Feature film released in 1926 - a film biography of Horatio Nelson. Made by British Instructional Films, Surbiton, Surrey, directed by Walter Summers. Opening Credits: "Adapted and produced by Walter Summers. Photographed by J. Parker and E. Warneford. Settings by W. Murton. Approved by the Admiralty....more
Unidentified out takes (cuts, rushes) - CP UNI 3.
The audience is invited to play a guessing game - strange shots are revealed to be of a gasometer.
Men lay bricks - very short segment of film.
Good educational film about the making of a glass jar at a glass factory.
Various shots of men at work in a foundry.
The printing process of postage stamps in Italy.
Unemployed miners seem to be helping themselves to a few sacks of coal.
Big machines work in a quarry.