The Golden Age of Cricket

The Golden Age of Cricket

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This is a film for all lovers of cricket, young, old and in-between. The golden years of the game which covers the cricketing records of Bradman, Hutton and Garfield Sobers.

The fierce ‘no ball’ and bodyline bowling controversies, The wonderful 1947 Summer of Compton and Edrich.

The highlights of the most famous Test Matches and a cast of celebrities including Jack Hobbs and Sutcliffe, Lindwall and Miller, Alec and Eric Bedser, Dexter, D’Oliveira, Hammond, Hardstaff, Larwood, Laker, Jardine, Tyson, Gubby Allen and Patsy Hendren. The grand old man of cricket, W.G. Grace himself. Leyland, Voce, and Ames…..need we go on?

  • Bradman’s Lords Record
    England VS Australia 3rd Test 1932/33
    England Wins Ashes
    Jack Hobb’s Last Test match
    Bowling Legends
    England VS Australia 5th Test 1938
    England VS India 1946
    England VS South Africa 1947
    England Regain Ashes
    Highlights Of England VS Australia
    West Indies Triumph
Running Time 60 minutes
Screen Ratio 4 x 3
Audio Stereo
Picture Colour / B&W
Format Standard Definition
Director Stanley Joseph
Narrator Roy Ward
Year of Production 2005

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