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1960 Monochrome photographic print showing south side of North Street showing Brighton Film Theatre at top.
Photographic image showing Indian soldiers and British soldiers. Possibly a still from a film?
2000 These figures are made of hard plastic. They depict characters from the film Toy Story 2. They were made by McDonald?s Corporation in China in 2000.
1899 This collection of objects relating to Alfred Darling's Biokam includes a double-ended camera body, a projection unit and a selection of film canisters.
1910 This complimentary ticket was given to employees for the opening of the Kinemacolor Palace in Hull, 24 December 1910. Kinemacolor was developed by George Albert Smith and was the first commercially viable colour film technique.
1912 This programme for the Prince's Theatre, Manchester, is entitled, 'Kinemacolor'. Kinemacolor was developed by George Albert Smith and was the first colour film technique that was commercially viable.
c1912 This booklet is entitled, 'Kinemacolor from the Scala Theatre, London'. Kinemacolor was developed by George Albert Smith and was the first colour film technique that was commercially viable.
20th Century This black and white copy print shows George Albert Smith at his desk in the Science Museum. He is pictured with film measurer and Urban Bioscope camera. The original photograph was taken in 1900.
c1896 This Experimental 42mm cine-camera has a leather handle and is made of wood. It was made by the film pioneer Alfred Darling.
c1908 This 35mm 'Type G' Studio Cine-Camera is made of wood and has a leather handle. It has a hinged door and was made by the film pioneer Alfred Darling.