Everton V Liverpool (1967)



No title – Everton v Liverpool Cup Tie football match shown on big television screens.

Anfield, Liverpool, Merseyside.

Various shots men erecting giant T.V. screen in high wind on Liverpool ground. C/U men holding ropes. Various shots as the large television screens are put up. M/S special T.V. projector, zoom into lens. Exterior shots A.B.C. T.V. van, pan to the G.P.O. T.V. van. M/S’s crowds arriving at the Liverpool ground. Various shots people queuing up. M/S people going through turnstiles. C/U ‘Home Team’ on door. M/S pan empty dressing room. L/S at night, crowds cheering in Liverpool ground, the T.V. projector can be seen working in background.

C/U fan. Various shots of the game in progress on television. M/S crowd watching with T.V. projector in background. M/S play in progress on the screen. C/U fan watching. M/S play in progress on screen. M/S play in progress on the Liverpool ground. M/S crowd watching the T.V. screen at the Liverpool ground. M/S play in progress on T.V. screen. M/S play in progress at Anfield. M/S crowds watching and cheering with T.V. projector in background. M/S Everton attacking, Ball scores for Everton.
FILM ID:2023.08

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9 thoughts on “Everton V Liverpool (1967)”

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_pvdVEsF3E you should watch this video reporter unwittingly asked a former Liverpool goalkeeper for his memories from the derby game with Everton. Stuart Flinders was asking people on the street in Liverpool if they remembered the…

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  2. Remember this game well paid £50 a ticket for Goodison.
    Alan Ball had not long joined Everton but what a goal he scored.
    Liverpool have well recovered and got revenge from that FA Cup tie.

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