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Rough Sea at Dover (1896)
 
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The footage in "Rough Sea At Dover" is rather unrefined, at least in its present condition, but it features some memorable views. The main footage is now rather blurry and unclear, and it's hard to tell just how realistic it may have looked originally. Again as it now stands, the movie consists of two different scenes that may have been edited together after the fact - once again, it's probably impossible to tell with certainty. But in any event, this short movie is one of the more effective examples of the type of early 'actuality' that features water in motion. The scene at Dover catches the wall of a pier as heavy waves crash against it, and the slightly diagonal camera angle adds to the power of the sea as it comes towards the viewer. If the picture were less blurry, it might be an excellent shot. The second scene must come from an entirely different, inland location, but it too shows a good view of water in motion, from a different perspective. The early cinema team of Birt Acres and R.W. Paul did not stick together very long, but this feature shows what they were capable of doing. Country: UK Release Date: 14 January 1896 Also Known As: A South-West Storm in Dover
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Rough Sea at Dover
 
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Rough Sea & Black 5 at Dover.
 
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LMS Class 5mt 4-6-0 no 44871 at Shakespeare Cliff, on the 21/12/2018 Victoria/Folkestone/Victoria Cathedrals Express.
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Rough Sea at Dover (Бушующее море у Дувра) 1895 год
 
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Немой короткометражный фильм Бирта Акреса. Фильм демонстрирует события, произошедшие в порту города Дувр.
Birt Acres & Robert W. Paul: Rough Sea at Dover (1896)
 
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The film premiered on January 14, 1896 at the Royal Photographic Society in Hanover Street, London. This was the first public screening of a film in Britain and followed a month after the first such screening by the Lumière Brothers in Paris. Following its successful screening in London the film was taken to the United States where it was shown on April 23, 1896 at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York with a series of American movies made by the Edison's company. Despite its simple nature, Rough Sea at Dover became one of the most popular and widely-screened early British films. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough_Sea_at_Dover
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Pride of Dover - Channel Storm 14th of November 2009
 
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Stormy crossing on the 14th of November. It took us 11 hours for a round trip instead of the normal 4 hours.
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Rough Sea at Dover (1896) - Birt Acres & Robert W. Paul
 
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The sea is quite rough, and at Dover a series of heavy waves pounds against a pier and along the adjacent shoreline. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0000030 CHANGE BEFORE GOING PRODUCTIONS: http://www.cbgp.com http://www.facebook.com/changebeforegoingproductions http://www.twitter.com/cbgproductions http://www.gplus.to/changebeforegoing http://www.pinterest.com/cbgproductions More classic silent films added daily to the channel. We hope you enjoy these movies and cartoons, some of which contain new musical scores, from early cinema.
Rough sea at Dover
 
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R.W. Paul & Birt Acres, 1895 Another example of early actualite. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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'Rough Sea at Dover' (1895) with new soundtrack from Henrietta Barnett School
 
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Barnet-based British film-pioneer R.W. Paul & Birt Acres' 1895 film 'Rough Sea at Dover' with a new original soundtrack composed by a Yr 10 GCSE Music students from The Henrietta Barnett School in London, NW11. It was composed in February 2012 as part of a Phoenix Cinema education project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Rough Sea at Dover R W  Paul Birt Acres 1895
 
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Annotated version of "Rough Sea at Dover." Produced by R.W. Paul and shot by Birt Acres in 1895. Posted to accompany An Illustrated History of the Early Cinema at http://cinemathequefroncaise.com
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Rough Sea at Dover (1895)
 
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1min | Documentary, Short | 14 January 1896 (UK) The sea is quite rough, and at Dover a series of heavy waves pounds against a pier and along the adjacent shoreline. The scene then shifts to a different view of flowing water, and shows a heavy current from a point along a riverbank. Directors: Birt Acres, Robert W. Paul Also Known As: A South-West Storm in Dover Release Date: 14 January 1896 (UK) Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White Sound Mix: Silent Color: Black and White
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Birt Acres & Robert W. Paul: Rough Sea at Dover (1896)
 
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Rough Sea at Dover (also known as Rough Seas at Dover, The Beach at Dover and Sea Waves at Dover) is an 1895 British short black-and-white silent documentary film directed and produced by Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul. Paul and Acres shot the film in mid-1895, originally with the intention of showing it via kinetoscope. Projected, the film premiered on 14 January 1896 at the Royal Photographic Society in Hanover Street, London. This was the first public screening of a film in Britain and followed a month after the first such screening by the Lumière Brothers in Paris. Following its successful screening in London the film was taken to the United States where it was shown on 23 April 1896 at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City with a series of American movies made by the Edison's company. Despite its simple nature, Rough Sea at Dover became one of the most popular and widely screened early British films. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough_Sea_at_Dover
DWDR Progress December 2018
 
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New Zealand Ferry Rough Crossing.mov
 
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The Cook Straits Interislander ferry from Wellington to Picton underwent an extremely rough crossing in March 2006. Many vehicles were severely damaged but a 1969 VW camper van survived unmarked!
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Manly Ferry Rough Sea
 
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Commuting in Sydney can be exciting on a bad weather day....
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Rough Sea at Dover 1895 Бушующее море у Дувра Режиссёр    Бирт Акрес
 
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Жанр документальный фильм Режиссёр Бирт Акрес Продюсер Уильям Поль Автор сценария Бирт Акрес Оператор Бирт Акрес Композитор Уильям Поль Кинокомпания Paul's Animatograph Works Страна Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Великобритания Язык немое кино Год 1895
How rough can the English channel crossing really get?
 
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Taken aboard a DFDS ferry from Calais to Dover in May 2015. We were about five storeys up – and still the waves were hitting the windows. Erk.
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Rough Sea at Dover
 
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The highlight of the first season of Edison Vitascope at Koster & Bial's Music Hall was a British movie called Rough Sea at Dover (1895), made by Birt Acres. Unlike most of the movies made in Edison's Black Maria, this one was shot outdoors rather than against a theatrically black backdrop. This extra realism, combined with the generalized movement within the frame, made this a very exciting movie.
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Rough Sea at Dover (1895)
 
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Rough Sea at Dover (also known as Rough Seas at Dover, The Beach at Dover and Sea Waves at Dover) is an 1895 British short black-and-white silent documentary film directed and produced by Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul. Paul and Acres shot the film in mid-1895, originally with the intention of showing it via kinetoscope. Projected, the film premiered on 14 January 1896 at the Royal Photographic Society in Hanover Street, London. This was the first public screening of a film in Britain and followed a month after the first such screening by the Lumière Brothers in Paris. Following its successful screening in London the film was taken to the United States where it was shown on 23 April 1896 at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City with a series of American movies made by the Edison's company. Despite its simple nature, Rough Sea at Dover became one of the most popular and widely screened early British films.
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Rough day at Dover, part 2: 31 Dec 2013 - force 7
 
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Part 2 of Shipping TV's 3 part series filmed at the Port of Dover on 31st December, 2012. Includes Dover Seaways, Calais Seaways and Pride of Canterbury. Part 3 follows soon!
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Rough sea.MOV
 
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A day at sea during rough weather condition. Video was taken inside my cabin on board M/S Balmoral heading to Cohbn Ireland, 01 Nov 2009. We were not able to reach the port of Ireland and instead divert her route to our homeport in Dover UK.
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01 Rough sea at Dover Robert W Paul, 1895
 
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Rough Sea at Dover is an 1895 British short black-and-white silent documentary film directed and produced by Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul.
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Dover RNLI volunteers rescue 65ft barge in heavy seas
 
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Dover RNLI tow a 65ft converted river barge to the safety of Dover port in force eight winds and rough seas
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'Rough Sea at Dover' 1895 with new soundtrack from Henrietta Barnett School
 
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Бушующее мору у Дувра. 1895 год. С музыкой Henrietta Barnett School http://www.afterlife-film.ru/?p=359
Rough Sea at Dover, 1895
 
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Rough Sea at Dover (also known as Rough Seas at Dover, The Beach at Dover and Sea Waves at Dover) is an 1895 British short black-and-white silent documentary film directed and produced by Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul. Paul and Acres shot the film in mid-1895, originally with the intention of showing it via kinetoscope. Projected, the film premiered on 14 January 1896 at the Royal Photographic Society in Hanover Street, London. This was the first public screening of a film in Britain and followed a month after the first such screening by the Lumière Brothers in Paris. Following its successful screening in London the film was taken to the United States where it was shown on 23 April 1896 at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York with a series of American movies made by the Edison's company. Despite its simple nature, Rough Sea at Dover became one of the most popular and widely-screened early British films. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough_Sea_at_Dover
Stormy Seas At Dover, England
 
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Fancy a day trip to France anyone ?
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1895 Rough Sea At Dover [Robert W. Paul]
 
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Robert W. Paul (October 3, 1869 – March 28, 1943) was a British electrician, scientific instrument maker and early pioneer of British film. He was born in Highbury, in present-day Inner London, and began his technical career learning instrument-making skills at the Elliott Brothers, a firm of London instrument makers founded in 1804, followed by the Bell Telephone Company in Antwerp. In 1891, he established an instrument-making company, Robert W. Paul Instrument Company, initially with a workshop at 44 Hatton Garden, London, later his office. R.W. Paul obtained a concession to operate a kinetoscope parlour at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, and the success of this inspired him to contemplate the possibilities of projecting a moving image on to a screen, something that Edison had never considered. And while Paul and Birt Acres would share innovator status for England's first camera, soon after conception both men would dissolve the partnership and become competitors in the film camera and projector markets. Acres would present his projector, England's first, on 14 January 1896. Paul would present his own, the more influential Theatrograph shortly after on 20 February. Ironically this is exactly the same day the Lumieres' films would first be projected in London. In 1896, he pioneered in the UK a system of projecting motion pictures onto a screen, using a self-developed Maltese cross system. This coincided with the advent of the projection system devised by the Lumiere Brothers. After some demonstrations before scientific groups, he was asked to supply a projector and staff to the Alhambra Music Hall in Leicester Square, and he presented his first theatrical programme on 25 March 1896. This included films featuring cartoonist Tom Merry drawing caricatures of the German Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II (1895) and Prince Bismarck (1895). Merry had previously performed his lightning-fast drawing as part of a music hall stage act. (The Lumieres were appearing on the bill at the Empire Music Hall, nearby.) The use of his 'Theatrograph' in music halls up and down the country popularised early cinema in Britain. There were many showmen who wished to imitate Paul's success, and some of these wanted to make their own films of 'local interest'. It was necessary to set up a completely separate manufacturing department producing cameras, projectors, and cinema equipment, with its own office and showroom. Paul would also continue his innovations in the portable camera field. His 'Cinematograph Camera No. 1', built in April 1896, would be the first camera to feature reverse-cranking. This mechanism allowed for the same film footage to be exposed several times. The ability to create super-positions and multiple exposures would be of great significance. This technique was used in Paul's 1901 film Scrooge, or, Marley's Ghost, the oldest known film adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It is noted that the first camera that George Melies would use was built by R.W. Paul. In 1898 he designed and constructed Britain's first film studio in Muswell Hill, north London. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Rough Day at Dover, part 3; 31 Dec 2013, force 7.
 
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The 3rd and final part of Shipping TV's 3 part series filmed at the Port of Dover on 31st December, 2012. Includes bad-weather footage of P & O Spirit of Britain and My Ferry Link Rodin.
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What Is A Rough Sea?
 
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rough Sea in the Channel near Dover on 2013.12.30
 
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big Waves in the Port of Dover on 2013-12-30 during the Ferry leaves the Port.
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PORTIA motoring in choppy seas - Dover
 
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Moving up for another drift in choppy sea
Rough Crossing Dover - Calais
 
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Rough seas in the Channel.
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Tunnel Or Bridge? (1961)
 
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Full title reads: "Channel. Tunnel or Bridge?" France / Britain. LV Frenchman standing by his car looking out at the English Channel. SV the man looking at his map. GV Pan the Channel GV rough seas dashing the walls at Dover, Kent. GV Ditto. LV Pan down a cliff face as man walks towards the entrance of the Old Channel Tunnel, Top shot as he opens the door and walks into. LV inside the mine the man inspecting the shoring. CU Water dripping from the roof of the Tunnel. GV The Tunnel, animated shot, Showing Tunnel starting from both sides of the Channel, and meeting in the middle. SV Paper being dropped on top of one an other showing picture of The Channel Bridge. CU Ditto. CU Picture of the Bridge. CU Showing trains and cars travelling on the Bridge. SV model of the French a end of the Bridge. CU Ditto SV Ditto. LV Sign reading "Dover Harbour Car Ferry Terminal". GV Pan cars being driven onto the ferry. SV Ditto. CU Man sitting in aircraft. Air view of Paris showing the Seine, Air view ditto. GV The Channel pan to the Cliffs of Dover. LV The Cliffs. GV The Cliffs of Dover and the Channel. (F.G.) FILM ID:1736.06 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Rough day at Dover: Force 7, 31st December 2013, part 1
 
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Britain's busiest ferry port on Tuesday, 31st December 2013 - with a force 7 breeze slowing down operations and giving berthing skills a workout . . Part 1 of a 3-part special, includes My Ferry Link Berlioz and P & O Pride of Kent.
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Waves at the Pier
 
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Unusually high and rough water at the pier in Port Dover, Ontario on November 12, 2015.
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Rough water on our way to dover.
 
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Deze video is geüpload vanaf een Android-telefoon.
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Stormy sea, 1890's.  Film 11084
 
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Water. Stormy sea. Waves breaking over Admiralty Pier at Dover. Birt Acres 1895. Also "Breakers - Unidentified".
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What Happened to the Giant Hovercraft SR-N4? - The Concorde of the Seas
 
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They were once known as the 'Concorde of the Seas': mighty flying boats that ferried their passengers with speed and style. Hovercraft was a symbol of national innovation and represented the future of transport in the 20th Century. And yet, like the Concorde, the huge iconic 'Mountbatten-class' hovercraft that once traversed the 22-mile English Channel from England to France carrying hundreds or passengers and cars are no longer with us. So what happened to the giant hovercraft SN-R4? Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/curiousdroid Paypal.me : https://www.paypal.me/curiousdroid Sponsors: Symon Hamer, Florian Hesse, Georgi Dobrev, Douglas Gustafson, Marcus Chiado, Mitchell Payce, Skalgrin, Jorn Karlsen, John Roscoe. This episode’s shirt was the Trip Paisley Surf Retro by Madcap England and is available from http://www.atomretro.com/madcap_england Get 10% discount with the code DROID10 Presented By Paul Shillito Written & Researched by Andy Munzer Additional Material by Paul Shillito Images and Footage : retepbleck, MAD Hovercraft, http://www.hovercraft-museum.org, Griffon Hoverwork, kentishmanvideo Music by Mike Mullen, www.positrosmic.com
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High Tide and Rough Sea at Blackpool.  Storm Abigail part three
 
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High Tide, Blackpool, Lancashire. Nov 2015. High tide at Blackpool.
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Dramatic footage of rescue attempt of a woman who was swept away at sea
 
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This video shows the the conditions Jersey Fire and Rescue and the RNLI faced during the sea search for missing swimmer Joy Godfray on the evening of Saturday, August 20. In the clip, members of the rescue team are seen battling harsh winds and the huge waves that swept away Joy, who had been paddling - and not swimming - before. The grieving mother of a woman swept out to sea has described her death as a freak accident after she slipped in the sand - while PADDLING. Heartbroken Kim Noble, 56, hit back at cruel jibes on social media that Joy Godfray (corr) 'deserved to die' by swimming in the rough seas. The talented musician was killed the day before her 32nd birthday on Green Island Beach in Jersey last Saturday. Her mother spoke out in response to "hurtful" comments on social media and insisted that Joy had only gone paddling up to her ankles with a friend. She was rapidly pulled backwards into the rough sea and despite efforts to save her by her friend and the RNLI she was pronounced dead at hospital.
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British Dredger working near the Dover Strait at Dusk , not in rough seas
 
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The sea was flat calm and this British Dredger was lit up like a Christmas Tree with all her flood lights and signal lights on .
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