This game footage from 1970 is in very good condition. The film canisters were a bit rusty and dusty, but the film inside just needed a surface cleaning. My guess is that the film was shot at 32 or 36 frames per second to intentionally create a slow-motion effect for easier motion analysis when played back at 24 fps as you see here.

The high vantage point and zoom lens also make these films a pleasure to watch compared to other typical sports films.

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