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Person: COPPING, Harold  (1863-1932)

Slides (arranged in sets) in whose production this person had a role

Copping's 'Scenes in the life of Our Lord' (religious: Newton & Co., 51 slides, in/before 1912)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 33, The Ascension -- Luke xxiv. 51

  creator of source image(s): Slide 51, The Head of the Saviour

  creator of source image(s): Slide 78, The Hope of the World (Our Lord and Children of every land)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 79, The Divine Healer

A Christmas carol (story: Newton & Co., 60 slides, in/before 1925)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Portrait of Scrooge

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, 'A Merry Christmas Uncle!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The Clerk in the tank involuntarily applauded

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, 'You wish to be anonymous?'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The singer fled in terror

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, 'It's not convenient,' said Scrooge, 'and it's not fair'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Not a knocker, but Marley's face!

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Up Mr Scrooge went, not caring a button for that

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, 'I know him, Marley's Ghost!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, But the Ghost sat down on the other side of the fire-place as if he were quite used to it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Scrooge on his knees before Marley's Ghost

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, The air was filled with phantoms wandering hither and thither

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, The clock struck twelve

  creator of source image(s): Slide 14, The curtains of his bed were drawn aside

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, 'Bear but the touch of my hand There,' said the Spirit

  creator of source image(s): Slide 16, At one of these a lonely boy was reading near a feeble fire

  creator of source image(s): Slide 17, Little Fan

  creator of source image(s): Slide 18, 'Why, it's old Fezziwig'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 19, You wouldn't believe how those two fellows went at it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 20, The fiddler struck up 'Sir Roger de Coverley'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 21, People who would not be trifled with; who would dance and had no notion of walking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 22, 'I have seen your nobler aspirations fall off one by one, until the master passion, Gain, engrosses you'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 23, 'I saw an old friend of yours this afternoon'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 24, He seized the extinguisher cap and by a sudden action pressed it down upon the Spirit's head

  creator of source image(s): Slide 25, Scrooge got up softly and shuffled in his slippers to the door

  creator of source image(s): Slide 26, 'Come in and know me better, man!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 27, Carrying their dinners to the bakers' shops

  creator of source image(s): Slide 28, Mrs Cratchitt laid the cloth, assisted by Belinda

  creator of source image(s): Slide 29, Master Peter Cratchitt plunged a fork into the saucepan

  creator of source image(s): Slide 30, 'Why, bless your heart alive my dear, how late you are!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 31, He had been Tim's blood horse all the way from church and had come home rampant

  creator of source image(s): Slide 32, That he might hear the pudding singing in the copper

  creator of source image(s): Slide 33, Master Peter and the two ubiquitous young Cratchitts went to fetch the goose, with which they soon returned in high procession

  creator of source image(s): Slide 34, There was a breathless pause as Mrs Cratchitt prepared to plunge the carving knife into the goose

  creator of source image(s): Slide 35, Mrs Cratchitt entered, flushed, but smiling proudly

  creator of source image(s): Slide 36, Bob held his withered little hand in his, as if he loved the child and wishes to keep him by his side, and dreaded that he might be taken from him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 37, At which Peter pulled up his collars so high

  creator of source image(s): Slide 38, They wished each other 'Merry Christmas'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 39, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 40, 'Ha, ha!' laughed Scrooge's nephew, 'Ha, ha, ha'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 41, 'He said that Christmas was a humbug, as I live!' cried Scrooge's nephew. 'He believed it too'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 42, I believe he had eyes in his boots. The way he went after that plump sister in the lace tucker was an outrage on the credulity of human nature

  creator of source image(s): Slide 43, 'It's your uncle Scro-o-o-oge!!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 44, When the Spirit came near him, Scrooge bent down upon his knee

  creator of source image(s): Slide 45, 'Why, what was the matter with him? I thought he'd never die'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 46, A gray-haired rascal smoked his pipe in all the luxury of calm retirement

  creator of source image(s): Slide 47, 'If he wanted to keep 'em after he was dead, a wicked old screw, why wasn't he natural in his lifetime'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 48, 'He is past relenting,' said her husband. 'He is dead'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 49, 'The colour hurts my eyes,' she said

  creator of source image(s): Slide 50, Then the two young Cratchitts got upon his knees and laid, each child, a little cheek against his face

  creator of source image(s): Slide 51, Scrooge hastened to the window of his office and looked in

  creator of source image(s): Slide 52, 'I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 53, Portrait of Scrooge -- later

  creator of source image(s): Slide 54, 'To-day!' cried the boy, 'Why, Christmas Day'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 55, Here's the Turkey! It was a turkey!

  creator of source image(s): Slide 56, He dressed himself all in his best

  creator of source image(s): Slide 57, He had never dreamed that any walk -- that anything -- could give him so much happiness

  creator of source image(s): Slide 58, 'It's I. Your Uncle Scrooge. I have come to dinner. Will you let me in Fred?'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 59, 'A Merry Christmas Bob!' said Scrooge

  creator of source image(s): Slide 60, God Bless Us Every One

Miscellaneous sacred subjects (lecture: Newton & Co., 344 slides, in/before 1912)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 270, Christ the Comforter (Copping)

Copping's 'Scenes in the life of Our Lord' (religious: Newton & Co., 51 slides, in/before 1912)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 33, The Ascension -- Luke xxiv. 51

  creator of source image(s): Slide 51, The Head of the Saviour

  creator of source image(s): Slide 78, The Hope of the World (Our Lord and Children of every land)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 79, The Divine Healer

The sevenfold choir, or Earth's many voices: the voice of the Apostles (religious: Newton & Co., 43 slides, 1908-1912)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, Call of Andrew and Peter (Copping)

Lucerna ID 6002509

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 June 2009

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