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Title More than a game : series / producer, Tom Ware.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson DVD  796.334668 MORE  disc 2 pt.3-4  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
 UniM Giblin Eunson DVD  796.334668 MORE  disc 3 pt.5-6  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
Uniform title More than a game (Television programme)
Physical description 3 videodiscs (approximately 312 minutes) : sound, colour with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes Off-air recording of the SBS programme broadcast 29/04/06, 06/05/06, 13/05/06, 20/05/05, 27/05/06, 03/06/06. Copied under Part 5A of the Copyright Act 1968.
Colour recording system: PAL ; Region all.
Contents Copyright notice: Commonwealth of Australia. Copyright Regulations. 1969. Warning.
[disc 1] pt. 1. France - black, white & blue / produced & directed by Francis Whately -- [disc 1] pt. 2. Brazil - the golden team / produced & directed by Ben Southwell -- [disc 2] pt. 3. Germany - the will to win / produced & directed by Sally Thomson -- [disc 2] pt. 4. Argentina - from darkness into the light / producd & directed by Alastair Lawrence -- [disc 3] pt. 5. italy - the enemy within / produced & directed by Sally Thomson -- [disc 3] pt. 6. England - going all the way / produced & directed by Ben Southwell.
Credits Executive producer, Michael Poole.
Performers Narrator, Robert Lindsay.
Summary A six-part documentary on the World Cup. Traces its 76 year history back to pre-World War Two period, through the post-war decades to the 1990s. Provides an analytical account of World Cup football matches played since then, highlighting the crucial matches; decisive goals; legendary players; fanatical fans; and universal appeal. Includes a selective archival footage of FIFA's films. They are stories of the emergence of the superpowers of world football. Features interviews with football greats, such as Zidane, Beckenbauer, Platini and Dino Zoff. This is also an account of how the World Cup has evolved with successive series of tournaments; and how World Cup football has shaped the course of the game of football worldwide. Former football champions, such as Carlos Alberto reflects on what it was like to captain Brazil's 'golden team' of 1970, acclaimed the greatest team of all time. Toto Schillaci tells how his goals transformed Italy's fortunes in 1990; and about the heartbreak of losing in a penalty shoot out. Here a team of international football legends talks about how it felt to win football's ultimate prize.
Original Version First released : Bristol : B.B.C., 2006.
System notes DVD.
Language notes Closed-captioned narration in English, dialogues in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian, with English subtitles or translation.
Other author Ware, Tom.
Whately, Francis.
Southwell, Ben.
Thomson, Sally (Producer)
Lawrence, Alastair.
Lindsay, Robert, 1949-
British Broadcasting Corporation.
Subject World Cup (Soccer)
Football -- Political aspects.
Soccer -- History.
Soccer -- Physiological aspects.
Soccer -- Political aspects.
Soccer -- Social aspects.
Sports and state -- History -- 20th century.