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  • BASUTO BOY

    BASUTO BOY 1947 has video enhanced entry

    Great Britain

    A short story for children about a Basuto-boy herdsman and his adventures in dealing with cattle thieves.

    The second reel (of two) shows Lesaoama, a Basuto boy, as he travels across icy mountains on a Basuto pony in order to tell his ...

     
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    Great Britain

    A film made for African audiences showing how Basuto troops are occupied in the Allied cause.

    A title reads 'Middle East: Basuto fire fighters in action'. A fire has been lit on a stone jetty. At the fire station, the alarm is ...

     
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    Great Britain

    An animated map is shown, followed by general views of the country, and its peop le and their work. Concluding with a horse race.

     
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    India

    The film celebrates the operations of the Bata shoe company highlighting, in particular, the welfare provided for its workers at its specially-built industrial town of Batanagar.

    The film’s opening ...

     
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    CHARACTER FORMATION IN DIFFERENT CULTURES

    Compares treatment of Balinese and Iatmul (New Guinea) babies with American practices. Anthropology. The different methods of bathing children is seen in three contrasting cultures. "New Guinea". A native ...

     
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    Unedited rushes.

     
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    INDIAN ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    In Mandalay, Burma's second city, the stronghold of Fort Dufferin is pounded by air attacks and after the fall of the fort, the divisional commander ...

     
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    INDIAN ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    Shot by Lieutenant Hayat: Uneven and dark footage of troops walking along a road. View of the distant Mandalay Hill with bare trees in the foreground; troops (probably 8th ...

     
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    TV EYEGreat Britain

    Report on the Falklands crisis. Llew Gardner reports from Downing Street and Julian Manyon reports from Argentina. Denis Tuohy leads a studio debate with Falkland Islanders living in Britain. Includes a clip of General Alfredo Saint ...

     
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    WEEKEND WORLDGreat Britain

    Report on the latest position in the South Atlantic with interviews with Brig. Kenneth Hunt, Jon Connell, Admr. Edward Gueritz, Jonathan Alford, Andrew Thompson, Guillermo Makin, Philip Windsor, David Tongue, Peter Shore and ...

     
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    PANORAMA

    Reports from London and New York on the current state of the Falklands conflict with an interview with Nicaros Mendez on world opinion about Argentinian attitudes to the Falklands and an interview with John Nott, Sec. of State for Defence.

     
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    WEEKEND WORLDGreat Britain

    Report on the latest developments in the crisis in the South Atlantic with interviews with Jon Connell, Philip Windsor, Dudley Fishburn, Col. Neil Maude, Sir Christopher Foxley-Norris, Andrew Thompson, Andrew Whitley, Edward ...

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Attack against the enemy at El Ruweisat, south of the El Alamein Box.

    Attack by 161 Brigade, 5th Indian Division and the 22nd and 23rd Armoured Brigades on El Ruweisat ...

     
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    ROYAL AIR FORCE OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    The RAF lead a parade in Calcutta (Kolkata) India, mounted to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Britain

    Shot of parade forming up with US ...

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Movement of transport towards the fighting at the Battle of El Alamein.

    Transport, anti-aircraft guns and tanks moving forwards towards El Alamein positions. Shelling of ...

     
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    Amateur film without titles shot by Sergeant Leslie Brower, a signaller in the 2nd Battalion Royal Horse Artillery, records military action in the Western Desert during the Eighth Army offensive of 1942, then off-duty scenes ...

     
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    INDIAN INTER-SERVICE PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTORATE COLLECTION - INDIAN HOME FRONT AND MILITARY OPERATIONS, AND ALLIED OPERATIONS IN ITALY AND THE PACIFIC DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    Footage from the Battle of Imphal in ...

     
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    INDIAN ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    Film of the Battle of Kohima, presumably shot in late May 1944, showing tanks, infantry and artillery in action, probably in the Treasury Hill or ...

     
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    ROYAL AIR FORCE OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    RAF Liberators bomb defences in support of amphibious landings against Rangoon, Burma.

    Aerial footage of Spitfires in the distance. Distant ...

     
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    GB

    Australian Imperial Forces in Malaya.

    Bathing in sea at night, on guard with Mosquito nets over faces; digging trench, native boy climbs palm tree and throws down coconuts to troops; men get into patrol boat in river ...

     
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    INDIAN ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    Two weeks after the recapture of Rangoon by British forces, monsoon weather hampers the movement of tanks and vehicles in the vicinity of Nyaungkashe, 35 miles north east of Pegu ...

     
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    PANORAMAGreat Britain

    White farmer Des Bawden and black barrister Sottayi Katsere participate in a programme which considers whether all races can live peacfully in Rhodesia ten years after the declaration of UDI.

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Demonstrations by assault party with bayonets and hand grenades at Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, Malta. Bren gun bullets hitting the water.

     
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    BEACH-HEAD 1982

    TASK FORCE SOUTH THE BATTLE FOR THE FALKLANDS

    The events at San Carlos Bay in the Falkland Islands on 21st May 1982

     
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    Great Britain

    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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    VOYAGER - THE WORLD OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICGreat Britain

    Stephen Venables, mountaineer, explores the glaciers of South Georgia.

     
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    BEAU GESTE 1939

    USA

    Story of adventures of three brothers in the Foreign Legion, each of whom is taking the blame for jewel theft in England. Re-make of a 1926 silent version. From a novel by P.C. Wren. Screenplay by Robert Carson.

     
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    Unedited rushes. This was the largest convoy to enter Tripoli Harbour.

     
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    ROYAL AIR FORCE OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Aerial and ground footage of operations by RAF Bristol Beaufighter fighter-bombers based at Chiringa, Bengal Province, India (Bangladesh).

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  • BEER AT ITS BEST
    Nigeria

    The making of Star lager from Nigeria.

    The film opens with the Star lager trademark as local music plays. As three African men sit outside drinking Star lager, a close-up of a tray reveals the company logo. The voiceover states that 'These ...

     
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    Malaya

    Abu Baker is a poor fisherman from the east coast of Malaya. With only a sailing boat he is at the mercy of tide, wind and weather. If these turn against him he runs into debt with the fish merchant. But with government help he obtains a new ...

     
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    India

    Behind-the-scenes in the Indian Air Force.

    The film shows: aircraft in flight; a newspaper headline stating 'three Japanese planes shot down over Calcutta'; maintenance of aircraft; workshop work; class ...

     
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    BELIZE 1978

    GB

    Training in Britain's last jungle training country, Belize in Central America. Following jungle patrols, navy movements and air to ground/sea attacks.

     
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    Great Britain

    The future of Belize, former British colony of British Honduras.

     
  • BELMONT SCHOOL GOES TO NASSAU BAHAMAS
    GB

    Amateur film shot by a local Bahamian cameraman records the life in the Bahamas of the twenty English evacuee schoolboys evacuated via SS Orduna from Belmont School in Hassocks, Sussex for the period from 1940 to 1944, and shows the Duke of Windsor ( ...

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    His Excellency the Governor-General of Bengal, Mr Richard Gardiner Casey and Lieutenant-General W J ("Bill") Slim visit Mandalay, Burma, to observe ...

     
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    Great Britain

    INTEREST. Travelogue. The island of Bermuda as a holiday resort. Includes the ceremonial handing over of office from one Governor General to another. A trip around the island by carriage. St Peter's Church and Gibb's Hill lighthouse.

     
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    USA

    Investigation of a series of murders of people who have paid into a fund to go to the one who survives.

     
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    Great Britain

    Near Nairobi, Kenya. Africans build a good permanent house using mainly materials which are available on the spot.

    In a local village a colonial official arrives in a car to help re-build a house for locals. The film commentary ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Aspects of the major social problems raised by the rapid industrialisation of Northern Rhodesia; work done by the missionaries.

     
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    WIND OF CHANGEGreat Britain

    How a college education in Dar es-salaam is changing the lifestyle of Victor Kimeseru, a Masai tribesman from Tanganyika.

     
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    Great Britain

    African adventure with wild animals and Leopard Men.

     
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    An expedition goes to South America to find the papers proving the right of a jungle girl orphan to a large fortune.

     
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    USA

    India 1947. Story of an Anglo-Indian girl, feeling rejected by both her worlds, in the conflict between her attraction for an English soldier and the love offered her by a young Sikh, as well as another Anglo-Indian.

    Bhowani Junction  ...
     
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    Great Britain

    Introduced by Lord Lee of Fareham, who explains that many doubt the value of the Bible of history. Views are then shown which are associated with stories from the Bible, and the life of Christ.

     
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    GRANTLAND RICE SPORTLIGHTUSA

    Account of the delights of fishing for tuna and other large fish.

     
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    Great Britain

    Remarkable film record of adventures covering a period of thirty years. Pioneering work photographing wild animals in Africa, India, Borneo, Canada and America.

     
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    ON SAFARI

    At the Wankie National Park (later called the Hwange Game Reserve),in Rhodesia, Tourists' observation platforms. Water hole drilling. Eland, water buffalo and smaller game are captured for transfer to the new National park at Bulawayo.