February 5, 2015
In the Archives of RTE, the epic of the O'Kalems
Found on the Internet an audio archive of RTE, Irish public broadcasting. This is a report by Proinsias Ó Conluain (Francis Conlon), journalist known for his columns in the Irish language , died in 2013 at the age of 94 years. He is also the author of articles published by Sight and Sound on the history of Irish cinema. He devoted one to Sidney Olcott " Ireland's First Films " in the October- December 1953 .
On this band we can hear Annie O'Sullivan's voice, little girl she was the witness of Olcott's arrival in Beaufort during summer 1911. Her father's, Patrick, owned the hotel where the O'Kalems stayed each summer until 1914.
We can hear another voice, those of Robert Vignola , interviewed by RTE in 1953 and part of which can be heard here.
Sorry for my English
The O'Kalems in Ireland
In Olcott's footsteps in Ireland
Robert Vignola tells the circumstances of Olcott's death
On the trail of Olcott in Egypt and Palestine
Henderson-Bland, Olcott's Christ is not who one thinks
One day, Sidney Olcott wanted to become an American
Philly, le domestique d'Olcott disparaît en Egypte. Assassiné ?
Finally, Sidney Olcott's grave is in Toronto ! I saw its still
Gene Gauntier is the stepsister of one of the richest men
Happy Birthday, Miss Valentine Grant
Un meurtre dans l'immeuble d'Olcott