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I would like to advise everyone that may be interested ? That we have started a new video channel ` Aikido Ellis Video Channel`
@ http://aikidoellisvido.magnify.net/ I have added several old films including my treasured 40 min Judo film of my Teacher Kenshiro Abbe Sensei from 1957. M Nakazono from 1963. Tadashi Abe 1952. M Noro 1963. and others such as the great " Kenshiro Abbe 50th Celebrations 2005" and the " Masahilo Nakazono Memorial Tribute 2007.
Try this link. (http://aikidoellisvideo.magnify.net/)
The one above had speeling erurs.
Thanks for pointing out the dyslexic link.:o
This should do it
Two good things: These are pretty unusual videos and they are full length. Great fun to watch!
New video added from 1963. Aikido demonstration USAF Air Base West Drayton - USAF European Judo Championships...Aikido with Henry Ellis - Derek Eastman - Mad Geoff Goodwin ( no hakama )Look for the flash of the knife, they did not call him ` Mad Geoff ` for nothing.. This film is not speeded up, note how the Judoka are walking past normally. At this time this is the earliest known Aikido film in the UK. Apologies for the poor quality.
Thanks for sharing. :bow:
Very nice videos.
I have just added some video excerpts of the " TK Chiba Shihan 40th Celebration " London 2006. This event was held by the British BiranKai to celebrate the period from 1966 to 2006 that TK Chiba Shihan has taught in the UK. This is the firts time this video has been published, enjoy.
Aikido Ellis Video Channel
No matter your pretence you are what you are and nothing more...Kenshiro Abbe Sensei 1915 - 1985
Latest addition !!
About the video: In the year 2000 the British Aikido Board colluded with a Mr Jack Poole to corrupt the true history of British Aikido from its inception in 1955 by Kenshiro Abbe Sensei. The BAB refused to view this film or the photos available of Mr Poole as a beginner in 1968 and presented Mr Poole with a tarnished Bronze Statue to celebrate his fraudulent claims. The BAB have since apologised for the devious part they played in this saga. On the other hand Mr Poole has unashamedly never apologised for his part. Mr Poole was an immediate beginner in 1968 yet claimed he started Aikido with Tadashi Abe Sensei in 1952 ~ Received 1st dan in ShotoKan Karate 16 years before it was even introduced to the UK. ~ Represented the British Judo Council in international competition in 1955 !! The BJC was not founded until 1958 and did not enter international competition until the late 1960's. ~ Trained in Kendo with Tomio Otani many years before Tomio started Kendo, in fact Tomio was then a young schoolboy - Claimed he was 3rd dan Judo with Matsutaro Otani Sensei in the 1950s -- Robin Otani Sensei states " I have all my fathers old records on a computer disc and there is no record of a Mr Jack Poole. "..Read the full " Jack Poole Biography " on http://www.geocities.com/britishaikido
I am pleased to advise everyone that the new Aikido Video Channel http://www.aikidoellisvideo.magnify.net
Has aquired 2 rare films of the legendary Budo Master Kenshiro Abbe Sensei circa 1956 courtsey of Bu-sen Milano Italy.....
Another very rare film courtsey of Bu-sen Milano circa 1956..... " Excellent and are old film " Gerry Gyngell a member of K Abbe Sensei's 1964 Olympic Squad........
Gyngel Sensei describes these two films as - A thorough demonstration of Judo from Basic Ukemi techniques. Basic stance and movement. Correct throwing and counter throwing with a wide variety of techniques also including practice methods. All of these also illustrate the Kyu-SWhin-Do method. This is a great opportunity for Judoka students who were never privileged enough to study with Abbe Sensei this a rare chance learn.
Thank you all at Budoseek for your site visits and support.
I have just added an excellent piece of film from 1960 of OSensei Ueshiba and his uke TK Chiba Sensei. The quality of this film is very good.
I have also added a short film by " British Pathe News " 1937 - of a Self-Defence demonstration. The most interesting part of this film is a rare glimpse
of Yukio Tani Sensei sitting next to the stage.
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