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Sunderland v. Leicester Fosse
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produced by James Kenyon, 1850-1925 and Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1907), 2 mins
M&K 118: Main (replacement) title (00.08). Players leaving from the dressing rooms beneath the stand and coming onto the pitch. An advert is visible on the stand, "Athletes train on Grape Nuts". The first team wears dark shorts and shirts with vertical stripes; the second team to come out wears white shorts and pl...
produced by James Kenyon, 1850-1925 and Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1907), 2 mins
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Lord Durham at Sunderland
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
This extremely well-crafted actuality story shows the local lads of the Third Volunteer Battalion of the Durham Light Infantry receiving honours in front of their drill hall ground at the top of Sunderland's High Street West. Twenty-five men were nominated for awards, but by the time this presentation was filmed b...
produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
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Lord Durham at Sunderland
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
This extremely well-crafted actuality story shows the local lads of the Third Volunteer Battalion of the Durham Light Infantry receiving honours in front of their drill hall ground at the top of Sunderland's High Street West. Twenty-five men were nominated for awards, but by the time this presentation was filmed b...
produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1901), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 683: The Fleet in the Tyne, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
This film seems to show a visit of the Royal Navy's Channel Fleet outside the Tyne estuary, on the Sunderland side. The picture has considerable movement despite an apparently calm day, so must have been taken from a moving boat. Several destroyers pass across the camera's field of vision. The local newspaper repo...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 684: The Fleet in the Tyne, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
This film seems to show a visit of the Royal Navy's Channel Fleet outside the Tyne estuary, on the Sunderland side. The picture has considerable movement despite an apparently calm day, so must have been taken from a moving boat. Several destroyers pass across the camera's field of vision. The local newspaper repo...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
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Mitchell and Kenyon 806: Rough Sea at Roker, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
This short documentary silent film, by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in northern England and shot using a stationary camera, shows waves breaking on the beach at Roker (Sunderland) in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 1 min
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Rough Sea at Roker
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute), 1 min
These two different views of sea waves at Roker on England's north east coast illustrate the popularity of this type of subject in the early years of cinema. The first, a frontal view of the shallow, sandy beach, is as satisfyingly hypnotic now as it must have been when Mitchell & Kenyon filmed it one sunny day in...
produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute), 1 min
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