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AFRICAN TRAVELOGUE (1914)

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

 

EGYPT AND HER DEFENDERS (1914)

INTEREST. The sights of Egypt and a review of troops.

Main title (5). "PORT SAID A STATUE OF THE COUNT DE ...

 

HEROES OF THE VELDT (1913)

Main title. "Pretoria: decorating the graves of British soldiers killed in the war." MCS women moving amongst the graves and ...

 

RHINOZERROSSJAGD (1913)

INTEREST. Rhinoceros hunting in Africa.

Two European men looking through binoculars, and approaching with a line of African bearers, follow a ...

 

WONDERS OF RHODESIA (1913)

Bulawayo - main street and statue of Rhodes (42). Gold mining in Penhalonga Valley - open cast, transport of rubble ...

 

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. ...

 

BRICK MAKING IN AFRICA (1912)

INTEREST. The quarrying and processing of clay to make bricks in Africa.

No titles. Pan left of village (10). Pan left ...

 

CHASSEURS D'IVOIRE (1912)

INTEREST. Hunting elephants for ivory.

No main title. A camp in Central Africa; an African reports to two European men. The ...

 

SCENES IN SUDAN (1912)

TRAVELOGUE. Scenes in Sudan.

Main title. The new Nile bridge at Kosti with a steamer passing (13-38); ferry scenes at Omdurman ...

 

SUDAN: OPENING THE RAILWAY TO EL OBEID KORDOFAN BY... (1912)

Main title. The official party walk on to a raised platform decorated with Union flags and take the salute (35). ...

 

BEHIND THE STOCKADE (1911)

DRAMA. Young officer rescues sweetheart from native uprising on plantation.

Captain Williams visits a plantation in the tropics to see his ...

 

CHASSE À L'AIGRETTE EN AFRIQUE (1911)

INTEREST. The shooting of egrets in Africa for their feathers.

Main title (1). A European, in tropical attire, and two African ...

 

CHASSE A L'HIPPOPOTAME EN HAUTE-GAMBIE (1911)

INTEREST. Hippopotamus hunting in Upper Gambia.

Main title. A European hunter with native guides moves through the undergrowth. Two hippos are ...

 

CHASSE AU MARABOUT EN ABYSSINIE (1911)

INTEREST. Killing marabout for feathers.

Two white men, carrying guns, and natives preparing a hide with leaves and branches. The two ...

 

COMMENT UNE LETTRE NOUS PARVIENT DES GRAND LACS D'AFRIQUE... (1911)

INTEREST. The journey of a letter from Africa to Paris.

No main title. An African paddles a reed canoe through a ...

 

GENERAL'S DAUGHTER (1911)

DRAMA. A British general is captured by a Mahdi. His daughter, is also imprisoned but escapes and summons the Scottish ...

 

KING AND QUEEN DISEMBARK ESCORTED BY LORD KITCHENER... (1911)

King George V and Queen Mary en route to the Delhi Durbar. They are greeted at Port Said? and attend ...

 

LASSOING WILD ANIMALS IN AFRICA (1911)

DOCUMENTARY. A record of the Kearton-Jones expedition to Kenya, in which Colonel Jones and his two cowboys lasso a variety ...

 

QUER DURCH AFRIKA DIE VIKTORIA-FAELLE (1911)

INTEREST. The Victoria Falls.

Various shots of the Falls seen from different angles (181). A small boat, manned by Africans, being ...

 

REISE NACH DEM INNERN AFRIKAS (1911)

INTEREST. Apparently a compilation of three or more African travelogues, including material on the port of Mits'iwa in Ethiopia, and ...

 

YOUNGER BROTHER (1911)

DRAMA. Military adventure set in the Sudan, concerning the rescue of a younger brother by the elder brother disguised as ...

 

CHILLOUKS - TRIBU DE L'AFRIQUE CENTRALE (1910)

INTEREST. Travelogue.

Main title. A native family is seen emerging one after another from a mud hut that has a thatched ...

 

FAHRT DURCH DEN URWALD (1910)

INTEREST. Travelogue. A railway journey in Northern Tanzania (?) and waterfalls on the River Pangani.

No main title. Filmed from the ...

 

FALCON HUNTING IN AFRICA (1910)

Si-Mohammed-Ben-Moktar sending out invites to great falcon hunt.

 

GRÄBER DER KALIFEN (1910)

INTEREST. Section of a travelogue of a North African country.

Pan of a crowded market-place in a North African town, showing ...

 

TRIP ON THE ZAMBEZI (1910)

Travelogue. A view of the Zambezi from the banks (6-14); a boat embarks from the shore (36); and canoes on ...

 

BILDER AUS SÜDAFRIKA (1909)

ACTUALITY. The construction of a railway bridge across a river in South Africa.

A gang of African labourers, with an overseer, ...

 

DANS L'AFRIQUE MYSTÉRIEUSE (1909)

INTEREST. European-led expedition on camels in African country.

A line of camels carrying wooden crates pulls to a halt in a ...

 

NATIVE LION HUNT (1909)

ACTUALITY. A lion hunt in East Africa.

"Native lion hunt" (2). An African on horseback canters towards the camera (9). African ...

GREAT VICTORIA FALLS, ZAMBESI RIVER

GREAT VICTORIA FALLS, ZAMBESI RIVER (1907)has video enhanced entry

Travelogue showing scenes from Victoria Falls.

An African woman stands beside a sign which reads 'David Livingstone cut his initials on ...

HOW A BRITISH BULLDOG SAVED THE UNION JACK

HOW A BRITISH BULLDOG SAVED THE UNION JACK (1906)has video enhanced entry

A fictional drama from the Zulu Wars.

A British sentry guards a British camp. A Zulu crouches on all fours and ...

 

BAROTSE LIFE AND CUSTOMS (1905)

ACTUALITY. Pottery making, weapon making, cattle driving and the formal greeting of the Barotse people.

Titles (10). MS African women sitting ...

 

DEPARTURE OF MR CHAMBERLAIN FOR SOUTH AFRICA (1902)

ACTUALITY. The departure of Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, for South Africa to sign the Boer peace ...

 

MITCHELL AND KENYON 652 HULL FAIR (1902) (1902)

Scenes at the annual Hull fair.

Replacement title (0.07). Man at boxing booth gesturing to unseen crowd.The man wearing a light ...

 

a SNEAKY BOER (1901)

A dramatised Boer War short made by the Lancashire firm of Mitchell and Kenyon. It shows two Boers sneaking up ...

 

SKIRMISH ROUND THE FLAG (1901) enhanced entry

Dramatised Boer War short made by the Lancashire firm of Mitchell and Kenyon. It shows two nurses saved from the ...

 

5-INCH SIEGE GUNS CROSSING VAAL RIVER (1900)

ACTUALITY. Boer War. Native drivers and British soldiers stand by the bank of the river urging on the long teams ...

 

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 ...

 

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 ...

 

BATTLE OF SPION KOP: AMBULANCE CORPS CROSSING THE TUGELA... (1900)

ACTUALITY. Ambulances and British troops crossing the Tugela River over the pontoon bridge near Trichardt's Drift, during the British retreat ...

 

BOERS BRINGING IN BRITISH PRISONERS (1900)

RECONSTRUCTION. Cavalrymen dressed as Boers escort a number of men wearing kilts towards and past the camera. One or two ...

 

CAPTURE OF BOER BATTERY BY BRITISH (1900)

DOCUMENTARY. "Fake newsfilm" of a Boer war skirmish.

A number of Boer volunteers direct rifle fire and cannon fire at the ...

 

CHARGE OF BOER CAVALRY (1900)

RECONSTRUCTION. A number of cavalrymen dressed as Boers ride towards and past the camera brandishing their swords. A solitary rider ...

 

CRONJE'S SURRENDER TO LORD ROBERTS (1900)

ACTUALITY. Boer War. Three British cavalrymen ride from right to left across a flat landscape, with a group of cavalry ...

 

EMBARKATION OF THE C.I.V. FOR SOUTH AFRICA (1900)

ACTUALITY. City Imperial Volunteers, carrying rifles and equipment, clamber up the gangway of a troopship at the foot of which ...

 

ENGLISH LANCERS CHARGING (1900)

RECONSTRUCTION. Faked Boer War incident.

View from behind the "Boer" position as they fire with rifles and a small cannon against ...