Tottenham Home With Double 1961

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    Tottenham - Home with the Double.

    L/S The open bus coming towards camera, flanked by crowds the Spurs team are on the top deck. L/S Spurs team waving to the crowd from the bus. C/U Danny Blanchflower. L/S Bus coming towards camera. L/S From the bus the enormous crowd walking behind. L/S The bus travelling along between crowds. L/S People dancing a on balcony above shops. one couple still in their nightwear. L/S The bus. L/S Building with Sign "Tottenham Hotspur Football Club". L/S The bus travelling past the building. M/S Crowds. L/S The bus. Massed crowds. L/S The Bus.

    L/S The massed crowds walking behind the bus. Now have policemen with linked arms trying to hold them back. C/U The mayor and Mayoress waiting on the town hall steps. M/S Members of the team outside the town hall. M/S Crowd. M/S The team with the mayor who holds the F.A. Cup Danny Blanchflower holds the league trophy. C/U The Mayor and Blanchflower. L/S Elevated massed crowds outside the town hall natural sound starts with cheering. C/U Danny Blanchflower on the balcony he starts to speak amid cheers he finishes speaking natural sound continues with cheers to where Bobby Smith starts to speak he finishes speaking where natural sound ends. L/S Elevated massed crowds cheering. M/S Blanchflower and the mayor holding F.A. cup and league trophy.

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    01:45:33:00 / 01:47:42:00
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