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THE LENS LIAR - THE CAMERA CANNOT LIE....?

The Lens Liar - The Camera Cannot Lie....? (1921)

Special movie camera techniques are demonstrated...

ALL HOT

All Hot (1926)

Football fans at Fulham's Craven Cottage get their first taste of hot dogs.

THE TOUGHEST MAN WE KNOW!

The Toughest Man We Know! (1936)

Strongman The Great Challard tears a telephone directory in half and...

JUMPS AND BUMPS

Jumps And Bumps (1931)

Short segment showing stunt motorcyclists riding over ramps.

STAINES CHASE WON BY CAPTAIN DEYFUS - HORSE RACING

Staines Chase Won By Captain Deyfus - Horse Racing (1918)

Horse racing at Staines race course.

FOR THE KINGS CUP

For The Kings Cup (1914-1918)

Cross country race for the King's Cup.

OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 489 - Reel 1 of 2 - SLOT MACHINE AGE

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 489 - Reel 1 Of 2 - Slot Machine Age (1964)

Out takes (cuts, rushes)...

THE SUPER MOVE!

The Super Move! (1934)

A 1200-ton bridge is rolled 80 feet south in one piece in the United States of...

TAKE YOUR TIME

Take Your Time (1936)

An interesting item showing the different timepieces over the ages.

CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA NO. 106

Caught By The Camera No. 106 (1936)

Caught by the Camera - roller-skating rink and swimming pool in...

WHITE WINES OF OUR BODIES aka WHITE WINGS OF OUR BODIES

White Wines Of Our Bodies AKA White Wings Of Our Bodies (1937)

A magnified look at white blood...

BIG TOP TIME!

Big Top Time! (1938)

A circus big top is put up in record time, thanks to speeded-up footage.

TIED TENNIS

Tied Tennis (1922)

A novel new outdoor game is demonstrated - rather like the more modern "Swingball".

AFTER THE BALL

After The Ball (1930)

A game of motorcycle football - various camera tricks are used including film...

ST LEGER - 250,000 SEE LAST CLASSIC

St Leger - 250,000 See Last Classic (1946)

Jockey Tommy Lowrie wins St. Leger race on horse named...

MOVING DAY

Moving Day (1933)

Nice item about large house that is literally transported down Delaware River, New...

MOTION

Motion (1942)

A camera and light show us the movement tracks for different activities in a study of...

COFFEE FOR COLD COPS

Coffee For Cold Cops (1942)

Policewomen deliver cups of coffee to cold traffic policemen.

JITTERBUGS aka JITTERBUGS AND JIVES

Jitterbugs AKA Jitterbugs And Jives (1944)

A jitterbug contest takes place in Australia.

SIKHS WATCH DEATH FAST

Sikhs Watch Death Fast (1961)

A Sikh leader fasts to call for a Punjabi speaking state in India.

KURSAAL RIDES

Kursaal Rides (1951)

Good story of the Kursaal fairground at Southend-on-Sea, Essex.

TAXI RIDE

Taxi Ride (1952)

Good footage of speeded up taxi journey in and around London.

POWER BOAT RACING  aka WATER SPEEDSTERS GIVE GRAND DISPLAY

Power Boat Racing AKA Water Speedsters Give Grand Display (1949)

Motor boat racing on the...

TWO BOWLERS FOR SPEEDIER CRICKET

Two Bowlers For Speedier Cricket (1963)

New style of cricket with two bowlers.

Motorcycle Dispatch Riders - 'Texas Daredevils'

Motorcycle Dispatch Riders - 'texas Daredevils' (1914-1918)

Footage of the 'Texas Daredevils' riding up...

300 M.P.H. ROAD

300 M.P.H. Road (1961)

Speedy journey from London to Birmingham on the M1 in fast motion.

WHEN SUMMER IS GONE

When Summer Is Gone (1933)

Footage of people frolicking in an open air swimming pool at Chase...

WATERWAYS

Waterways (1936)

An item about canals, and the way locks work. Includes a piece on the Suez Canal.

SNOW GIRLS

Snow Girls (1930)

Fun in the snow - skiing, sledging, snowball fights etc.

WATER SPRITES

Water Sprites (1930)

Two teams of girls play a game with a ball in an outdoor swimming pool.

SCRAPS OF PAPER

Scraps Of Paper (1933)

A quirky film showing Seymour Drasi's paper tearing act - cute.

THE JUMPERS

The Jumpers (1933)

Eve the horsewoman - grooming, riding, jumping, feeding horses.

CYCLING ON STILTS

Cycling On Stilts (1952)

Circus performer on stilts rides 7ft high bicycle from London to Brighton.

FROM EVE TO EVERYWOMAN!

From Eve To Everywoman! (1936)

Duplicate of FROM EVE TO EVERYWOMAN plus woman washing and putting on...

AUTOMATION HITS TENNIS aka TENNIS MACHINE

Automation Hits Tennis AKA Tennis Machine (1959)

An automatic serving machine is demonstrated at...

FAIRGROUND

Fairground (1962)

Scenes from an amusement park - great shots of the roller coaster ride at double speed....

SLOT MACHINE - aka SLOT MACHINE AGE

Slot Machine - AKA Slot Machine Age (1964)

A look at the marvellous invention of the slot machine...

ONE O'CLOCK - A LIVERPOOL CAMEO

One O'clock - A Liverpool Cameo (1932)

What happens in Liverpool when one o'clock is announced by...

THE WHEEL AND THE WAY

The Wheel And The Way (1937)

A brief history of the wheel includes car wheels being made at a factory -...

HALF AND HALF - SOME QUEER

Half And Half - Some Queer "Shots" (1930)

Trick film using slow motion, fast motion , film reversal,...

GETTING THERE

Getting There (1933)

Two sports are contrasted - mountaineering and speed boat racing.

AMUSEMENT PARK

Amusement Park (1930)

Good funfair footage - girls with arms full of coconuts and shenanigans on the...

BRIDGES WHILE YOU WAIT

Bridges While You Wait (1931)

A floating bridge is constructed by American soldiers - fast motion used...

"Steppin' Fast!" By Johnny Nit (1932)

Good tap dancing routine including dancing with a chair.

CRAZY TRAFFIC

Crazy Traffic (1933)

Good speed up footage of heavy traffic in Berlin, Germany.

NEW YEAR BARGAINS

New Year Bargains (1952)

Big crowds looking for bargains in London's New Year sales.

SPECIAL - FRIGIDAIRE COMMERCIAL SALES CONVENTION 1952

Special - Frigidaire Commercial Sales Convention 1952 (1952)

Delegates of Frigidaire sales...

MERRY GO ROUND RESTAURANT

Merry Go Round Restaurant (1926)

Quirky restaurant with a conveyor belt transporting various foodstuffs...

DANCE TIME

Dance Time (1926)

Scenes from the Palais de Danse in Wimbledon - good Charleston footage, exhibition...

THE SUPER BALANCER!

The Super Balancer! (1933)

Champion Balancer of the World, Jim Sainsbury of Covent Garden, walks from...