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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1900
How did these Chinese gentlemen end up in a Blackburn basement? There were many puzzles among the hundreds of rolls of Mitchell and Kenyon's films rediscovered...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1903
A film of the same fixture in the previous season featured more crowds than football, but this example offers great prolonged views of play. The film...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1905
Their opponents have yet to be identified, but this footage of Hull City (in dark stripes) at The Boulevard is believed to be from the 1904-05 season,...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1904
Blackburn, in the pale strip, take on an unidentified team (possibly Manchester City in their away strip) in this short fragment of what was probably...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1904
This is the earliest of two games filmed by Mitchell and Kenyon at Blackburn's Ewood Park. The negative was badly damaged, giving the picture a snowed...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1903
This is the last of the dozen rugby fixtures in the Mitchell & Kenyon collection, and the only cup final, a Yorkshire v Lancashire battle. Tries are rare...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1904
'Phantom ride' films, shot from a moving vehicle, were an enduringly popular part of the Victorian and Edwardian film repertoire. This wintery journey...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1904
'Phantom ride' films, shot from a moving vehicle, were an enduringly popular part of the Victorian and Edwardian film repertoire. This wintery journey...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1905
The appearance of a cameraman at the front of a tram car creates quite a stir among passersby - especially the young boys of the town, who run excitedly...

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Published London, England: British Film Institute, 1907
Shown at Ellison's Tenement fairground in August 1907, this particularly attractive film won glowing reports from the local press, who delighted at the...
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