born!

    C/U of Jimmy Seddon. M/S of Bolton Wanderers lined up, the camera pans across them with their arms folded, they laugh.

    Intertitle - 'Portsmouth - "Pompey" - led by Johnny McIlwain - are playing their first final and are the hope of the south.'

    Intertitle - 'J. McIlwain - Captain. Centre Half.' C/U of his face.

    Intertitle - 'Tom Bell and J. A. Mackie - Backs.' C/U's of Bell and Mackie.

    Intertitle - D. Thackeray and J. Nicol - The Halves.' C/U of Thackeray then Nicol looking at camera and smiling.

    Intertitle - 'Davy Watson and Fred Cook - Left Wing.' C/U's of the two of them.

    Intertitle - 'J. Weddle - Centre.' C/U of his face.
    Intertitle - 'F. Forward and J. Smith - Right Wing.' C/U's of them.

    Intertitle - 'J. Gilfillan - Goal.' C/U of his face.

    Intertitle - 'May the luck be equal, and the best side win! The only official and authorised pictures of the Cup Final will appear in the Pathe Gazette.'

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    British Pathé
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    01:39:14:00 / 01:41:40:00
    G 1601
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    G 1601
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