1999

The 2nd British Silent Cinema Weekend British      16 – 18 April

Comedy Before   1930      

Broadway, Nottingham

 

FEATURES

The Manxman (British International Pictures, GB 1929)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Tons of Money (Walls and Henson Films, GB 1924)
Director: Frank Hall Crane

Would You Believe It! (Nettlefold Films, GB 1929)
Director: Walter Forde

SHORTS

Alice in Wonderland (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1903)
Dir: Percy Stow and Cecil M. Hepworth

As Seen Through the Telescope (G. A. Smith, GB 1900)
Dir: G. A. Smith

C.O.D. – A Mellow Drama (, GB 1929)
Dir: Lloyd T. Richards, Desmond Dickinson, Gerald Gibbs, Harcourt Templeman

Daddy’s Little Did’ums and the New Baby (Clarendon Film Company, GB 1911)
Dir: Wilfred Noy

Daisy Doodad’s Dial (Turner Film Company, GB 1914)
Dir: Florence Turner, To Powers

The Electric Shock (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1904)
Dir: Alf Collins

An Engagement of Convenience (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1914)

Express Delivery (Cricks, GB 1913)
Dir: Edwin J. Collins

Finding His Counterpart (Bamforth Company, GB c.1913)

Hanging Out the Clothes; or, Master, Mistress and Maid (G. A. Smith, GB 1898)
Dir: G. A. Smith

Let Me Dream Again (G. A. Smith, GB 1900)
Dir: G. A. Smith

Love and the Varsity (Clarendon Film Company, GB 1913)
Dir: Percy Stow

The Man to Beat Jack Johnson (Tyler Film Company, GB 1910)

Mary Jane’s Mishap; or, Don’t Fool with the Paraffin (G. A. Smith, GB 1903)

Max at the Music Hall ( Fr )

The Miller and the Sweep (G. A. Smith, GB 1897)
Dir: G. A. Smith

Milling the Militants; A Comic Absurdity (Clarendon Film Company, GB 1913)
Dir: Percy Stow

The Missing Legacy; or, The Story of a Brown Hat (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1906)
Dir: Alf Collins

The Mystic Mat (J. H. Martin, GB 1913)
Dir: Dave Aylott

Night Duty (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1904)
Dir: Alf Collins

A Night in the Show (The Essanay Film Manufacturing Company, US 1915)
Dir: Charles Chaplin

Oh! That Cat (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1907)
Dir: Alf Collins (?)

Only Me (Educational Films Corporation, US 1929)
Dir: Henry W. George

Our New Errand Boy (Williamson Kinematograph Company, GB 1905)
Dir: James Williamson

Pimple Has One (Piccadilly, GB 1915)
Dir: Fred Evans and Joe Evans

Pimple in the Whip (Piccadilly, GB 1917)
Dir: Fred Evans and Joe Evans

The Plum Pudding Stakes [Weary Willy and Tired Tim] (British and Colonial Kinematograph Company, GB 1911)
Dir: H. O. Martinek

The Rollicking Rajah (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1913)

Sawney Sam’s Dilemma (Barker Motion Photogrpahy, GB 1914)

Stop Thief! (William Kinematograph Company, GB 1901)
Dir: James Williamson

The Tale of a Coat (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1905)
Dir: Alf Collins

[Three Maiden Ladies] Chased by a Bull (, GB c.1910)

Tilly’s Party (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1911)
Dir: Lewin Fitzhamon

Tubby’s Rest Cure (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1916)
Dir: Frank Wilson

Two-Chinned Chow (Atlas Biocraft, GB 1923)
Dir: Adrian Brunel

Walter Makes a Movie (British Comedies, GB 1922)
Dir: Tom Seymour and Walter Forde

When Extremes Meet (Gaumont Film Company, GB 1905)
Dir: Alf Collins

Wife the Weaker Vessel (Hepworth Manufacturing Company, GB 1915)
Dir: Frank Wilson

EXTRACTS

Alf’s Button (Hepworth Picture Plays, GB 1920)
Dir: Cecil M. Hepworth

The Bump (Minerva Films, GB 1920)
Dir: Adrian Brunel

Champagne (British International Pictures, GB 1928)
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

East is East (Turner Film Company, GB 1916)
Dir: Henry Edwards

The Farmer’s Wife (British International Pictures, GB 1928)
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (Gainsborough Pictures, GB 1926)
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

The Rat (Gainsborough Pictures, GB 1925)
Dir: Graham Cutts

Squibs (Welsh-Pearson, GB 1921)
Dir: George Pearson

Trilby (London Film Company, GB 1914)
Dir: Harold Shaw

SPECIAL EVENTS

Wordsworth Donisthorpe (Pre-Cinema Pioneer)

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