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HARRY PRESTON on the sleeve as - HARRY PRESTOW

Harry Preston On The Sleeve As - Harry Prestow (1932)

The sportsman Harry Preston has his portrait...

MADAME WILL YOU DANCE?

Madame Will You Dance? (1925)

Tips on correct dancing style by Dinah (?) Harris and Ted Trevor.

MR HARRY TATE - AT HOME

Mr Harry Tate - At Home (1925)

The hilarious comedian Harry Tate fools around in his garden - makes...

HARRY HEMSLEY

Harry Hemsley (1933)

Famous child impersonator Harry Hemsley does a clever act for us, as he draws a...

POWDER MAGIC!

Powder Magic! (1938)

Harry Rubin mixes up a special powder that can be either hot or cold.

MR CHURCHILL IN THE SOUTH

Mr Churchill In The South (1941)

Churchill visits Nelson's Victory and dock yard in Portsmouth.

FIRST HOME ON WEST FRONT LEAVE

First Home On West Front Leave (1945)

Lucky soldiers have their names drawn to go back to Britain on...

LABOUR MINISTER GEORGE ISAACS PRESSES THE DEMOB BUTTON

Labour Minister George Isaacs Presses The Demob Button (1945)

Labour Minster George Isaacs...

PRESIDENT TRUMAN ON ATOMIC POWER

President Truman On Atomic Power (1945)

President Truman speaks in New York's Central Park.

WEMBLEY ICE GALA aka ICE GAWA

Wembley Ice Gala AKA Ice Gawa (1945)

Great ice show at Wembley, London.

TRUMAN'S SPEECH

Truman's Speech "A Fateful Hour" (1947)

Harry Truman calls on the US to fight Communism in Europe.

AROUND BRITAIN

Around Britain (1947)

Planting seeds by plane, cycle racing from Manchester and Easter holidays in...

POST EARLY

Post Early (1937)

Sir Harry Twyford, Lord Mayor, encourages Londoners to post Xmas mail early.

SOUTH AFRICAN LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

South African Lawn Tennis Championships (1938)

N G Farquharson and Mrs Miller are winners at the...

PRESIDENT TRUMAN IN BRAZIL

President Truman In Brazil (1947)

American President Truman pays a visit to Rio for celebrations of...

THE WEDDING MONTH OPENS aka ROYAL VISIT TO PLYMOUTH

The Wedding Month Opens AKA Royal Visit To Plymouth (1947)

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth...

ALL THE WORLD LOVES A LOVER

All The World Loves A Lover (1927)

Crowds gather to see the wedding of Mr. R Harris to Miss Peggy...

EAST AND WEST - SOME DANCE COMPARISONS

East And West - Some Dance Comparisons (1922)

Different styles of dancing are contrasted - exotic...

TREAT 'EM ROUGH - DANCE STEPS

Treat 'em Rough - Dance Steps (1932)

Great rough and tumble dancing by Harry Singer and Dolly Mewse -...

FUN AND FOOTBALL FOR CHARITY

Fun And Football For Charity (1921)

Ella Retford kicks off a charity football match between two teams...

SCOUT RALLY AND LONDON'S LORD MAYOR

Scout Rally And London's Lord Mayor (1938)

A Scout Rally at Ibrox Stadium and the Lord Mayor of...

THE FIVE-TON GOLFER!

The Five-Ton Golfer! (1933)

Rosie the Elephant plays a round of golf.

GOLF STROKES ANALYSED BY THE ULTRA RAPID CAMERA

Golf Strokes Analysed By The Ultra Rapid Camera (1923)

Golfer Harry Vardon demonstrates his...

JOCKEY BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP

Jockey Boxing Championship (1922)

Charity boxing fight between two jockeys, Brighton, Sussex.

SISTER AND SEVEN BROTHERS

Sister And Seven Brothers (1924)

A whole family of artists at work in their studio.

LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL - LONDON

Lord Mayor's Appeal - London (1938)

Harry Twyford, the Lord Mayor of London, appeals for money to help...

WHIRLWIND WILLS WINS

Whirlwind Wills Wins (1924)

American boxer, Harry Wills, in training.

BRENTFORD aka HARRY ROY'S BAND V NEWSPAPERMEN IN CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH

Brentford AKA Harry Roy's Band V Newspapermen In Charity Football Match (1939)

Charity...

PRIME MINISTER AND GENERAL SMUTS AT DOVER

Prime Minister And General Smuts At Dover (1942)

Winston Churchill, General Smuts and Henry...

CHURCHILL IN USA

Churchill In USA (1946)

Churchill arrives in USA for holiday, President Truman watches as Churchill...

AN ARTISTIC FAMILY & CUTS

An Artistic Family & Cuts (1926)

A look at the work of artist Vernon March and his equally talented...

AT AMERICA'S BROOKLANDS

At America's Brooklands (1926)

Motor car racing in America, Harry Hart wins and sets up new world...

AUSTRALIA'S JOLLY JACK TARS

Australia's Jolly Jack Tars (1933)

Film about a destroyer on manoeuvres off the coast of Australia.

YEOVIL IN - AND POMPEY!

Yeovil In - And Pompey! (1949)

Yeovil and Portsmouth win to go through to the next round of the FA Cup.

PORTSMOUTH 3 NEWPORT 2 aka GIANT KILLER GO OUT FIGHTING

Portsmouth 3 Newport 2 AKA Giant Killer Go Out Fighting (1949)

Portsmouth beat Newport County in...

U.S.A.

U.S.A. (1946)

Parachutist Harry Brickmeyer tests out new pilot ejection apparatus in America. (USA).

QUEEN HONOURS HER REGIMENT

Queen Honours Her Regiment (1949)

Queen Elizabeth pays her respects to her own Regiment - The Bays -...

THE CESAREWITCH aka FRENCH HORSES WINS CESAREWITCH

The Cesarewitch AKA French Horses Wins Cesarewitch (1946)

French horse "Monsieur L'Admiral" wins...

THE KAISER'S GRAND DAUGHTER WEDS GI

The Kaiser's Grand Daughter Weds Gi (1949)

Princess Cecilie, daughter of Little Willie, marries a...

THE KAISER'S GRAND DAUGHTER WEDS GI - better version.

The Kaiser's Grand Daughter Weds Gi - Better Version. (1949)

Princess Cecilie, daughter of Little...

AROUND BRITAIN - GLASGOW - AMERICA'S FOOD GIFT

Around Britain - Glasgow - America's Food Gift (1948)

Food ship arrives to Glasgow from America.

CROYDON - ELECTION

Croydon - Election (1948)

Candidates prepare for hard election fight in Croydon.

HARRY TRUMAN WORKS THE MIRACLE

Harry Truman Works The Miracle (1948)

Harry Truman wins the American elections against all odds.

HARRY LAUDER  aka HARRY LAUDER PRESENTS PRIZES

Harry Lauder AKA Harry Lauder Presents Prizes (1920)

Sir Harry Lauder presents the prizes at the...

SUPER BOY

Super Boy (1933)

8 year old boy does strongman stuff including balancing a motorcycle on his knees!

HARRY ROBBINS

Harry Robbins (1933)

The song "Crazy Sticks" is played on the xylophone by Harry Robbins.

HARRY TATE

Harry Tate (1934)

Harry Tate and his son engage in some crosstalk in a sketch called 'How are you?".

SHIP THAT SAVED HAWKER aka SHIP THAT SAID HAWKER

Ship That Saved Hawker AKA Ship That Said Hawker (1919)

The captain and crew that saved...

FINALS OF OLYMPIC SWIMMING TRIALS

Finals Of Olympic Swimming Trials (1952)

Swimming scenes from the Finals of the Olympic Trials held...

CANADA'S FAR NORTH VOTERS

Canada's Far North Voters (1953)

Helicopters and ships take ballot boxes to Eskimo voters in Labrador...