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A film showing a man walking down a rural lane smoking a cigarette, cutting to a shot of two men and a woman in portrait eating a banana in the countryside.
Arundel [Swanbourne Lake]
This short intertitled film begins shots of busy traffic on a street in Arundel in the 1920s. Several motorbikes and cars pass by. The film then shows people feeding swans and peacocks on Swanbourne Lake. The image is somewhat muddy and dark.
[Family Scenes; Holidays; At Stonelands]
|Date||[1927 - 1930?]||ID||726|
Rudd family scenes from the late 1920s and early 1930s, filmed by Mr. and Mrs. Rudd in their garden at Stonelands in Bramley and while on holidays to Brighton, Arundel, Scotland and Cornwall [?] to visit friends and relatives.
Thomas Atkins puts Best Foot Forward; 12th Infantry Brigade, on 100-mile Economy March from Dover, completes last stage at Arundel
|Date||31 August 1933||ID||3054|
This newsreel records the 12th Infantry Brigade nearing the end of its economy march from Dover to Arundel. The film includes numerous aerial shots of the Brigade marching along seafront roads, as well as street-level images of it marching through town streets lined with spectators. The country's flagging economy in the early 1930s led to the governent imposing an Economy regime on the army.
[The Trooping of The Colour By The 1st Battalion]
On 3rd September 1933 the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment are filmed Trooping The Colour on the cricket field in Arundel, watched by large crowds. Meanwhile, one of the Regiment's other battalions marches in shorts and pith helmets on a parade ground in Asia.
[Domestic Garden; Trooping the Colour; Arundel Park]
This short amateur silent film features military parades in London, including Trooping the Colour and scenes of Wildlife at Arundel Park; a man in a garden is seen briefly at the end.
[Arundel; Shoreham; Southsea; Isle of Wight]
This colour and black and white film show views of Arundel village and castle. Internal shots of the castle and grounds are shown in detail. The film then shows a miniature railway in Southsea, and paddle steamers on the Isle of Wight followed by a tour around the coast of the Isle of Wight, including Sandown and Shanklin piers, The Needles and lighthouse.
Family Favourites. A “Moving” Record of Family Events Through The Years; Scrapbook For 1948; News Review 1949
|Date||1947 - 1949||ID||3118|
Three home movie compilations made by a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society which include footage of family gatherings, outings and holidays.
A professionally-made film in which BBC Sports commentator Raymond Glendenning tours Sussex on a Penny Farthing bicycle, stopping at places of local interest including Arundel Castle, the beach at Littlehampton and the racecourses at Fontwell Park and Goodwood. The film has an accompanying music and commentary soundtrack.
Scrapbook: A cine magazine for farmers - Number 2
|Date||1950 - 1951||ID||2187|
One of a series of cinemagazine films about farm technology, sponsored by Shell and BP. This issue contains a compilation farming stories and scenes including visits to Arundel Castle, items on silage farming, sheep transportation, farming on steep land, a tractor from 1919, a livestock and agricultural show in Dublin.
A compilation of scenes from around the South East of England captured by a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers during the 1950s. The film shows a variety of events, people and places, including members of the Royal Family and the Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, at his Sussex home. This silent film includes intertitles throughout.
Do You Know Your Sussex
This film takes the viewer on a brief tour of Sussex towns, villages and places of interest, inviting us to guess the identity of each location as it appears in the film. The answer is revealed with an inter title after each place featured. The film was made by Mr Phil Ellis, a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
News Parade: Arundel. Sussex Regiment Honoured
|Date||29 April 1954||ID||3059|
HRH Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother presents new Colours to the 1st Battalion of the Sussex Regiment in this newsreel. Vast crowds watch as she presents the Colours, and takes the salute in Arundel Park The Battalion later marches with bayonets fixed through the streets of Arundel, joined by veterans of the First World War.
Filming in Sussex
Scenes filmed by R. C. Johnson and his son R. W. Johnson in and around Chichester and Arundel in 1955, on the shoreline and sailing at Dell Quay [?], at a Gala Day in Chichester, aftermath of a helicopter crash, in the family garden and Old Steine gardens in Brighton, visiting the headland at Beachy Head with the SS Germania grounded off the coast, closing with scenes of a wedding party outside a church.
Sussex May 1956
This film is a compilation of scenes from outings in Sussex and Kent during May 1956. Inter titles indicate the various locations visited. A woman, often wearing red and walking with a black dog is seen in most of the shots.
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