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MONTY MODLYN GOES WEST

Monty Modlyn Goes West (1969)

Excellently entertaining story about gun-totting Englishmen re-enacting...

OUT TAKES / CUTS FROM CP 484 - reel 2 OF 2 - THE SNOBS

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 484 - Reel 2 Of 2 - The Snobs (1964)

Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story...

OUT TAKES/ CUTS FROM CP 491 - reel 1 of 2 - THE FOURMOST aka THE FOURMOST AT THE...

Out Takes/ Cuts From Cp 491 - Reel 1 Of 2 - The Fourmost AKA The Fourmost At The... (1964)

Out...

FOR THE HEADSHIP OF THE RIVER

For The Headship Of The River (1930)

Rowers compete for the title of Head of the River in annual race...

BATTLE OF THE FLOWERS

Battle Of The Flowers (1923)

The Battle of Flowers in Nice sees people pelting each other with the...

DERBY TRAILER

Derby Trailer (1952)

Short trailer for Pathe's coverage of the forthcoming Derby horse race.

THE CHAMPION

The Champion (1952)

Copy of the Charlie Chaplin film - The Champion.

TROOPING THE COLOUR

Trooping The Colour (1949)

Cuts from newsreel 49/47 - Trooping the Colour. Duplicate of UN 2140 A.

TROOPING THE COLOUR

Trooping The Colour (1950)

Footage of Trooping of the Colour ceremony. London.

DONS OUT OF BUILDING / UNIVERSITY ? aka KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER ?

Dons Out Of Building / University ? AKA Knights Of The Garter ? (1920-1930)

This item is unclear...

ROYAL PROCESSION AT PALACE

Royal Procession At Palace (1930-1939)

Crowds await royal procession outside Buckingham Palace.

CHANGING THE GUARD

Changing The Guard (1967)

Various footage of guard changing ceremony in London. Good quality...

THE HARMONY KINGS

The Harmony Kings (1934)

Singing trio The Harmony Kings perform 'There's A Cabin In The Pines' in the...

A RELIC OF FLODDEN

A Relic Of Flodden (1922)

The historic ceremony of "Riding the Marches & Casting the Colours, Selkirk

BEATING THE BOUNDS AT ADDLESTONE

Beating The Bounds At Addlestone (1938)

Boys from St. Mary of the Angels school beat the bounds of...

THE ST DAVID'S SINGERS IN THE SONG OF THE JOLLY ROGER

The St David's Singers In The Song Of The Jolly Roger (1932)

Jolly song about pirates is...

RAYMOND NEWELL IN

Raymond Newell In "The Song Of The Tinker" (1932)

A song by Raymond Newell about being a Tinker.

RIVER PUBS aka STRAND ON THE GREEN issue title - PICTURE PIE

River Pubs AKA Strand On The Green Issue Title - Picture Pie (1940)

A look at the houses, pubs,...

PUB SIGNS issue title is ON THE SPOT

Pub Signs Issue Title Is On The Spot (1940)

Historic and traditional pub and inn signs in London and...

THE STAGE REVOLVES

The Stage Revolves (1945)

Behind the scenes look at the revolving stage in the Savoy theatre. London.

TOAD-IN-THE-HOLE

Toad-In-The-Hole (1950)

Locals at a pub in West Clandon play 16th Century game of Toad-in-the-Hole....

TRADITION AT THE TOWER

Tradition At The Tower (1946)

Chief warden of Tower of London puts on beefeater's uniform + Ceremony of...

HASTINGS FISHING VILLAGE issue title PATHE PICTORIAL GOES TO SEA

Hastings Fishing Village Issue Title Pathe Pictorial Goes To Sea (1947)

Fishermen of The Stade...

RINGING-THE-BULL aka RINGING THE BULL

Ringing-The-Bull AKA Ringing The Bull (1949)

Traditional pub game played by drinkers in the King's...

CHILDREN'S BAR

Children's Bar (1954)

Children go to a bar for soft drinks and games whilst their parents are in the...

OLD MASTERS

Old Masters (1955)

A group of artists work on reproductions of various Old Masters so everyone can...

A BEAM FROM THE CO-OPTIMISTS AT THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE

A Beam From The Co-Optimists At The Prince Of Wales Theatre (1929)

Short comedy dance routine...

SHRINE MARCHES ON

Shrine Marches On (1950-1959)

"Shriners" (society for men, does charity work) holds costume pageant, USA.

A LITTLE BIT OF

A Little Bit Of "Old England" (1933)

Citizens of Hereford 'beat the bounds' in an ancient ceremony.

WHERE 1,300 YEARS AGO STOOD A CITY!

Where 1,300 Years Ago Stood A City! (1933)

A religious service is held in Suffolk - the annual...

"Merry Goes The Day When The Heart Is Young" (1933)

Mad rag event in London - lots of flour and...

"Riding The Boundaries" (1931)

Horsemen in Northumberland perform ancient custom.

BALLET

Ballet (1932)

Ballerinas dance at the Opera House Ball in Paris.

MUSICAL ODDITIES

Musical Oddities (1932)

Strange and ancient musical instruments are played in this item.

PARAMOUNT MASTERSINGERS

Paramount Mastersingers (1933)

The Paramount Mastersingers sing 'The Trumpeteer'.

HELLO TWINS!

Hello Twins! (1940)

Beautiful baby polar bears seen at the Hague Zoo with their mother.

JUVENILE HUNT AT HEDLEY-ON-THE-HILL, NORTHUMBERLAND

Juvenile Hunt At Hedley-On-The-Hill, Northumberland (1938)

Junior members of the South...

A FLYING FOURSOME

A Flying Foursome (1931)

The Locarno Four demonstrate their acrobatic dance routine.

LEARN LOVE OF COUNTRY EARLY on sleeve as LEATON LOVE FOR COUNTRY

Learn Love Of Country Early On Sleeve As Leaton Love For Country (1926)

Mexican children...

THE FEAST OF THE CAMELIAS

The Feast Of The Camelias (1928)

The Swiss town of Locarno puts on a pageant to celebrate the 'Feast of...

HARROW SCHOOL CELEBRATES FOUNDERS' DAY

Harrow School Celebrates Founders' Day (1920)

Harrow school celebrates its founders' day with a...

HISTORIC LONDON

Historic London (1921)

Children take part in "beating the bounds" ceremony at the Tower of London where...

SEEING THINGS

Seeing Things (1921)

People kneel down to see "the Sahara Mirage" created by the heat wave in London.

A PEACEFUL 'TWELFTH'

A Peaceful 'twelfth' (1922)

Orangemen celebrate the 232nd Anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne,...

SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL

Salford Royal Hospital (1923)

Felix the Cat was a popular choice in the Salford Royal Hospital fancy...

PRETTY CHILDREN

Pretty Children (1922)

Angelic winners of prettiest children competition.

THE HILL OF THE SEVEN PAGODAS

The Hill Of The Seven Pagodas (1935)

A visit to the seven pagoda monuments carved out of natural rock...

THE TOUGHEST MAN WE KNOW!

The Toughest Man We Know! (1936)

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

WINCHCOMBE issue title - BLACK AND BLUE

Winchcombe Issue Title - Black And Blue (1939)

Footage of the picturesque village of Winchcombe in...

TAXES issue title - CHINS UP

Taxes Issue Title - Chins Up (1940)

A brief history of British taxes.