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Norfolk Women's Tennis Team in Prudential County Cup
Ranked number 9 internationally, tennis pro Lesley Charles speaks to Anglia TV in Cromer.
Sport 1978 3 mins
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Anglia TV report as Norfolk women's tennis team just failed to reach division two of the Prudential County Cup after winning promotion in each of the last four seasons. British international tennis professional Lesley Charles speaks to news reporter Gerry Harrison about her return to the tennis circuit following a serious back operation.
Tennis on Film
Sport 1971 9 mins Location: Torquay
A young pretender takes on the Wimbledon Champion
Sport 1951 22 mins
Extended highlights from the 1951 Wimbledon Tennis Championships
Sport 1947 23 mins Location: Wimbledon
An account of the 1947 Wimbledon tennis championship
Sport 1954 47 mins Location: Hampton
Wimbledon 1954, from the meticulous preparation of the 16 tennis courts to the finals and the glory on Centre Court.
Non-Fiction 1926 1 mins Silent
The future King George VI takes to the court at Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
News 1977 5 mins Location: Paignton
It's a question of Sue: tennis player Sue Barker competes against an American opponent in the Ladies Indoor Tennis BP Cup.
Amateur film 1984 11 mins Location: Norwich
The railway line from Norwich to Cromer; a vital link in local life, but will the trains continue?
Home movie 1930 2 mins Silent Location: Cromer
With Beacon Hill, the highest point in Norfolk, just three kilometres away the steep hillside down to the beach at Cromer offered excellent sledging in the 1930s.
Promotional 1958 27 mins Location: Cromer
Bernie Winters and a Waiters' Race both feature in this locally produced professional showcase promoting the seaside town of Cromer, Norfolk
Government sponsored film 1983 15 mins Location: Sheringham
Educational film about the Norfolk coastline focussing on the problems of erosion.
Amateur film 1938 8 mins Silent Location: Cromer
Lively amateur record captured in 1938 of the ambitious and entertaining annual carnival in the Norfolk coastal town of Cromer.
Documentary 1970 14 mins Location: Cromer
The history of the lightship, including the recollections of retired mariner Charlie Moll, and archive footage of fisher girls at Yarmouth.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1936 8 mins
Spoiler alert! The fox is always going to outsmart the hounds in this delightful, balletic cartoon that heads from the countryside into 1930s suburbia.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1936 9 mins
Carmen get your cartoon opera fix in this (very!) loose version of Bizet’s classic tale of romance and treachery.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1909 4 mins
Toy Story meets Fatal Attraction in this tale of an Edwardian childhood romance scuppered by poor finances and a stalking dolly
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1940 8 mins
Who does he think he’s kidding? This parodic day-in-the-life portrait of Mr Hitler is one of the very few British examples of comic cartoon propaganda from WW2.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1919 10 mins Silent
Remember when Charlie Chaplin went into space? Reality is no obstacle in this endlessly inventive silent cinema cartoon of the 'Little Tramp'
Animation & Artists Moving Image 1925 6 mins
1920s canine icon Bonzo the Dog tests the Entente Cordiale to the limit in this silent British cartoon
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