Manchester Thanks Munich 1958

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    Full title reads: "Manchester Thanks Munich".

    Munich, Germany and Manchester, Lancashire. Manchester thanks the doctors and nurses who helped Busby's Babes after the Munich Air Disaster.

    GV Munich Town Hall and cathedral. SV Name of hospital. GV Munich hospital. Slip Pan. LV Doctors and nurses from the Munich hospital disembarking from plane at Ringway Airport, Manchester. SV German doctors and nurses standing alongside aircraft being welcomed. CU Lord Mayor of Manchester with the German Professor Georg Maurer, Head of the Munich Hospital. CU Two German nurses smiling. GV Nurses being presented with bouquets in the airport lounge. CU Lady Mayoress of Manchester presenting bouquets to the nurses. GV Massed crowds on the pavement watching the doctors and nurses get on to coach for tour through Manchester and on to Old Trafford. Various shots of Doctors and Nurses on coach tour around Manchester. GV Massed crowds assembling around the entrances of the Manchester United Football Ground. Angle shot Name "Manchester United Football Club" on building. SV Lord Mayor of Manchester leading Doctor Maurer to the entrance of the football ground. LV Dr. Maurer and party walking out of entrance onto the football field amid crowds cheering. SV Crowds cheering. CU German nurses walking onto the football field. GV Crowds applauding and waving. CU German nurse waving back. GV Press and officials performing ceremony of presentation on field. SV Goal keeper Harry Gregg presenting bouquet in club colours to Prof. Maurer's wife. SV Interior shot with club official preparing tape recorder. CU Tape recorder. Sequence of scenes of crowds listening to Matt Busby's voice being relayed over loud speakers. GV Football game in progress between Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion. LV German Doctors and nurses sitting in stands watching game. LV Game in progress. CU Two doctors and nurses watching the game. GV Game in progress. Final score Manchester United 0 - West Bromwich Albion 4.

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    01:35:13:00 / 01:38:10:00
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