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The Million Pound Marathon

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Tuesday's Documentary
Raymond Baxter reports on the 1974 World Cup Rally
The morning after the Cup Final, ANDREW COWAN , INNES IRELAND, ERIC JACKSON and STIRLING MOSS were among the drivers of 70 cars which set out from Wembley Stadium to drive 10,000 miles through 14 countries of Europe, Africa and Asia, in a race to reach Munich in time for the World Cup kick-off this week. The route crossed the Sahara twice. The cars included Jeeps, Range Rovers, a 1957 Hillman Minx and a 1930 Bentley Tourer. This shows what happened to the starters and survivors of a great motoring adventure with a million pounds at stake in cars, crews, and prizes.
Cameramen COLIN WALDECK , JOHN GOODYER Sound GRAHAM RODGER
Film editor Michael ALOOF TONY SALMON
Written and produced by BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: Andrew Cowan
Unknown: Eric Jackson
Unknown: Stirling Moss
Unknown: Hillman Minx
Unknown: Colin Waldeck
Unknown: John Goodyer
Produced By: Brian Robins

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The Million Pound Marathon

BBC One London, 11 June 1974 21.25






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