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Football Cup 5th Round. Manchester City V Stoke
A crowd of over 73,000 at Maine Road watch the 5th round Cup tie between Division Two's Manchester City and Stoke City.
Non-Fiction 1928 1 mins Silent
18th February 1925 and Maine Road hosts a crowd of over 73,000 for a 5th Round Cup tie between Division Two high fliers Manchester City and Stoke City. Topical Budget offers the usual opening shots of teams running on to the pitch - preceded rather unusually by a man with a toy rabbit on his head. The huge crowd are quite a backdrop to the match footage. Stoke's Wilson scored the only goal of the match, four minutes from time.
Queens Visit to Newcastle 1954: FA Cup Returns 1955 Queens Visit to Newcastle 1954: FA Cup Returns 1955
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Non-Fiction 1925 3 mins Silent
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Documentary 1973 15 mins
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Industry sponsored film 1957 20 mins
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Industry sponsored film 1957 9 mins
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