HEARTS FOOTBALL CLUB CENTENARY 1974

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Places:

  • Edinburgh

Subjects:

  • Celebrations, traditions and customs
  • Sporting activities

Genres:

  • Sports
  • Television sport

Series:

  • Scotsport

Decade:

  • 1970s

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Title: HEARTS FOOTBALL CLUB CENTENARY 1974

Reference number: T0677

Date: 1974, January 9

Production company: Scottish Television

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 8.13 mins

Description: Heart Football Club celebrating their centenary with pipes and drums and a presentation by Motherwell Football Club.

Please note this film is not complete in that there are no titles or credits, and there is intervening black leader in between some sections (as indicated in shotlist).

Shotlist: [no title or credits] Shots inside boardroom as SFA officials make the draw for the 1974 SFA cup (1.18); - Blank - (1.31); pipes and drums on the turf of Tynecastle football stadium in Edinburgh(1.50); - Blank - (2.02); Shots inside trophy room at Tynecastle. Voice-over on history of Hearts Football Club (2.35); Reporter on turf talking about the Club in the 1950s (3.18); Interview with Hearts chairman, Bill Lindsay, in trophy room on the planned events for the Centenary Year (5.53); Pipes and drums on the pitch (6.20); Crowds in stand watch as youngest club player, Cammy Fraser, presents new club standard to pipe major flanked by four Hearts players, Willie White, John Hanlon, Walter Scott and John Lowe. Close-up of the four veterans (7.07); Flag is tied up to pole and hoisted over the stadium (8.03); Motherwell FC team captain presents silver salver to Hearts team captain to mark Hearts centenary (8.31); Club badge (8.40)