The Fourth Test 1948

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    Full title reads: "THE FOURTH TEST"

    Leeds, Yorkshire.

    The fourth cricket test match between Australia and England at Headingly Cricket Ground, Leeds. General view of massed crowds on stands. Long shot of Don Bradman heading team out onto field. Close up shot of Don Bradman leading Australians, pan to back view. Towards and pan, Len Hutton and Washbrook. Long shot of mass crowds. Several close up shots of people in audience. Long shot of the play. Hutton at wicket. Pan, Lindwall bowling. Hutton hits and makes one run. Washbrook at wicket. New wicket keeper for Australians - Saggers. Pan, Keith Miller bowling. Washbrook swipes and runs. Washbrook and Hutton running Bradman looking worried. Fielding. Miller preparing to field. Toshack bowling. Hutton scores 50th run. Johnstone puts hands to face. Hutton raises cap acknowledging applause. Top view, crowd applauding. Miller bowling. Washbrook hits 50th run. Washbrook runs, stops and acknowledges crowd. Crowd applauds. Washbrook raises cap in acknowledgement. Angle shot, two schoolboys. Lindwall bowling - slow motion. Crowd applauding. Hutton walking out after being bowled by Lindwall for 81. Top view, crowd applauding. Close up shot of scoreboard - 168 for 1. Bill Edrich at wicket. Edrich hits and makes one run. Washbrook bats, runs 99th run. Close up shot of man with pipe watching the game. Washbrook scores 100 and runs. Close up shot of Bradman applauding. Top view, crowd applauding. Washbrook takes cap off.

    Note: Some sound problems at the end of item.

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    Cataloguer:
    Sanja
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    93321
    Sort Number:
    48/060
    Time in/Out:
    01:06:15:00 / 01:08:17:00
    Canister:
    48/60
    Film ID:
    3462.03
    Issue Date:
    26/07/1948
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