Detail

Title ID 6225Collection ID868
Title[Cornwall]
Date[ca. 1930s]
CollectionRosenberg Films
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionActuality/Factual
ThemeSeaside Case Study Jewish Stories
KeywordsBeaches Gardening Seaside Resorts Sport
Location
LocalNewquay Perranporth
RegionalCornwall
NationalUnited Kingdom England
Credits
ProductionLewis Rosenberg
CameraLewis Rosenberg
Format9.5mm Black & White Silent
Duration10 min. 20 sec.
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

A group of friends enjoy a holiday around Newquay, Cornwall, playing games, tennis and horse-riding.

Description

Lewis Rosenberg's holiday film starts with his friends working in a garden before they begin to lark about and play-fight. The men are seen walking through a stream and later in a larger group of men and women, making their way to Perranporth Beach for a picnic. The film moves to Newquay where Harry Rochlin and Lewis sit at an outdoor cafe with friends at Ponsmere Pleaseure Gardens before a game of tennis. Newquay's Towan Beach, and its cliff suspension footbridge, is seen before Lewis and Harry are amongst a small group riding horses along a rural lane.

Stills

A still from [Cornwall] (1930s)