Would You Believe It? : Would You Believe It? No. 11 1934

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Titles read: "Would you believe it? Queer things the World over. No. 11."

Various locations of events.

M/S of a window on a terraced building with a sign beneath reading 'Ancient Lights' - commentator explains that the window has had unobstructed light for 20 years and no one may erect...

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Data

Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
51907
Sort Number:
PSP 841
Time in/Out:
01:44:30:00 / 01:47:32:00
Canister:
PSP 841
Film ID:
1628.26
Issue Date:
17/05/1934

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Would You Believe It? No. 1

Would You Believe It? No. 1

Charles Eade takes us on a tour of unusual things from around the world.

Would You Believe It? No. 2

Would You Believe It? No. 2

Unusual things from around the world including truffle hunting and Liverpool's Pet Cemetery.

Would You Believe It? No. 3

Would You Believe It? No. 3

Smallest shop in the world, pawnbroker pub, pious Sussex cottage and other strange things.

Would You Believe It? No. 5

Would You Believe It? No. 5

Odd things including Italian traffic lights, African dwellings and a whole house being moved.

Would You Believe It? No. 6

Would You Believe It? No. 6

Strange things from around Britain including a female town crier and a tiny London common.

Would You Believe It? No. 7

Would You Believe It? No. 7

Odd things including cat fur markings that spell 'mice' and a man playing hornpipe on pencil.

Would You Believe It? No. 8

Would You Believe It? No. 8

Strange things including tiny elephants inside a bean and a part of Cambridgeshire in London.

Would You Believe It? No. 10

Would You Believe It? No. 10

Odd things including an automatic garage door and a car park attendant in shining armour.

Would You Believe It? No. 11

Would You Believe It? No. 11

Odd things including strong man with a table, chair, piano and pianist on his chest.

Would You Believe It? No. 12

Would You Believe It? No. 12

Early writing and typewriting machines and insulators for electric lines being tested.

Would You Believe It? No. 13

Would You Believe It? No. 13

Strange street names in London, a German oil mill and how to mesmerise a chicken.

Would You Believe It? No. 14

Would You Believe It? No. 14

Huge mural takes shape in Manchester, a one-boy bus and a robot man startles the suburbs.

Would You Believe It? No. 15

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Protective wall, American place names in England and a girl using her feet for everyday tasks.

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