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Crumlin, The Cobweb Bar
Digitised as part of the BFI's Unlocking Film Heritage project
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British Film Institute, UTV
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00:00-00:26 Open on street sign: "Crumlin", zoom out to reveal anchor speaking to camera. 00:27-00:40 Large group of men walking into a bar, pan to anchor. 00:41-02:21 Close-up of paper clipping being read, zoom out to revel anchor and another man examining it. 02:22-02:45 Close-up on anchor speaking to camera. 02:46-05:20 Close-up on box with a rat pulled out of it, the rat runs around the table as the anchor interviews the owner, tilt up to owner talking, tilt back down to the rat. 05:21-07:16 The anchor now in the venue of the sport, talking as the spectators cheer and we see a rat win a race. 07:17-07:53 Commentator announces the winner and the crowd reacts loudly. 07:54-09:37 Back to the anchor now commentating on another race, see winner celebrate, anchor interviews the owner. 09:38-10:09 Different rat being placed into a tube, teased out and stroked in the owners hand. 10:10-10:23 Crowd shot. 10:24-10:47 Four owners placing rats into tubes for a race, pan to see the crowd beneath them watching and cheering. 10:48-11:02 Owner reacting to rat still in the middle of the tube. 11:03-11:47 Owners holding them again, waiting to release them for another race. 11:48-11:58 Crowd watching. 11:59-12:05 Owners, crowd and commentator celebrating the winning announcement. 12:06-12:10 Anchor sitting with owner at a table. 12:11-13:14 Close-up of rat scurrying on the table top, making intermittent movements. 13:15-13:36 Man speaking to camera explaining the game. 13:37-13:54 A rat being fed into a tube as an example. 13:55-14:16 Back to man talking. 14:17-14:27 Rat being held. 14:28-24:48 Close-up of rat being placed into a tube, following it across. 14:49-15:10 Man talking again.
Gordon Burns reports from Crumlin and Leslie Dawes reports from Bangor. Filmed by Ulster Television for Sportscast.
Digitised as part of the BFI's Unlocking Film Heritage project.