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Titanic Centenary Collection (29 Films)
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FUNERAL OF COUNCILLOR W WESTCOTT

Funeral Of Councillor W Westcott (1920-1929)

Funeral procession of Councillor W Westcott, 'the father of...

[W.H. BERRY AS ALBERT CHUFF]

[w.H. Berry As Albert Chuff] (1920)

Theatrical excerpt - W.H. Berry plays Albert Chuff - production...

W.A.A.F ARMOURERS

W.A.A.F Armourers (1941)

The W.A.A.F. learn how to arm aeroplanes and maintain the machines.

W.A. WINNEY, ESQUIRE

W.A. Winney, Esquire (1914-1918)

Footage of W.A. Winney.

REHEARSAL OF R.A.F. COLOURS CEREMONY - W.R.A.F. IN NEW HAT

Rehearsal Of R.A.F. Colours Ceremony - W.R.A.F. In New Hat (1951)

W.R.A.Fs marching & standard...

TRIBUTE TO D W GRIFFITH

Tribute To D W Griffith (1950)

Mary Pickford and others stars pay tribute to D W Griffith. Crestwood,...

NEW GOVERNOR FOR N.S.W. - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

New Governor For N.S.W. - Sydney, Australia (1966)

Sir Roden Cutler is welcomed by Premier R W...

CAMERA INTERVIEWS - MR W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM

Camera Interviews - Mr W. Somerset Maugham (1929)

W. Somerset Maugham seen at his home on the...

FUNERAL OF W C HANDY - FATHER OF THE BLUES

Funeral Of W C Handy - Father Of The Blues (1958)

Funeral of 'Father of the Blues' W C Handy takes...

SECOND BIRTHDAY OF W.A.V.E.S.

Second Birthday Of W.A.V.E.S. (1944)

The W.A.V.E.S. celebrate their second birthday with march at New...

DUCHESS OF GLOUCESTER WITH THE W.A.A.F. - MAY 1941

Duchess Of Gloucester With The W.A.A.F. - May 1941 (1941)

Duchess of Gloucester inspects W.A.A.F....

FUNERAL W.P. HARTLEY

Funeral W.P. Hartley (1922)

The funeral of Sir W.P. Hartley, Trawden, Lancashire.

NEW SALVATION ARMY GENERAL

New Salvation Army General (1954)

General Osborn and Commander W. Kitchen.

NEW UNIFORMS FOR W.A.C.S.

New Uniforms For W.A.C.S. (1951)

Two W.A.C.S. posing in new uniforms.

TENNIS

Tennis (1921)

American Lawn Tennis Champion W.T. Tilden practises shots for the All-England Championships....

SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS aka AMATEUR SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP

Skating Championships AKA Amateur Skating Championship (1928)

C.W. Horn beats F.W. Dix in the...

LAWN TENNIS CHAMPION

Lawn Tennis Champion (1921)

U.S. lawn tennis champion W.J. Tilden practises for the All England...

CANCER APPEAL

Cancer Appeal (1956)

Col. W.R. Fitzgerald speaking for cancer appeal.

BUDGET COMMENTS

Budget Comments (1948)

Independent MP W J Brown comments on the budget. London.

RUNNING TO BRIGHTON AND BACK TWICE

Running To Brighton And Back Twice (1921)

C.W. Hart aged 56 puts in a good performance together with...

BIG BILL COMES BACK

Big Bill Comes Back (1927)

Tennis: W.T.. Tilden defeats Rene Lacoste in Paris.

MINTER WINS TROPHY RACE

Minter Wins Trophy Race (1963)

Derek W. Minter wins motorcycle race at Silverstone.

BY ONE POINT

By One Point (1924)

W. Hagen wins the Open Golf Championship for America.

Selected Originals - W. BERLIN MOURN BURGOMASTER

Selected Originals - W. Berlin Mourn Burgomaster (1953)

Material relating to newsreel story "W....

Selected Originals - W. GERMANY 1; USSR 2

Selected Originals - W. Germany 1; Ussr 2 (1956)

Material related to story "W. Germany 1; USSR 2" -...

MAGIC EYE

Magic Eye (1938)

Mr C. W. Roberts invents a periscope which enables him to look at all directions.

ULSTER GRAND PRIX

Ulster Grand Prix (1923)

W. L. Handley wins Ulster Grand Prix, whilst others crash on a difficult...

SECOND TO NONE IN THE LAND!

Second To None In The Land! (1930)

Major-General Sir L W Atcherley inspects Police in Liverpool.

LEWIS DOUGLAS:  AMBASSADOR TO U.K.

Lewis Douglas: Ambassador To U.K. (1947)

Lewis W. Douglas is sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to Britain....

DAYLIGHT SAVER'S MEMORIAL

Daylight Saver's Memorial (1927)

The unveiling of a sun dial memorial to W. Willett.

LONDON TO BRIGHTON WALK

London To Brighton Walk (1929)

London to Brighton walk won by T. W. Green.

COPYING NATURE

Copying Nature (1935)

Mr W L Phillips makes artificial flowers out of bread!

Selected Originals - TURNCOATS RETURN aka USA P.O.W. RETURN

Selected Originals - Turncoats Return AKA USA P.O.W. Return (1955)

Material relating to newsreel...

A.R.P. PRAM - HEXTABLE

A.R.P. Pram - Hextable (1938)

A gas proof pram filters the air and keeps baby safe, invented by F. W....

BARKING TO SOUTHEND WALK aka A LONG BEAT

Barking To Southend Walk AKA A Long Beat (1922)

Walking race from Barking to Southend won by W. J....

A POPULAR CHOICE - LONDON

A Popular Choice - London (1926)

Cine-portrait of A. W. Carr - recently choses captain of England...

Selected Originals KOREA P.O.W. CHANGE OVER

Selected Originals Korea P.O.W. Change Over (1953)

Material relating to the newsreel story "Korea...

ANOTHER RECORD FOR BRITAIN

Another Record For Britain (1929)

Mr R. W. Weatherall breaks speed record in his outboard motorboat...

W.R.A.C. WEDDING

W.R.A.C. Wedding (1949)

Brides in the army can borrow wedding dresses for free from Quartermaster's...

SECOND TO NONE IN THE LAND

Second To None In The Land (1929)

Major General Sir L. W. Atcherley reviews Liverpool's police force....

THE BRIGHTON WALK

The Brighton Walk (1925)

W. P. Baker wins the London to Brighton walk for the second year running.

AS IN DICK WHITTINGTON'S DAY

As In Dick Whittington's Day (1925)

City Fathers parade through London to the Guildhall to elect new...

US AMBASSADOR UNVEILS MEMORIAL BUST

Us Ambassador Unveils Memorial Bust (1919)

The American Ambassador John W. Davis in Higham to unveil...

ULSTER GRAND PRIX

Ulster Grand Prix (1923)

The Ulster Grand Prix is won by W. L. Handley but many competitors crash.

THE WEDDING OF THE SEASON

The Wedding Of The Season (1925)

Lady Alexandra Curzon marries Major E. W. Metcalfe in London, big...

HARMONOGRAPH PENDULUM aka INVENTIONS AT G.W.R. EXHIBITION

Harmonograph Pendulum AKA Inventions At G.W.R. Exhibition (1937)

Harmonograph recording two or...

MINTER WINS NATIONAL 500

Minter Wins National 500 (1964)

Derek W Minter wins the British 500 cc motorcycle race at Snetterton.

NOT A SINGLE BUTTON LEFT BEHIND

Not A Single Button Left Behind (1929)

Commander-in-Chief, General Sir W. Thwaites, and last of...

W.R.N.S. AT THE HELM

W.R.N.S. At The Helm (1944)

Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service ferry their boat from ship to...

POLICE ON PARADE

Police On Parade (1934)

Lieutenant Colonel W. D. Allan inspects Liverpool police at Seafton Park.