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    ACTUALITY. The Governor of Bengal, Lord Lytton, inspects the Governor's Bodyguard in Calcutta.

    Main title. The Governor and his party get out of a car at the inspection ground, a wide expanse of grass and trees (30). Lord Lytton mounts a horse by ...

     
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    EMPIRE SERIESGreat Britain

    Scenes from Basutoland.

    The intertitles outline a history of Basutoland, interspersed with shots of a Bushman and a tribal leader, before showing a local village, and its 'native huts'. Aspects of local life are depicted ...

     
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    The King-Emperor's horse race at Calcutta, India.

    Government of India Censor Certificate (6). Main title (10). "The King Emperor's Cup Race 1925" (18). Scenes at Calcutta race track, Europeans passing the camera entering the course (102). "Scenes ...

     
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    The Calcutta Cup Race, 1925; arrival of the Lyttons and of Lord Reading, Viceroy of India.

    Government of India censor certificate (6). Main title (12). "The race for the Viceroy's Cup Calcutta 26 Decr: '25" (19). MS of the cup (24). "Orange ...

     
  • COTTON GROWING IN THE SUDAN c. 1925-1930
    Great Britain

    Filmed on behalf of the British Cotton Growing Association and the Empire Cotton Association, the film shows cotton growing and general conditions in the Sudan in the latter half of the 1920s. The areas covered are Kadugli, Amadi, Mardi ...

     
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    DOCUMENTARY. Extract showing scenes of an African native funeral, in which women dance around the seated corpse (43-162); a montage of the dancing women (191 ft).

     
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    EMPIRE SERIESGreat Britain

    INSTRUCTIONAL. Opens with views of mountains and coastline (67), a stream crossed by a wooden bridge and fringed with luxuriant vegetation (105) and an old Fiji warrior with his war club (134). Views of Suva from above ...

     
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    GAUMONT GRAPHICGreat Britain

    "A GOLD COAST ROMANCE - Police Corporal Williams and his dusky bride, from the Exhibition native village, married at St. Johns Church, Wembley" (2). Williams and his wife along with their best man walk through a row of white ...

     
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    India

    Amateur film. ?Camp in Waziristan, Khyber. Sunset in camp, blockhouse and many tents in lines, camels and drivers.

     
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    AMATEUR. Scenes in an Indian wildlife park.

    A couple, in colonial style clothes, stand behind a tapir. The man strokes and pats the animal (17) [slight jump in film]. The same couple stand on a river bank with another, similarly ...