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Mitchell and Kenyon 025: Operatives Leaving Messrs Pilkington Bros. Works, St. Helen's, March 10, 1900
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2013), 2 mins
Workers spill out of a glass manufacturing factory in this early film from travelling filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon. This is one of 124 ‘factory gate’ films in the Mitchell & Kenyon collection. The interiors of factories were not recorded due to the lack of light. In film’s early years, the pion...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 2013), 2 mins
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Hobson's Choice (1954): Continuity script
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written by Harold Brighouse, 1882-1958; directed by Sir David Lean, 1908-1991; produced by Sir David Lean, 1908-1991, London Film Productions and British Lion Film Corporation; performed by Charles Laughton, 1899-1962, Sir John Mills, 1908-2005 and Brenda de Banzie, 1909-1981 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1954), 166 page(s)
Charles Laughton delivers a bravura performance as a Lancashire bootmaker who attempts to dictate his daughter’s choice of husband, only to find that she marries his downtrodden and simple-minded employee and starts a rival business. Set in the 1890s, this working class comedy by Harold Brighouse is wonderfully...
written by Harold Brighouse, 1882-1958; directed by Sir David Lean, 1908-1991; produced by Sir David Lean, 1908-1991, London Film Productions and British Lion Film Corporation; performed by Charles Laughton, 1899-1962, Sir John Mills, 1908-2005 and Brenda de Banzie, 1909-1981 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1954), 166 page(s)
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Mitchell and Kenyon 319: The Great Local Derby, Accrington V Church Cricket Match, July 5, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
The Lancashire Cricket League was established in the early 1890s (shortly after the birth of the Football League) to suit the interests of factory workers, and was hugely popular in the county. Played on Saturdays and midweek, games were completed within one day. The Accrington v. Church match was filmed on 5 July...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 320: The Great Local Derby, Accrington V Church Cricket Match, July 5, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
The Lancashire Cricket League was established in the early 1890s (shortly after the birth of the Football League) to suit the interests of factory workers, and was hugely popular in the county. Played on Saturdays and midweek, games were completed within one day. The Accrington v. Church match was filmed on 5 July...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 321: The Great Local Derby, Accrington V Church Cricket Match, July 5, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 1 min
The Lancashire Cricket League was established in the early 1890s (shortly after the birth of the Football League) to suit the interests of factory workers, and was hugely popular in the county. Played on Saturdays and midweek, games were completed within one day. The Accrington v. Church match was filmed on 5 July...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 1 min
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Mitchell and Kenyon 079: Workers Leaving Gossage's Soap Works, Widnes, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series on workers in northern England by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company, shot using a stationary camera at factory gates, shows workers leaving Gossage's Soap Works, Widnes (Lancashire), in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 180: Darwen Street Scenes, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in northern England and shot using a stationary camera, shows pedestrians in a street scene in Darwen, Lancashire, in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 246: Panoramic View Of The Morecambe Sea Front, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in England and shot using a stationary camera on a moving vehicle, shows pedestrians and traffic on the seashore promenade in Morecambe (Lancashire) in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 247: Parade on West End Pier Morecambe, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in England and shot using a stationary camera, shows pedestrians and traffic on the seashore promenade in Morecambe (Lancashire) in 1901
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 248: Morecambe Church Lads Parade At Drill, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 21 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in England and shot using a stationary camera, shows a brigade of young men at drill in Morecambe (Lancashire) in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 21 mins
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