Material relating to newsreel story " "World's Most Dangerous Sport" " - 55/21.
Boxer Tommy Farr knocked out by Frank Bell in second round.
International football match between England and Wales ends in 1-1 draw
Co-production with the BBC.
The Telcon Terribles and The Marvels battle it out in a marble match in Crawley, West Sussex.
Comprehensive report of last days of the Commonwealth Games - Technicolor.
Great film showing the need for playgrounds to keep children amused.
6-year-old Peter White plays golf.
Young boys practice their fencing skills - some slow motion.
An inquiry into why Britain is doing so badly in sport competitions.
Cross country cycling race in France.
A young girl plays in the park and watching TV at home.
Hungarian film showing how a television outside broadcast works at a football match.
Prince Charles visits Aberystwyth, Wales.
Good shots of an elderly man in a walking race - no other competitors seen.
Captain George Eyston breaks speed record in his car by reaching 347 miles per hour. Bonneville, Utah. America (USA).
Nice item about a boy called Alfie who dreams of scoring goal at Wembley stadium, London.
Footage of six year-old John Ball in training to be walker, Battersea Park in London.
Footage of athletics meeting for children in Birmingham.
The Panda Hotel especially for children. London.
Athletics between England and the other Home Nations in run up to Commonwealth Games.
Boy prodigy plays piano, violin, tin whistle and clarinet and demonstrates perfect pitch.
Co-production with the BBC.
Keeping fit - Squash champs play game, one is on roller skates and girl in swimsuit demonstrates new exercise machine.
Police investigate basement - scene of the acid bath murders. London.
David Lloyd George is buried in hillside grave in Wales, large crowds watch.
A jolly Mrs Hill cradling her new born baby and surrounded by her other children and husband.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) relating to documentaries THE GREAT CRUSADE, TIN MINING and unknown items.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories in CP 494.
Good shots of people concentrating and reacting to football match. Cardiff, Wales.
Brightly coloured flags are made in a workshop in Southwark.
Traditional (but quirky) wrestling and racing over hills in Cumberland.
American amateur athletes compete at West Point with an eye on the coming Olympic Games.
The American diving champion Georgia Coleman instructs youngsters.
Charlie Hart takes an early morning run from Slough to London.
Women's archery competition in America, plus demonstration of trick archery shooting.
Quirky football match - players are on motorcycles and mud is everywhere!
Trophies and relics of great sporting achievements are put on show in Lewisham, London.
Year's Best in Sport awards presented at the Savoy Hotel, London.
British military camp/soldiers marching on street in Hackney.
Wonderful film showing life aboard the R.M.S. Aquitania.
Australians start recruiting for the war in Korea.
Shots of door of 10 Downing Street and its street sign. London.
Lord Admiral Fraser visits Belgian Navy's fleet at Ostend.
Tough annual competition in country sports at Grasmere.
Footage of Office works sports day - a variety of sporting events.
Recovering wounded New Zealanders hold sports meeting.
Colour coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Perth, Australia.
Commonwealth Games at Cardiff 1958.
The mile of the century - Roger Bannister wins his race while Peters fails to 'cross the line'.
German athlete Werner Girke undergoes altitude tests in preparation for the Mexico Games
Brumel practising with coach.
The American Olympic Fencing Team in training for the International Games.
Recruits receive various lessons in the Air Training Corps.
Soldiers do lunge exercises and watch a man in a leotard hitting a punching bag.
Footage of the swimming gala in Cardiff. Wales.
Competitors in London to Birmingham walking race, Dr. Barbara Moore wins in record time.
Ron Clarke breaks 13 minute barrier in 3 mile race at A.A.A. Championships as White City.
Tony Nash and Robin Dixon win Winter Olympic Gold for Great Britain at Innsbruck.
The cameraman turns a telephoto lens on the spectators at a key match rather than the players.
Amateur Athletic Union Championships in California, USA.
10,000 metres - race in progress, won by Zatopek with Pirie second.
Material relating to newsreel story "Helsinki Bound" - 52/58.
A film charting the history of British football in the FA centenary year.
8 reels of naval footage - some newsreel items, some unedited material. 1939?
Army Kinema Corporation's review of 1952's international, national and sporting news.