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It Might Get Loud
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directed by Davis Guggenheim, 1963-; produced by Peter Afterman, fl. 1980, Lesley Chilcott, Davis Guggenheim, 1963- and Thomas Tull, 1970-, Thomas Tull Productions; performed by Jimmy Page, 1944-, The Edge, 1961- and Jack White, 1975- (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2008), 1 hour 38 mins,
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Unlike any other rock and roll documentary, IT MIGHT GET LOUD gets three legendary guitarists - The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) and Jack White (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs) - onto an empty soundstage to create an unparalleled music summit. In the process of jamming together they bring their own pers...
directed by Davis Guggenheim, 1963-; produced by Peter Afterman, fl. 1980, Lesley Chilcott, Davis Guggenheim, 1963- and Thomas Tull, 1970-, Thomas Tull Productions; performed by Jimmy Page, 1944-, The Edge, 1961- and Jack White, 1975- (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2008), 1 hour 38 mins,
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The Plough and the Stars
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directed by John Ford, 1894-1973; produced by Samuel J. Briskin, 1896-1948, Robert Sisk, 1903-1964 and Cliff Reid, 1891-1949; performed by Barry Fitzgerald, 1888-1961, Preston Foster, 1900-1970 and Barbara Stanwyck, 1907-1990 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1937), 1 hour 7 mins
This film, directed by John Ford, stars Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster, and Barry Fitzgerald.
directed by John Ford, 1894-1973; produced by Samuel J. Briskin, 1896-1948, Robert Sisk, 1903-1964 and Cliff Reid, 1891-1949; performed by Barry Fitzgerald, 1888-1961, Preston Foster, 1900-1970 and Barbara Stanwyck, 1907-1990 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1937), 1 hour 7 mins
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The Informer (1935): Shooting script
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directed by John Ford, 1894-1973; produced by John Ford, 1894-1973, RKO Pictures; performed by Victor McLaglen, 1886-1959, Heather Angel, 1909-1986, Preston Foster, 1900-1970, Margot Grahame, 1911-1982, Wallace Ford, 1898-1966, J. M. Kerrigan, 1884-1964, Joe Sawyer, 1906-1982, Neil Fitzgerald, 1892-1982, Una O'Connor, 1880-1959, Ward Bond, 1903-1960 and Earle Fox, 1887-1973 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2007), 115 page(s)
directed by John Ford, 1894-1973; produced by John Ford, 1894-1973, RKO Pictures; performed by Victor McLaglen, 1886-1959, Heather Angel, 1909-1986, Preston Foster, 1900-1970, Margot Grahame, 1911-1982, Wallace Ford, 1898-1966, J. M. Kerrigan, 1884-1964, Joe Sawyer, 1906-1982, Neil Fitzgerald, 1892-1982, Una O'Connor, 1880-1959, Ward Bond, 1903-1960 and Earle Fox, 1887-1973 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2007), 115 page(s)
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Life in Wexford
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 2007), 2 mins

These short scenes were filmed in January 1902 in and around Wexford's Bull Ring market, capturing an array of local characters, including a cheery fishwife. Children and members of the Royal Irish Constabulary mingle with the traders and customers. The Mayor of Wexford, in his official regalia, appears with his d...

produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 2007), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 730: Congregation Leaving Jesuit Church of St. Francis Xavier, Dublin, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
This short documentary silent film by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in northern England shows the congregation leaving the Jesuit Church of St. Francis Xavier, Dublin 1902.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 795: Ambush II at Eyrefield Lodge, Curragh, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 4 mins
This short documentary silent film, by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company and shot using a stationary camera, shows men riding a horse at Eyrefield Lodge, Curragh (Ireland), in 1902.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 4 mins
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Panorama of College Green, Dublin
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2007), 3 mins
These evocative scenes of Edwardian Dublin include views of the old houses of parliament (later home to the Bank of Ireland), and the gates of Trinity College. By 1902 the city's tram system was already electrified and this film shows a busy urban Dublin. The once-famous statue of 'King Billy' (William of Orange)...
produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2007), 3 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 729: Congregation Leaving St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 4 mins
The very tight shot means we don't get to see much of the magnificent St Mary's cathedral, but we get so close to the densely-packed congregation that we can almost read their thoughts. The prospect of being filmed seems to cause considerable excitement and curiosity among the dignified churchgoers - from every la...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 4 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 725: Wexford, c. 1900
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1900), 2 mins
This short documentary silent film by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in northern England shows passengers and trains at the Wexford Railway Station in 1902.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1900), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 726: Wexford, c. 1900
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1900), 2 mins
These short scenes were filmed in January 1902 in and around Wexford's Bull Ring market, capturing an array of local characters, including a cheery fishwife. Children and members of the Royal Irish Constabulary mingle with the traders and customers. The films were later shown at the Theatre Royal, Wexford.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1900), 2 mins
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