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The Sex Victims
A truck driver thinks he’s in luck when he meets a strange girl by the road in this supernatural horror short
Horror 1973 37 mins
A truck driver thinks he’s in luck when he meets a strange girl by the road in this seedy tale, which ran in the cinema as a supporting short. Look out for Alum Armstrong from, among other things, Get Carter and the TV cop show New Tricks.
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Industry sponsored film 1960 17 mins Silent
A concrete reason to give a dam about water supplies in Northern Ireland, in the heart of the picturesque Mourne Mountains
Shouts for City!
Documentary 1975 26 mins Location: Stoke-upon-Trent
From 'Red and White' Rosemary to 'Zigger Zagger' and veteran Fred Trimble, who has been watching the Potters since 1913: Stoke City's fans are a devoted bunch.
From England to India by Air
Documentary 1917 12 mins Silent
A state welcome for a Handley Page aircraft arriving in Kolkata
Blackpool Outdoor Dog Show 1960
Amateur film 1960 12 mins Silent Location: Blackpool
Have a doggy treat - and meet some very well groomed visitors to Blackpool.
Leonard Whiting Olivia Hussey
Inside Film 1967 16 mins
Teenage actors discuss their work with Franco Zeffirelli on Romeo and Juliet.
Isle of Portland Floods
News 1978 9 mins Silent Location: Chiswell
Repairing flood damage in the fishing village of Chiswell
Non-Fiction 1898 1 mins Silent
The Victorian great and good mark the passing of a political titan
Parade of Troops with Band and Crowds Following
Non-Fiction 1900 2 mins Silent
For Britons during the Boer War, a welcome opportunity to support the troops - and march alongside them
Workers Leaving Work at Vickers
Non-Fiction 1900 1 mins Location: Barrow-In-Furness
Factory gate glimpses at - we think - Barrow-in-Furness
Non-Fiction 1898 1 mins Silent Location: Worthing
Worthing waves at us in this mesmerising early film
The Biter Bit
Comedy 1898 1 mins Silent
Film's first joke? A fresh take on an old prank.
Opening of the Kiel Canal
Non-Fiction 1895 0 mins Silent
This was one of a series of actuality films made by the Victorian pioneer Birt Acres during 1895. The film is thought to have been shot on June 20, on the occasion of the opening of the Kiel Canal by the German Kaiser Wilhelm II. Acres shot other films at the same time, but they have not survived.