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Mitchell & Kenyon
in Ireland

(1901-1906)

 

Contents: Congregation Leaving St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Dublin (1901), Ride on a Tramcar Through Belfast (1901), Albert Quay in Cork (1902), Ambush II at Eyrefield Lodge, Curragh (1902), Arrival of VIPs for Official Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), Cattle Market in Derry (1902), Congregation Leaving Jesuit Church of St. Francis Xavier, Dublin (1902), Congregation Leaving St. Mary’s Dominican Church in Cork (1902), Congregation Leaving St. Patrick’s Church in Cork (1902), Cork Fire Brigade Turning Out (1902), Crews Practicing on River Lee at Cork Regatta (1902), Final of International Cup at Cork Regatta Between Leander and Berlin (1902), Life in Wexford (1902), Lord Mayor of Cork Arriving for Official Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), Panorama of College Green (1902), Panorama of Cork Exhibition Grounds (1902), Panorama of Queenstown Harbour (1902), Preparation of the Cork Exhibition Grounds and Erection of Buildings (1902), Regiments Returned from Boer War to Victoria Barracks, Cork (1902), Ride from Blarney to Cork on Cork and Muskerry Light Railway (1902), Sport Day at Queen’s College Ground, Cork (1902), Trade Procession at Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), Tram Ride from King Street to Patrick’s Bridge, Cork (1902), Two-Oared Boat Race, Sundays Well, Cork (1902), Views of the Grand Parade, Cork (1902), The Visit of the Duke of Connaught C-I-C Forces in Ireland and Prince Henry of Prussia to Cork Exhibition (1902), Wexford Railway Station (1902), Workers Leaving Lee Boot Factory — Dwyer & Co. Ltd., Cork (1902), England v. Ireland at Manchester (1905) and Wales v. Ireland at Wrexham (1906).

coverBritish Film Institute
2007 DVD edition

Mitchell & Kenyon in Ireland (1901-1906),
black & white, 75 minutes total, BBFC Classification E,
including Congregation Leaving St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Dublin (1901), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Ride on a Tramcar Through Belfast (1901), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Albert Quay in Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Ambush II at Eyrefield Lodge, Curragh (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Arrival of VIPs for Official Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Cattle Market in Derry (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Congregation Leaving Jesuit Church of St. Francis Xavier, Dublin (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Congregation Leaving St. Mary’s Dominican Church in Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Congregation Leaving St. Patrick’s Church in Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Cork Fire Brigade Turning Out (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Crews Practicing on River Lee at Cork Regatta (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Final of International Cup at Cork Regatta Between Leander and Berlin (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Life in Wexford (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Lord Mayor of Cork Arriving for Official Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Panorama of College Green (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Panorama of Cork Exhibition Grounds (1902), Panorama of Queenstown Harbour (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Preparation of the Cork Exhibition Grounds and Erection of Buildings (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Regiments Returned from Boer War to Victoria Barracks, Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Ride from Blarney to Cork on Cork and Muskerry Light Railway (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Sport Day at Queen’s College Ground, Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Trade Procession at Opening of Cork Exhibition (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Tram Ride from King Street to Patrick’s Bridge, Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Two-Oared Boat Race, Sundays Well, Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Views of the Grand Parade, Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, The Visit of the Duke of Connaught C-I-C Forces in Ireland and Prince Henry of Prussia to Cork Exhibition (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, Wexford Railway Station (1902), Workers Leaving Lee Boot Factory — Dwyer & Co. Ltd., Cork (1902), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, England v. Ireland at Manchester (1905), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E, and Wales v. Ireland at Wrexham (1906), black & white, ? minutes, BBFC Classification E.

BFI Video Publishing, BFIVD737, UPC 5-035673-00737-2.
One single-sided, single-layered, Region 2 PAL DVD disc, 1.33:1 aspect ratio image in full-frame 4:3 (720 x 480 pixels) interlaced scan MPEG-2 format, ? Mbps average video bit rate, ? kbps audio bit rate, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo sound, English language intertitles, no foreign language subtitles, chapter stops; standard DVD keepcase, £19.99.
Release date: 30 July 2007.
Country of origin: England

Produced for video by the BFI, this additional compilation of Mitchell & Kenyon films focuses on the isle of Ireland.

The films are accompanied by a music score performed by Neil Brand and Günter Buchwald.

North American collectors will need a region-free PAL DVD player capable of outputting an NTSC-compatible signal to view this edition.

 
United Kingdom: Click the logomark to purchase this Region 2 PAL DVD edition from Amazon.co.uk. Your purchase supports Silent Era.
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