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Herne Hill Cricket Club, Kent Tour
This amateur film captures the Herne Hill Cricket Club as it tours Kent competing against other cricket teams during the summer of 1931. Matches are played at Folkestone, Dover, Chatham House School at Ramsgate, and Tenterden; intertitles show the score at each of the venues.
Herne Hill Cricket Kent Tour, June 1932
This film shows Herne Hill Cricket Club on tour, playing matches against a number of Kent clubs including Folkestone, Rye, Dover, and Chatham. The players are seen on and off the field, socialising between matches.
[Christmas 1932; Summer 1933; Xmas 1933; April 1934; August 1934]
|Date||December 1932; December 1933; April 1934, August 1934||ID||2636|
This silent home movie from the 1930s features a young woman from the Ford Family. She appears throughout the film at home and at various other locations, sometimes with an older man, presumably her father.
[Work on the River Thames Bridges; Reconstruction of Waterloo Bridge]
Waterloo bridge is seen under construction . A sign reads: 'London County Council, reconstruction of Waterloo Bridge'. There are scenes of buses and traffic, cranes and construction workers. Cargo boats pass on the river. Tram number '33' with a 'Guinness for Strength' advertisement passes by. Stone masonry work is carried out. A sign reads: 'We've Got to be Prepared'.
[In town; on the river; cathedral]
This short amateur film includes scenes from Boston and Lincoln, Lincolnshire. St. Botolph's Church in Boston and Lincoln Cathedral are seen, as well as other views of the towns, including buildings and rivers.
Britain in Colour
This well-made amateur film features scenes of people and places in the south east of England and further afield. Rural scenes and traditional farming practices are recorded in and around Reculver, Kent in the first part of the film. The second part features comparatively busier scenes from the market town of Richmond and coastal towns and villages on the North Yorkshire coast.
Old Collegians Devon Tour
The Old Collegians Cricket Club's 1938 tour of Devon as captured by one of the players, A E Ford. Giving match statistics throughout. The film shows match scenes along with capturing the spectators and team members watching or relaxing between games.
Cricket Scenes; Don Bradman [part 1]
Australian Cricketer Don Bradman appears in this short film being escorted onto the pitch at St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, with police to control the crowds of fans, many of whom are school boys. Bradman is then seen batting until he is bowled out in the match against Kent County Cricket Club.
Cricket Scenes; Don Bradman [part 2]
Starting with scenes of the match, this film shows Australian Cricketer Don Bradman and his team at St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, with police escorting them through the crowds of fans. Scenes filmed from higher up show the crowds lining their route and the spectators watching the match against Kent County Cricket Club.
Old Collegians Versus Lyons CC
The film opens with the message: "In this match the O.C.s mustered rather more supporters than runs". The film shows only the spectators for this unseen cricket match; watching the game from deckchairs on the sidelines. The onlookers include men with pipes, women smiling and chatting and children playing or eating ice-cream.
J. Ford & Sons Ltd. Centenary 1850 - 1950
This corporate film, produced by J. Ford and Sons Ltd. features the centenary celebration outing to Brighton. The workers are seen posing for a photograph outside the company premises in central London and then outside the Metropole Hotel in Brighton. Some of the jobs that the company worked on during 1950 are also featured, as well as employees who had recently died; intertitles provide details of people and places.
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