• Short Summary

    Veteran footballer Fred Everiss honoured, new animals for London Zoo + cricket in Australia.

  • Description

    Title reads: "People in Camera".

    Birmingham.

    Veteran footballer honoured. C/U of Stanley Rous chatting with West Bromwich Albion's football veteran of 50 years, Fred Everiss. C/U of Lord Mayor of Birmingham. M/S of group of soccer personalities including Rous, Everliss and George Allison, manager of Arsenal Football Club. C/U of Allison. C/U of ex-soccer star Reed. C/U of Joe Reader, goal keeper for West Bromwich Albion in 1886. He is chatting with Elliot, the present captain of the West Bromwich Albion. Fred Everiss receiving the casket from the Earl of Dartmouth, President of the West Bromwich Albion. F.C. C/U of man drinking glass of beer. Note: according to old records Major General Giles is also present. Everiss also spelt Everliss.

    London.

    New animals arrive at the Royal Albert docks for the London Zoo. M/S of a giraffe in a crate being swung from the ship to the quay. C/U of giraffe, craning out of the crate to take a titbit from a policeman. C/U of head of the giraffe. M/S of an antelope being bundled into a box by several dockers. C/U of a chimpanzee wearing a naval officers hat.

    Australia.

    M.C.C. England cricket team first tryout against Western Australia. Captain Walter / Wally Hammond and other members of team walking onto pitch. Various shots of bowlers and batsmen in action. England is fielding. Back view of Wright slowly bowling. The MCC team batting. Cricketers Paul Gibb and Cyril Washbrook batting. Not playing but watching are cricketer Alec Bedser and footballer Denis Compton. Other players mentioned in commentary are Douglas Wright, Morgan Herbert, Thomas Smith and Kenneth Cumming. MCC score 208.


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  • Data

    Film ID:
    1412.17
    Media URN:
    45983
    Group:
    Pathe newsreels
    Archive:
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    21/10/1946
    Sound:
    sound
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:40:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:18:48:00 / 01:21:28:00
    Canister:
    46/84

Comments (2)

  1. jamied says

    The two mentions of "Stanley Rouse" should read Stanley Rous.

    Final paragraph - the cricket game was played on 11th, 12th and 14th October 1946.

    "Walter Hammond" should read Wally Hammond.

    "Washbrook" is Cyril Washbrook.

    "Wright" is Douglas Wright.

    "Herbert" is Morgan Herbert.

    "Smith" is Thomas Smith.

    "Cumming" is Kenneth Cumming.

    Finally, in the last paragraph, it's not England playing, but the MCC.

    Also, in the final sentence, "England score 208", that's Wally Hammond's individual score. The MCC's (not England's) score as a whole was 477.

  2. British Pathé says

    Thanks very much.

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