• Short Summary

    Rangers win the Scottish Cup Final. They beat East Fife 3-0 in football match.

  • Description

    Full title reads: "Rangers Do It Again - For The 13th Time".

    Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland. Rangers win the Scottish Cup Final. They beat East Fife 3-0 in football match.

    CU Cup. SV Captains - Jock Shaw and Willie Laird - tossing up. LV packed ground. LV Kick off. Ball towards East Fife goal. MV Ball coming over from right wing. Willy Findlay dives to head goal pan to players. MV Crowd. MV Heading duel around East Fife goalmouth. Loose ball to Willy Thornton, who kicks up wing. MV Towards Rae charges off Laird, Rae and Laird both fall over. Ball forward. MV Henry Morris collects loose ball, passes out to Black. Black back to Henry Morris. Morris bangs it into centre. CU fan. MV Ball forward. A Brown (East Fife) collides with goalkeeper Bobby Brown (Rangers). Ball up-field. MV Crowd. CU fan drinking from bottle.

    (Second Half).

    MV George Young (Rangers) beats Aitken and David Duncan and bangs ball up centre of field. MV Aitken trips Jimmy Duncanson on edge of penalty area. Ref. points to line. CU fan. MV Free kick by Sammy Cox deflected for corner by goalie. East Fife players pat him on back. CU fans. MV Eddie Rutherford passes to Thornton. Thornton kicks forward. MV Rutherford chases ball, centres, for Thornton to head second goal, pan to players. LV Crowd. MV Ball kicked across Rangers goalmouth. MV Woodburn chases ball and kicks up-field. MV Ball rolls to Rutherford who back-passes and runs ahead for return. CU fan. MV Rutherford to Findlay, who beats goalkeeper for ball. Centres. Thornton heads third goal pan to players. MV Crowd. SV Shaw receiving Cup. MV Crowd. SV East Fife players receiving medals. SV Shaw being chaired with Cup.

    (Orig.Neg.) (Special For Scotland)

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    Film ID:
    Media URN:
    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:23:39:00 / 01:26:35:00
    50/34 (Special For Scotland)

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