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Mrs Helen Wills Moody (1933)

Full title reads: "Wimbledon. Mrs Helen Wills Moody - for 7 years Tennis Queen - retains her title despite gallant fight by Miss Dorothy Round. 6-4, 6-8, 6-3."



All England Club, Wimbledon, London.



Various shots of tennis match between Helen Wills Moody and Dorothy Round in final of Women's singles competition. Cut away to show King George V and Queen Mother with others watching the game on Centre Court.



Shot of the Royal Box applauding. The two women come to the net at the end of the match. They shake hands.
FILM ID:731.12

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