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    The wedding of Phyllis and John Ticehurst in Lagos, Nigeria on 12 October 1936; the first wedding to be filmed in the colony.

     
  • GARDENS OF THE ORIENT
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    The tea-gardens of India and Ceylon.

    Aerial view of countryside around the tea-gardens (54). The Kangchenjunga mountain railway is followed on its journey in the Himalayas. Views of the tea-gardens with waterfalls (118). A ...

     
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    A MEDICINE WOMAN AND HER ASSISTANT, FROM THE KUANYAMA TRIBE, INITIATE TWO FURTHER ƒMEDICINE WOMEN>

     
  • AFRICAN PEASANT FARMS - THE KINGOLWIRA EXPERIMENT
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    INTEREST. The film shows a practical experiment to establish a new African settlement in tsetse-fly country.

    The film opens with a local looking at a sign post 'To Kingolwira'. The African sets off in this direction and comes to a ...

     
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    SOUTH AFRICAN TRIBAL CUSTOMS

     
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    BURMA 1936

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    AMATEUR. Film of Burma.

    Dam. Street scenes - Arab costumes possibly Sudan. Coronation Coach in Britain - Jubilee procession for George V. Dam again. Grandstand at racecourse? River journey through Burma. Giant Buddhas.

    Note: ...

     
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    TWO NATIVES OF GANGUELLA COLLECTING HONEY FROM A HIVE BY SMOKING OUT THE BEES. THE ƒHONEY> IS MADE INTO A TYPE OF ƒBEER>BY HEATING, STRAINING, AND EXTRACTION

     
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    Musical drama. A man of African origin who is working in London as a docker becomes a well-known opera singer. He is astonished to find he is actually the descendant of an African queen, and resolves to return to his native country to ...

     
  • TROPICAL HOOKWORM
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    Instructional film for African audiences on the causes and prevention of hookworm disease.

    An African man, 'a typical case of chronic hookworm', describes his symptoms to a friend. The film shows a close-up of the type of worms ...

     
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    Travelogue of India; edited from material supplied by the Government of India.

     
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    South Africa

    The Governor General Lord Clarendon opens the Empire Exhibition at Milner Park, Johannesburg, on September 15th 1936. Some of the features of the exhibition are shown.

     
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    Great Britain

    The production of cocoa beans in the Gold Coast and their shipment to England.

    After an opening title explaining that 'most of the raw cocoa used in England grows in Africa on the Gold Coast - a part of the British Empire', a map of ...

     
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    Biography of the politician and how he rises from being a diamond-miner in Africa to become Prime Minister of Cape Colony.

    Rhodes of Africa was the first screen biography of Cecil Rhodes. Four previous attempts to ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Filmed scenes of Palestine to illustrate Biblical sayings and images.

     
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    NILE TOUR 1936

    Great Britain

    Amateur film. Thomas Cook tour down the Nile.

     
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    A MEMBER OF THE KUANYAMA TRIBE IS SEEN MOULDING AND SMOOTHING POTS OF VARIOUS SHAPES FROM LUMPS OF CLAY

     
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    Trinidad; its products and the people who work on the plantations.

     
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    Cape Town, Durban and the Victoria Falls in Rhodesia.

     
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    INTEREST. A native of the Mashanne tribe plucks, with tweezers, the beard of a native of the Dabarra tribe (85). [16mm]

     
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    ACTUALITY. Indians gathering honey from trees.

    L.S. man in top branches of a tree lowering a basket of honey to the ground (16). An Indian, at the foot of the tree, throws a rope into the branches. The honey gatherer climbs up the ...

     
  • VETERINARY TRAINING OF AFRICAN NATIVES
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    The training of students at the Tanganyika Veterinary Department, Mpwapwa.

    The film opens with a line of African men in uniform who have been selected for a course in which they will learn 'the future of animal husbandry'. A European ...

     
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    BAGHDAD 1936

    Great Britain

    Baghdad: - suk, forbidden Muharram festival procession and back street scenes. Kuwait:- 'id al Adha, bedu camp, Gerald de Gaurey - political resident coming ashore.

     
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    INTEREST. A woman potter from the Quambo tribe of northern South-West Africa is seen at work. She works smoking a pipe and has some "Omepo" plant in her ear to prevent deafness. Smoothing the interior and exterior of pot with a shell. ...

     
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    Everyday use of asphalt for roadmaking and roofing are followed by a description of the Pitch Lake at La Brea, Trinidad, the work at the lakeside, in the refineries and in the barrel factory. The mechanised making and filling of barrels is ...