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    INDIA 1927

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    DRAMA. Historical/Documentary. The reconstruction of two sea engagements of the First World War - the Battles of the Coronel of 1st November 1914 and the Battles of the Falkland Islands of 8th December 1914.

    RL.1 The British Navy ...

     
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    Home movie footage of the Wicket family of Penarth Estate rubber plantation Enggor, Cameron Highlands of Malaya.

     
  • AFRICAN DERBY
    EMPIRE SERIESGreat Britain

    An annual race meeting at Maseru, Basutoland.

    Introduced as the 'annual native race meeting' at Maseru in Basutoland, the film opens with shots of the crowds travelling on the roads to the races. During the journey ...

     
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    TORO 1927 1927

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    Amateur film.

    Girls school run by missionaries - shots of Miss Attlee teaching the girls English games with African actions (e.g. "This is the way we dig our garden" instead of "wash our hands"); Miss Marshall and the girl guides ( ...

     
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    Travelogue of Malaya.

     
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    TARZAN 1927

     
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    PROPAGANDA. Appeal by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel for funds to continue its work on Tristan da Cunha. The film consists of material shot during the visit to the island by The Quest in 1922, previously released in ...

     
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    PURI 1927

    Great Britain

    Amateur film. Europeans and Indians at Puri, India.

     
  • BLACK COTTON
    EMPIRE SERIESGreat Britain

    INDUSTRIAL/ETHNOLOGY. Film on the Nigerian cotton industry and how the natives use cotton themselves in the manufacture of clothing.

    ""BLACK COTTON" Arranged by BRITISH INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS LTD. SURBITON, SURREY." (10). " ...

     
  • WEST AFRICA CALLING
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    The industrial development of West Africa (probably Gold Coast and Nigeria) under British rule.

    West Africa before it was developed; forests (28-43); swamps (45-52); deserts (55-60). Men crossing a river by a tree branch (66-78). Two ...

     
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