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    Documentary. An Akyab tour - Burma.

    A boat unloading small parcels and two men onto a small boat alongside. The arrival of a motor boat and British officials on a visit to a temple. Andrew Bay At Sadaway. A flying boat taking off. Inspection of ...

     
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    Government House Garden Party, March 1938: guests and gardens. The Gorrie family garden at '15 Golf Road', with the young Donald Gorrie (donor) showing the viewer around the garden. (B/W) Group walking around Shalimar Old Moghul Garden and Shahdara, ...

     
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    Depicts the work of the London Missionary Society mission ship, John Williams V (launched 1930), and the role of the ship in the life of the mission. Voyage from Suva to Samoa and the Ellice Islands.

     
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    Indian village life including a Brahmin initiation ceremony and a Hindu wedding.

    Peasant life in a village in Rajputana. Early morning in the village; worshippers enter a Hindu temple as a gong is sounded (155). The village well; peasants, though ...

     
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    Scenes of Hong Kong including: Aberdeen, a fishing village; Repulse Bay; the Island Road; Shaukiwan, an old Chinese port; North Point, including Chinese bathing beach, Dragon boat race and open air theatre; Causeway Bay; and Wong Nei Chong, or, Happy ...

     
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    Four sons revenge their father who was murdered by a munitions conspiracy.

     
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    Photographed at Mindolo and Nkana, N. Rhodesia. Depicts work to improve levels of literacy in the mining compounds and surrounding settlements of the Copper Belt, including the Mindolo mission press run by the London Missionary Society for the ...

     
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    Scenes from Hong Kong including: Shatin Valley; Christian Buddhist temple; rice fields; on the Taipo Road, including scenes at the train station; Tolo Harbour; Chinese country houses; a Chinese temple garden; Shing Mun reservoir; ruins of a walled city ...

     
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    Scenes in Hong Kong including: Official opening of Hong Kong Bank; Romany Fair in St. Andrews Church grounds (1936); Remembrance Day at the Cenotaph (1936); Proclamation of the accession of George VI. Compiled in April 1937 and rearranged in March 1938 ...

     
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    FOR VALOUR 1937

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    FARCE: The Boer War: Ex-con Private Doubleday saves the life of Major Pyke and is recommended for the VC. Instead, his past catches up and he goes to prison. Pyke brings up Doubleday's son Charlie Chisholm with his own grandson Willie Pyke ...

     
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    AMATEUR FILM. Scenes of 1937 Coronation celebrations in Hong Kong. The aircraft carrier `Eagle' in the harbour. Military parade at Happy Valley. Processions, including Chinese dragons, acrobats, woman on float in traditional costume, ...

     
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    AMATEUR FILM. The aftermath of the September 1937 typhoon which struck Hong Kong at 2am. The first ferry sailed at about 9am. Much footage was filmed that morning; the rest a day or two later. Thirteen ships were aground. The large ...

     
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    Rhodesia

    Promotional film for Rhodesian tobacco.

    The film opens with shots over tobacco fields, before showing African labourers working on the fields as the commentator explains the process and the suitability of Rhodesia for tobacco growing. The ...

     
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    Amateur footage of scenes in and around Mufulira Hospital, Northern Rhodesia.

     
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    JERICHO 1937

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    Jericho Jackson is on run from army after being court-martialled. He goes to African desert, marries and becomes head of Arab tribe. Man imprisoned in his place searches him out for revenge but forgives him.

     
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    A typical day at a Government Primary School in Tanganyika.

    The film opens with a shot of a notice board stating "Government Primary School". The boys of the school are roused at 6.30 a.m. by a bugle. The boys get up, wash, sweep ...

     
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    INTEREST. A survey of the position of natives in various parts of South Africa.

    r.1 Shots of natives in a busy part of Durban. In the background, Paul Robeson sings "My song goes forth" (147). Paul Robeson in view sings the rest ...

     
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    Amateur film. Scenes in Samoa; pan from beach to sea showing stilt huts built into the sea; canoe coming into beach with European woman and man; view of landscape from river; view of `vailala' canoes; another European man in a canoe; view ...

     
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    Amateur film. Scenes in Samoa; a group of natives standing by huts on stilts, pan to small stack of spears; pan group of natives on river bank; CU `furry' bird with faint stripe markings; natives fording river rapids carrying supplies; pan ...

     
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    Life in a town in Rajputana is shown, with shots of temples, markets, busy streets and means of transport. Closing with a sequence of the interest taken by the people of their ruler.

     
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    INTEREST.

    r.1 Caption explaining that the householder has two wives. At sunrise, he greets each wife in turn outside her sleeping hut. Natives warm themselves around a fire. The cows are milked, some of the milk is poured into a ...

     
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    Indian boy sees the dance of the Elephants.

     
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    Scenes in the neighbourhood of Kappali, Burma, the site of a S.P.G. mission station.

     
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    An African woman is seen at work hoeing in the maize fields with her baby on her back, and an older child accompanies her. They go down to the river to wash the baby, the mother fastens him on her back and they go back to the field.