Sir Donald Bradman: How to Play Cricket DVD

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Region 2 DVD (may not be viewable outside Europe).

Description

Originally made in 1934, this study of the batting style of Donald Bradman was scripted and narrated by the great man himself. No other cricketer in the history of the game has approached his figures - 6996 test runs with an average of 99.94. The film was updated in 1993 with additional comments from Bradman, filmed in his home in Adelaide.

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  • None Listed

Product Details

Actor:
  • Sir Donald Bradman
Region:
  • Free,
  • 2
Sound Information:
  • Dolby Digital
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Main Language:
  • English
Studio:
  • Cornerstone Media
Certificate:
  • E

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