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AFRICAN HOME LIFE - UGANDA (1945)

Scenes of the Mukama of Toro and chiefs at Fort Portal. People on the shores of Lake Edward, Katwe and ...

 

AFRICAN JOURNEY (1965)

RAF publicity film and travelogue, ostensibly shot be a ground engineer, and amateur cine enthustiast, who also narrates.

A ...

 

AFRICAN NATIVE TRIBE (1931)

Scenes from the lives of people in an African native tribe. A woman gathers up an animal hide and walks ...

AFRICAN NURSE

AFRICAN NURSE (1948)has video

Illustrates the life and training of an African Nurse. Girls apply to the Methodist Hospital at Ituk Mbam to train ...

AFRICAN PEASANT FARMS - THE KINGOLWIRA EXPERIMENT

AFRICAN PEASANT FARMS - THE KINGOLWIRA EXPERIMENT (1936)has video enhanced entry

INTEREST. The film shows a practical experiment to establish a new African settlement in tsetse-fly country.

The film opens with a ...

 

AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) enhanced entry

Story of the sister of a missionary and a heavy-drinking engineer in Africa during the First World War, who are ...

 

AFRICAN SKYWAY (1940)

Documentary about the Cairo/Cape Town mail route.

 

AFRICAN STONEHENGE (1965)

Four Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme winners from the Midlands joined six Gambians and journeyed 200 miles to explore ancient ...

 

AFRICAN TOUR OF AN UPPER MIDDLE CLASS RURAL FAMILY (1928)

INTEREST. Amateur film showing Cape Town, the Table Mountain, Kimberley Mine, Bulawayo, Pretoria, Durban, Victoria Falls, and the Zambezi river. ...

 

AFRICAN TRAVELOGUE (1914)

TRAVELOGUE. A Pathé colour film showing African natives throwing cartridges into a river and catching the stunned fish.

 

AFRICAN VISITORS TO THE TOWER OF LONDON (1949)

A party of African visitors arrive by car at the Tower of London, where a beefeater greets them and shows ...

 

AFRICAN VISTA (1952)

Ronald Haines travelogue emphasising the variety of scenery and human customs in Africa.

 

AFRICANS (1930)

Documentary of the work of missionaries and the growth of Methodism in the Gold Coast (now Ghana), highlighting evangelism, education ...

 

AGAJA, AFRICA (1956)

Amateur. A European family holidaying in Africa.

Beach hut on island. Boat out at sea. Africans dancing and drinking beer. European ...

 

AIR STRIKE (1965)

Demonstration of the ability of the R.R.A.F. to attack a target with a number of different levels of ferocity.

 

AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL (1947)

The opening of the Kano International Airport in Nigeria, 4th may 1947.

Traditional greetings to visitors. A Comet airplane. Wing Commander ...

 

ALAKE OF ABEOKUTA KNIGHTED (1954)

ACTUALITY. The knighting of the Alake of Abeokuta by the Governor General, Sir John MacPherson, in the presence of the ...

 

ALEC SMITH The PRIME MINISTER'S SON (1980)

The story of Alec Smith, son of the Rhodesia Prime Minister, as drop-out, former drug smuggler and addict and his ...

 

ALL ABOARD (1937)

Cadbury production, likely including footage from the Gold Coast (Ghana).

 

AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER IN AFRICA (1935)

TRAVELOGUE. A cruise to Africa and a safari in Kenya.

Main title. "Outward bound for the Cape". The ship. "Crossing the ...

 

AMAZING AFRICA (1952)

Story of 6,000 mile journey by road rail and air from Cape Town to Cairo.

 

AMBULANCE CROSSING THE MODDER (1899)

ACTUALITY. Boer War: hauled by a long mule train a four-wheeled cart with three British soldiers seated at the rear ...

 

AMENU'S CHILD (1950) enhanced entry

'"How better ways of feeding children came to an African village".

A Story told in the traditional idiom of an African ...

 

AMONG THE WOMEN OF THE COPPERBELT (1942)

The work of the United Missions in the Copperbelt at Mindolo and Nkana, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia).

Title and credits. The undeveloped ...

 

AN AFRICAN ENTERTAINMENT UNIT (1944) enhanced entry

START 10:33:25 Two Ford 98T 3-ton lorries deliver the performers and prefabricated theatre pavilion belonging to the East Africa Command's ...

AN EAST AFRICAN ARMY FIELD BAKERY

AN EAST AFRICAN ARMY FIELD BAKERY (1944)has video enhanced entry

START 10:16:29 A morning parade for seven African NCOs and 27 Other Ranks wearing white cook's uniform serving with 10th ...

 

Anderson Collection: 4 Oceanliner Voyage with young... (1940)

Oceanliner voyage with large number of small children showing how they were kept amused on board. Scenes of unidentified large ...

 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (1948)

Good practice in animal husbandry illustrated through the daily life of a Kenyan cattle farmer. He milks cows, delivers milk ...

 

ANNEE 71 (1975)

Explores the conflicting attitudes towards development in an 'under-developed ar ea' the Seychelles, and points out how economic advance can ...

ANTI-PLAGUE OPERATIONS, LAGOS 1937

ANTI-PLAGUE OPERATIONS, LAGOS 1937 (1937)has video enhanced entry

A record of measures taken against an outbreak of plague in Lagos, followed by footage of welfare exhibitions in Lagos ...

 

APAPA DEVELOPMENT (1953)

INTEREST: Deals with the work of the Lagos Executive Development Board which was formed in 1946 to plan and develop ...

 

APPOINTMENT WITH SIR ROY WELENSKY KCMG (1961)

Roy Welensky is interviewed by Malcolm Muggeridge, topics include the Commonwealth, racial policy, South Africa, possible constitutional change, imperial rule ...

 

ARMAND AND MICHAELA DENIS ON SAFARI (1957)

A study of the crocodiles at Murchison Falls in Uganda, by Armand and Michaela Denis. The Denis's build a camoflage ...

 

AROUND RHODESIA (1946)

AMATEUR FILM. IAC leader. `En route at Khartoum': loading and boarding plane; Salisbury; street scenes; flower market; bowling green; `Astor' ...

 

ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OF LORD ROBERTS AT CAPETOWN (1900)

ACTUALITY. Lord Roberts arrives at Cape Town to head the British army during the Boer War.

A small contingent of soldiers ...

 

ARRIVAL OF WOUNDED AT HOSPITAL SHIP (1899)

ACTUALITY. Boer War wounded being taken onto a hospital ship.

A continuous line of sick and wounded British soldiers being carried ...

 

ARTHUR GIFFORD IS ALIVE AND WELL IN STOKE NEWINGTON (1968)

DRAMA. Quinn, an elderly eccentric, believes he has spotted a wanted war criminal behind the counter in a London Labour ...

 

ARTILLERY CROSSING A RIVER (1900)

ACTUALITY. Men in pith helmets on horseback ford a river and climb the bank. MCU men driving carts pulled by ...

 

ASHANTI (1939)

DOCUMENTARY: Destroyer ship "H.M.S. Ashanti" makes her maiden voyage to Ashanti, the country after which she has been named.

Credits (31), ...

 

ASKARIS ESCORT JAPANESE PRISONER TO CAMP (11/10/1944) (1944)

A Japanese prisoner of war (POW) is escorted to a POW cage near Imphal by a number of ...

 

ASKARIS TRAINING IN CEYLON (6/1944(?)) (1944)

African troops (askaris), probably of the 11th East African Division, are seen training in jungle country in Ceylon ...

 

AT SCHOOL IN TANGANYIKA (1937) enhanced entry

A typical day at a Government Primary School in Tanganyika.

The film opens with a shot of a notice board stating ...

 

ATTACKED BY A LION (1912)

DRAMA. A group of settlers are attacked by Arabs and lions.

Three settlers are besieged by a group of hostile Arabs. ...

 

AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT IN EGYPT (1916)

Main title (1 frame). Military camp with a pyramid in the background. Australian army horse-drawn wagons move to camera (35). ...

 

AUSTRALIAN MOUNTED RIFLES MARCHING THROUGH CAPE TOWN (1899)

ACTUALITY. A column of Australian cavalry riding down Adderley Street, Cape Town, watched by enthusiastic crowds (90ft).

Note: Filmed by Edgar ...

 

AVIATION CONQUERS DARKEST AFRICA (1931)

Main title. "Squadron of British planes starts from Cape Town on 4,600 mile return trip over the jungles to Cairo" ...