British Pathé are involved in all sorts of projects alongside running the world’s finest digital archive, one of which is the production of specialist DVDs. With so much momentous footage we try our hardest to ensure that the general public are fully of aware of our archive’s cinematic wealth.
The latest in our successful line of DVDs is ‘The Greatest England Games 1920-1966’ – a 130 minute tour-de-force of England football’s finest moments, narrated by the utterly famous Barry Davies. Maybe you’re a fan of football, maybe you need to buy a gift for a friend, or maybe you need to act quickly before Father’s Day springs itself upon us once again. Whatever you’re situation, you can’t go wrong with this classy collection of timeless footage.
The notorious 1966 England World Cup Victory is depicted in colour, a feat that only the British Pathé film archive can boast and just one example of the brilliant clips to feature in this British Pathé production. This DVD takes the viewer on a flavoursome journey that includes the opening of the Wembley Stadium, the effects of World War II on football, and great clips of Billy Wright, Bobby Charlton, Tom Finney, Stanley Matthews and Duncan Edwards.