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AUTOBALL

Autoball (1961)

Sussex and Surrey teams compete in this bizarre 'motor polo' match.

ROAD RAILERS aka LAND ROVER ROAD-RAIL VEHICLE

Road Railers AKA Land Rover Road-Rail Vehicle (1961)

With caterpillar tracks and bogie wheels, the...

EVEREST AIR EXPEDITION

Everest Air Expedition (1933)

British team set off from Heston to fly over Mt. Everest.

FLORENTINE PAGEANTRY

Florentine Pageantry (1935)

Medieval pageant in Pietrasanta in Italy.

WALSH AND BARKER

Walsh And Barker (1935)

Walsh and Barker sing the humorous song 'Dennis the Menace from Venice'.

MOTHER AND CHILD!

Mother And Child! (1938)

Lots of baby animals at a zoo in Budapest.

WHEELABOUT NOVELTIES

Wheelabout Novelties (1930)

Invention - a pram which turns into a high chair. Collapsible pram also...

NEW FRENCH ARTERIAL ROAD

New French Arterial Road (1938)

Men work on the construction of a new road between Paris and Brittany.

HORSE JUMPING COMPETITIONS

Horse Jumping Competitions (1923)

Spectators enjoy the horse jumping competitions at Enniskerry in...

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VETERANS  aka AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VETS

American Civil War Veterans AKA American Civil War Vets (1924)

Elderly American Civil War...

V.C.'s PARADE aka DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL LEAGUE

V.C.'s Parade AKA Distinguished Conduct Medal League (1952)

Holders of various bravery medals...

Selected Originals - SAXON STONE AT KINGSTON

Selected Originals - Saxon Stone At Kingston (1951)

Material relating to newsreel story "Coronation...

WHITE CITY

White City (1950)

Inter-University Athletics event Oxford and Cambridge Vs Cornell and Princeton.

SPEEDBOAT DEATH

Speedboat Death (1958)

Italian speedboat star Ezio Selva dies in a speedboat race at Miami, Florida.

SUMMER SCHOOL aka CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY CAMP

Summer School AKA Children's Holiday Camp (1939)

Children attend a summer school where they get...

HAIR STYLES

Hair Styles (1949)

Hair styles from history books still look attractive.

SEA SALT

Sea Salt (1954)

Item showing working salt plant in Barletta, Italy.

CONTROLLED MINE EXPLOSIONS.

Controlled Mine Explosions. (1946)

Explosions at the face of experimental coal mine shaft.

CANADIAN NEWSPRINT

Canadian Newsprint (1952)

Newsprint factory in Canada.

FILM TAKEN DURING GEMINI 9 FLIGHT AND RE-ENTRY aka FILM TAKEN DURING GEMINI 9...

Film Taken During Gemini 9 Flight And Re-Entry AKA Film Taken During Gemini 9... (1966)

Satellite...

THE SPORTS CAR OF THE YEAR

The Sports Car Of The Year (1955-1956)

A Documentary about the MG (A) - and the development of a new model...

FILM FANFARE - NO 7 - part 1

Film Fanfare - No 7 - Part 1 (1956)

Peter Noble and MacDonald Hobley present, features Lisa Gastoni...

ZAMBOANGA CITY, MINDANAO ISLAND, PHILIPPINES

Zamboanga City, Mindanao Island, Philippines (1966)

Views of Zamboanga, stilt village and...

NEW IDEAS FOR ROAD TRANSPORT

New Ideas For Road Transport (1950)

Footage of the 15th Motor Show at Earl's court, London.

SOUTER JOHNNIE

Souter Johnnie (1961)

A look at the house of Souter Johnnie, who was immortalised in the famous poem by...

COOKIE DOLLS aka FILM STAR DOLLS

Cookie Dolls AKA Film Star Dolls (1961)

An item about a housewife with an unusual hobby - making...

ARMY VETERANS PARADE

Army Veterans Parade (1935)

Members of British Legion and Chelsea Pensioners remember dead from World...

CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER

Curiouser And Curiouser (1929)

Strange game involving a golf game played with bows and arrows.

OVER THE ALPS AND FAR AWAY

Over The Alps And Far Away (1931)

Aerodrome at Chamonix - aerial views of Mont Blanc.

CINETOPICALITIES IN BRIEF NO. 38

Cinetopicalities In Brief No. 38 (1938)

A bridge over the Atlantic in Scotland, fur evening jackets...

SOME PUFF-PUFF

Some Puff-Puff (1928)

The world's biggest locomotive, 125 feet long and weighing 550 tons, makes maiden...

NELSON'S CUBS

Nelson's Cubs (1929)

Admiral Jellicoe inspects naval cadets and presents prizes at Royal Hospital School...

GERMANY WIN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OF EUROPE

Germany Win Football Championship Of Europe (1920)

An item showing Germany winning the European...

THE KING INSPECTS CADETS IN TRAINING

The King Inspects Cadets In Training (1948)

King attends cadets manoeuvres at Aldershot.

2,000 M.P.H. ROCKET RIDE

2,000 M.P.H. Rocket Ride (1952)

A monkey called Albert and two white mice are fired in a rocket in an...

FLOOD HAVOC IN NEW SOUTH WALES

Flood Havoc In New South Wales (1950)

Heavy rain causes massive floods in towns in Australia.

AUSTRALIANS FOR KOREA

Australians For Korea (1950)

Australians in preparations to go to Korea and MacArthur on the frontline.

JACQUES PENRY

Jacques Penry (1939)

Psychologist Jacques Penry suggests a person's profile can indicate their...

DOG SHOW issue title - THIS WAY PLEASE!

Dog Show Issue Title - This Way Please! (1943)

Large crowds attend a dog show to see lots of lovely...

NEW LAW COURTS

New Law Courts (1968)

Queen Elizabeth II opens new extension to Law Courts. London.

FLYING BUSMEN

Flying Busmen (1949)

London bus transport workers learn how to fly in their spare time.

SPEED RECORD ATTEMPT - JOHN COBB

Speed Record Attempt - John Cobb (1947)

John Cobb beats his own land speed record at Bonneville Salt...

U.S. NAVY BOMBS JAPAN

U.S. Navy Bombs Japan (1945)

American navy third fleet bombs Japanese ships and factories.

FANNY BLANKERS-KOEN LOSES

Fanny Blankers-Koen Loses (1949)

Dutch athlete Fanny Blankers-Koen loses 100 yards race to young...

IONOSPHERE ROCKET

Ionosphere Rocket (1945)

Testing of the ionosphere rockets in New Mexico, USA.

AEROPLANES

Aeroplanes (1940)

Material of a Spitfire stuck in water, and D.C.3 aeroplanes landing on airfield.

MOSCOW ATHLETES V. NORTHERN SELECTED TEAM - ATHLETICS

Moscow Athletes V. Northern Selected Team - Athletics (1954)

Russians with CCCP on their jerseys,...

BRITANNIA SHIELD BOXING TOURNAMENT REEL 1

Britannia Shield Boxing Tournament Reel 1 (1954)

Boxing competition Britannia Shield Trophy,...

NEW 'EUROPE BRIDGE' COMPLETE

New 'europe Bridge' Complete (1963)

New Europe Bridge completed in Austria.

NEW RUSSIAN STEEL WORKS

New Russian Steel Works (1957)

A new "steel shop" at a vast Soviet steel works, various shots of...