Helsinki Opening Ceremony And Athletics… 1952

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Athletics action now, and nice close up of Emil Zatopek and Alain Mimoun posing with USSR's Aleksandr Anufriyev after the men's 10,000 metres final. Spectators watching on, and wide angle of stadium.
Men's high jump now, and close up of unknown male high jump performing successful jump. Close up...

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Cataloguer:
Tupaq Felber
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
No Sound
Media URN:
101103
Sort Number:
Time in/Out:
10:10:04 / 10:13:04
Canister:
Film ID:
201206.104
Issue Date:
1952

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  • The Men's High Jump and Men's 10,000 metres featured here both took place on 20 July 1952.

    jamied 28th Jul 2012

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