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RENTERS DEFEAT EXHIBITORS

Renters Defeat Exhibitors (1925)

The annual cinema cricket match sees renters defeating exhibitors in...

OPTICAL EFFECTS ON DANCER

Optical Effects On Dancer (1945)

Woman dancer multiplies - optical effects.

 KIDS QUEUING FOR CINEMA

Kids Queuing For Cinema (1951)

Children queuing outside cinema for Saturday morning show.

CHILDRENS' MATINEE - CINEMA MATERIAL

Childrens' Matinee - Cinema Material (1950)

Kids paying for tickets in foyer, person signing against...

ICE CREAM FOR AUDIENCE

Ice Cream For Audience (1965)

Ice cream sales girl in the cinema

RENTERS DEFEAT EXHIBITORS aka ANNUAL CINEMA CRICKET MATCH

Renters Defeat Exhibitors AKA Annual Cinema Cricket Match (1925)

The annual cinema cricket match...

THIS WAS NEWS

This Was News (1951)

Wonderful promotional film made for soap company Hudson and Knight.

MOVIES ABOVE THE CLOUDS MAUVE TINT

Movies Above The Clouds Mauve Tint (1925)

First aerial cinema - films are projected inside an...

CHARLES PATHE SPEECH

Charles Pathe Speech (1946)

Charles Pathe speaks at 50th anniversary of cinema - speech in French.

"55 Days At Peking" Premiered In Sydney (1963)

Premiere of film '55 Days at Peking' in Sydney.

WORLD PREMIERE OF 'THE HASTY HEART'

World Premiere Of 'the Hasty Heart' (1950-1959)

Various shots of people attending the premiere of 'The...

"Every Mongrel Has His Day!" (1932)

Pet dogs and their owners collect licences - lots of lovely doggy...

TO STAR IN ENGLAND

To Star In England (1934)

Charles Farrell arrives to Southampton to appear in British films.

DELIGHTFUL DAY OFF

Delightful Day Off (1921)

Members of the cinema trade enjoy a rainy day out in Liverpool as they sail up...

CINEMA RENTERS CRICKET

Cinema Renters Cricket (1923)

Cinema Renters versus Exhibitors cricket match at Pembroke, Ireland.

SOUTH ENTERTAINS NORTH

South Entertains North (1925)

Men working in Belfast cinema trade have a day out with their colleagues...

NATION MOURNS TAY PAY

Nation Mourns Tay Pay (1929)

Footage of the late Mr T.P. O'Connor (Tay Pay) before his death, London.

I'M SO GLAD I WON A SINGER

I'm So Glad I Won A Singer (1925)

Mr and Mrs Newman pose in the car they won at Cinema Garden Party...

BUSKERS

Buskers (1947)

Accordion player accompanies two shabby men doing a turn to entertain theatre queue.

SUPPLY & DEMAND TRAILER

Supply & Demand Trailer (1947)

Short trailer film encouraging people to rejoin the workforce to end...

CINEMA EXHIBITORS EMPLOYEES DINNER

Cinema Exhibitors Employees Dinner (1947)

Cinema exhibitors and employees dinner and dance. Herbert...

PRAGUE SAMPLE FAIR.

Prague Sample Fair. (1946)

Mr. Zmrhl Czech minister for home trade makes a speech when opening the...

NEW A.K.C. CINEMA AT DETMOLD

New A.K.C. Cinema At Detmold (1950-1959)

Lady Napier cutting the tape outside Napier cinema, soldiers...

ABC CHILDREN'S TWIST COMPETITION

ABC Children's Twist Competition (1963)

Children's twist competition at ABC cinema in Glasgow,...

INCOM'S 1,000th EDITION Reel 2

Incom's 1,000th Edition Reel 2 (1946)

Montage of Newsreels throughout the World with emphasis on...

TALK OF TORQUAY

Talk Of Torquay (1955)

Shots of Torquay in Devon.

CINEMA TRADE PRESENTS AMBULANCE FOR WAR aka NEWCASTLE CINEMA

Cinema Trade Presents Ambulance For War AKA Newcastle Cinema (1914-1918)

Grand cinema presents...

Cinema Trades Lunch

Cinema Trades Lunch (1914-1918)

Cinema trade officials arrive for luncheon at Criterion Grill Room.

CZECH FILM FESTIVAL

Czech Film Festival (1946)

International film festival at Karlovy Vary, Czechoslovakia.

A MESSAGE FROM GENERAL WATSON GENERAL MANAGER OF THE A.K.C.  aka CINEMA PRICE...

A Message From General Watson General Manager Of The A.K.C. AKA Cinema Price... (1950-1959)

An...

CEA CINEMA CUP

Cea Cinema Cup (1920-1929)

Unidentified film personality is given Cinematograph Exhibitors Association trophy...

FILM DISTRIBUTORS STRIKE - ROME

Film Distributors Strike - Rome (1962)

Film distributors in Rome on strike against the new tax...

EIGHT PIANO RHAPSODY

Eight Piano Rhapsody (1933)

Good footage of the Eight Piano Rhapsody at the Carlton Cinema, Islington,...

BETTER THAN EVER THIS YEAR TINTED

Better Than Ever This Year Tinted (1925)

An advertisement for the Cinema Garden Party to be held at...

OLD TIME CINEMA ORCHESTRA

Old Time Cinema Orchestra (1934)

Reconstruction of cinema accompaniment during the silent era by three...

SOUTHALL HOSPITAL

Southall Hospital (1935)

The Lord Mayor of London opens the Southall Norwood Hospital in London.

THE REGAL SKIPTON

The Regal Skipton (1930-1939)

Scenes of gala parade in Skipton, North Yorkshire - May Queens, fancy dress,...

LONDON CHILDREN SPEND A HAPPY DAY

London Children Spend A Happy Day (1937)

Fulham children go to Littlehampton for a day trip.

EDWARD O'HENRY

Edward O'henry (1930)

Organist Edward O'Henry plays for us - visuals only, no soundtrack.

[PATHE PICTORIAL CARTOON COMPETITION - MISSING TITLES]

[pathe Pictorial Cartoon Competition - Missing Titles] (1921)

Poy (?) draws a cartoon for the...

BOW-LEGGED BODYGUARD FOR BETTY BALFOUR

Bow-Legged Bodyguard For Betty Balfour (1929)

Film star Betty Balfour chooses 25 men for role of...

IRISH CINEMA TRADE FOOTBALL

Irish Cinema Trade Football (1921)

An item showing the film trade football match in Ireland which is...

CRICKET aka CRICKET - RENTERS V EXHIBITORS

Cricket AKA Cricket - Renters V Exhibitors (1922)

Cricket match between Renters and Exhibitors,...

MOVIES ABOVE THE CLOUDS

Movies Above The Clouds (1925)

First aerial cinema - films are projected from inside the aeroplane onto...

THAT SECOND FRONT Special

That Second Front Special (1942)

Political leader Harry Pollitt makes a speech in Scotland about the...

WOODCOCKS 3RD ROUND WIN aka WOODCOCK'S 3 ROUND WIN

Woodcocks 3rd Round Win AKA Woodcock's 3 Round Win (1946)

Bruce Woodcock beats George James in...

INVENTOR OF THE CINEMATOGRAPH HONOURED

Inventor Of The Cinematograph Honoured (1939)

William Friese Green the inventor of the Cinematograph...

WHO SAID WE CAN'T MAKE BRITISH PICTURES?

Who Said We Can't Make British Pictures? (1926)

Quirky item showing students play acting being...

CINEMA GOLF MATCH

Cinema Golf Match (1926)

A golf match between the members of the Northern and Southern Cinema Trade.

CUTS / OUT TAKES for COME TO THE CINEMA GARDEN PARTY in G 1310

Cuts / Out Takes For Come To The Cinema Garden Party In G 1310 (1926)

Cuts (out takes, rushes)...