This near-complete silent film of the 1909 VFL Grand Final is the earliest known surviving footage of Australian.
This amazing footage of the 1909 VFL grand final between South Melbourne and Carlton at the MCG, held by the National Film and Sound.
The 1909 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Carlton Football Club and South Melbourne Football.
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Being a railway buff from way back, I also have hours of old footage and short film on railways and the likes, including 'Marvelous Melbourne' which is also awesome. Liverpool FC, HNS Vatreni. Premiership captain Charlie Ricketts South Melbourne. And play the game you did. Carlton lost the ensuing centre-bounce at the restart of play. From wearing it with a cape to draping it differently, here are some tips on how to add a twist to the saree look. South started brightly, but kicked two behinds that should have been goals. In the third quarter, Carlton rover Martin Gotz was knocked out and was carried from the ground on a stretcher, but he returned to the ground in the last quarter and stood in the forward line. Separate names with a comma. The Dice Man likes this. Carlton's reluctant recruit passes away. South then bored in ever harder and, following a 1909 VFL season of behinds, goaled through Franks. VFL on Film 2: 1946-1982 - Rare AFL footage