The NFSA is sharing rarely seen moving images from the landmark Test Cricket series of summer 1932–33, digitally preserved from our source 35mm nitrate film components.
A panning shot around the stands at the S.C.G. shows a huge crowd present at a 1933 test match between England and Australia.
Highlights from the fourth Bodyline test against England. Featuring footage of Don Bradman both batting and bowling.
At a garden party, Douglas Jardine (Hugo Weaving), the very model of an English gentleman and a very fine cricketer, is discussing the phenomenon of the young Donald Bradman (Gary Sweet) with his f
George Ogilvie – widely recognised as one of Australia's most acclaimed theatre, film and television directors – passed away peacefully on 5 April 2020.
Now the English cricket captain, Douglas Jardine (Hugo Weaving) is determined to return from the upcoming Australian tour with the Ashes.
Hugo Weaving talks about his role as Douglas Jardine in the television mini series, 'Bodyline' (1984).
The English team is split over their Captain’s tactics.
This newsreel shows highlights of the third Test cricket Series, often referred to as the 'Bodyline’ series, between England and Australia in Adelaide in January 1933.