Selected Originals - Aussies Keep Davis… 1952

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) for story "Aussies Keep Davis Cup" 52/3.

    Mute version of Newsreel Story. Shots in different order. Shot of Trophy not supered.

    Sydney, Australia. Davis Cup - Tennis

    CU Davis Cup tennis trophy.

    GV Crowded White City in Sydney.

    SCU Crowd basking in sunshine. LV Sedgman v. Vic Seixas. Seixas serving from far end. Nice rally. Cleverly placed ball by Sedgman along line. Forces Seixas to backhand into net. GV Crowd. SV Sedgman serving from other end. LV Seixas returns into net to end game, set and match. Sedgman throws racket away, leaps net and shaking hands with opponent. SV Two players walking from court.

    GV Crowd.

    LV Doubles. Sedgman on left nearest camera. Americans serving from far end. Roy (?) Trabert sends a long high one for Ken McGregor to chase. He returns from well outside baseline. Rally continues until McGregor cleverly backhands past Ted Schroeder to win point. SV Crowd applauding. LV McGregor serving. Sedgman wins game, set, and match with a hard smash. Players congratulate. GV Crowded White City applauding.

    SCU Sedgman walking forward with Davis Cup. SV Pressmen. SV Victorious Australian team with Davis Cup. CU Frank Sedgman.

    (Orig. F.G.)

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    01:44:01:00 / 01:45:18:00
    52/3 F (Selected Originals)
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    52/003 F
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