Soccer Fever In Stockholm As World Cup Time… 1958

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    Stockholm, Sweden.

    Various shots of a very excited crowd watching football match. CU. Football. CU. LS. Young boy kicking the ball. CU. Ball hitting man who is lying on grass, he sits up with a start. LS. Youths playing with football. LS. Two youths arriving at deserted stadium. CU. Of them looking round and talking. GV. Man shovelling earth onto pitch. CU. Ground being raked over. CU. Man looking from bridge at a view of Stockholm. CU. Statues, nude figures. CU. Couple looking at placard, pan down to the bag that the girl is carrying. CU. Box of matches advertising soccer match. CU. Man lighting cigarette. Various shots of guides showing people around Stockholm. CU. Golden Soccer Cup being taken out of box. MS. Cup being placed on stand. CU. Cup. Various shots of meeting being held. Montage of shots of people answering telephones, counting tickets and marking bookings etc. CU tickets being taken from shelves and packed into boxes.


    Note: intermittent sound.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:20:21:00 / 01:22:15:00
    UN 3095 A
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    UN 3095 A
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