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Cricket scenes with Don Bradman II
Australian national hero and cricketing legend, Don Bradman, runs the gauntlet of cricket fans in this amazing film from the 1948 tour
Amateur film 1948 2 mins Silent
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One of the all-time greats of cricket, Don Bradman, appears in this action-packed amateur film from 1949 featuring the man himself in action on the field surrounded by several thousand appreciative fans. Bradman is seen batting until he is caught (offscreen behind the bowler).
Somerset County Cricketers Ian Botham and Brian Rose
News 1977 3 mins Location: Taunton
Ian Botham and Brian Rose tell it like it is - interviewed in 1977 Plus ca change
Cricket Scenes with Don Bradman I
Amateur film 1948 2 mins Silent Location: Hove
Cricket legend, Don Bradman, and his Invincibles delight the crowds when Australia tours England in 1948
Prince Ranjitsinhji Practising Batting at the Nets
Sport 1897 1 mins Silent
Probably the first ever cricket film: Indian cricketing royalty prepares for the first test between England and Australia at Sydney.
Johnny Wardle Home Movies - England Cricket Tour of South Africa 1956-57
Amateur film 1956 18 mins Silent
Before the sporting boycott of the apartheid state, South Africa was a touring destination for the English cricketer.
Batting the Forward Strokes
Instructional film/TV programme 1983 18 mins Silent
Graham Gooch demonstrates the art of positive batting, and David Gower takes a taxi to Lords for the Test match.
School programme and Educational film 1983 21 mins
The mysteries of bamboozling the batsman are demonstrated by three masters of the craft.
Train Entering Hove Station
Non-Fiction 1900 1 mins Silent Location: Hove
A scene from the golden age of rail travel - all the hustle and bustle of a Victorian train station
The Queen visits Hove's Greyhound Stadium
Amateur film 1962 4 mins Silent Location: Hove
Travel back in time to 1962 and see bubble cars on the road, service at the garage as it used to be and the Queen and Prince Philip paying a visit to Hove's Greyhound Stadium.
Hove, Horsham and Horses
Amateur film 1966 7 mins Silent Location: Hove
Catch a glimpse of Hove's old town hall before the bull-dozers move in as well as leafy Horsham scenes and a local hunt at Patcham in this film from Doreen Combes
Anti-litter campaigners at Brighton Carnival
Amateur film 1969 5 mins Silent Location: Hove
Litter Bugs beware! Keep Britain Tidy campaigners aim to get their message across during Hove's colourful carnival in this nostalgic short film from the Albany Cine Club
An Architect's Model of Hove Town Centre
Amateur film 1968 4 mins Silent Location: Hove
This model effort shows an architect's vision for the rebuilding of Hove Town Hall - in the style known as Brutalist
Shoreham, Brighton and Hove Crusaders 1935-36
Amateur film 1935 6 mins Silent Location: Hove
Christian organisation the Crusaders gather at Kinloch Hall, Hove
Afternoon Tea in the Garden of Clarence House
Non-Fiction 1897 0 mins Silent
Members of Queen Victoria's extended family being natural for the cameras
Pall Mall and Hyde Park Corner
Non-Fiction 1901 1 mins Silent Location: London
Capital scenes thanks to Victorian filmmakers
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee (Prince Edward)
1897 0 mins
Jubilee Procession: Leeds
Non-Fiction 1897 3 mins
Dogs in the Surf
Non-Fiction 1901 1 mins Silent
Victorian pooches at play
Royal Leinster Regiment Halifax
1900 1 mins Silent
A brisk drill on a cold winter's day
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