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Scene on Brighton Beach
Visitors to Brighton Beach filmed by either George Albert Smith or Robert Paul from a single fixed position.
On the West Pier
Visitors to the West Pier filmed from a single fixed position by James Williamson in the late 1890s.
[Waves Crashing on the Shore] or [Sea Breaking Against Rocks; or, Waves Breaking on the Sea Shore]
Footage of breakers against ramparts and rocks by Charles Goodwin Norton in 1898.
[Military March] or [Fire Brigade Turn-out in the Country]
The 12th Infantry Brigade march from Dover to Arundel in this film by Charles Goodwin Norton of 1899.
Residents and visitors of Folkstone are filmed during work and leisure time.
Flying the Foam and Fancy Diving
A sequence of stunts is performed by Professor Reddish in 1906 at the West Pier for a crowd of onlookers in this footage by James Williamson.
[Local News Film, Hastings]
This film records people and events in the coastal town of Hastings in 1914.
[Miscellaneous Family Scenes IV]
|Date||[ca. 1930s - 1940s]||ID||710|
A compilation of home movie material, including family outings to the beach, an excursion in an open-top car, and various family scenes in a garden where a young boy playfights with his grandfather (?) and watches female relatives playing on a seesaw. There is also a sequence of rough seas battering the coast and a shot of a tank driving along a road.
[Churchill House; children and family; seaside; Wales; France]
A home movie showing scenes of the Muller-Rowland family relaxing at their family home near Woking and on holiday in South Wales during the 1920s. The film ends with some footage of the Palace of Versailles in France.
[Family Scenes: Garden; Outings; School Sports]
A compilation of family scenes shot in the garden in Ashford, on trips to London and Monte Carlo, and at a school swimming gala and performances on the lawn, filmed by Dr. Victor Don in the 1920s.
[Bognor Day Trippers; Trooping the Colour]
A short film made by members of the Bognor Regis Film Society during the 1920s. The first part shows day-trippers visiting Bognor Regis and the second part features scenes of Trooping the Colour in London.
A compilation showing the seaside at Bognor/ Bognor Regis with two boys running out of the sea; a group of young men playing in the water; the group on the beach; closing with three men walking down a street.
|Date||[ca. 1920s ?]||ID||8171|
This film features shots of a woman wearing trousers emerging from a beach cabin at Bognor Regis, smoking a cigarette and then walking along the beach. She's then seen in shorts. She paddles in the water.
An excursion on the English Riviera
This short professionally made film features the south coast towns of Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne. With the inclusion of intertitles, the film takes the form of a fictional journey made on the Brighton Belle from London to Brighton. Places of interest to the visitor are featured in each town, including the Royal Pavilion, Hastings Castle and Eastbourne Pier.
This is the earliest example of a seaside publicity film in Screen Archive South East’s collection, dating from the mid 1920s. The film promotes Margate as a most fashionable seaside resort. The film is tinted and toned and has intertitles throughout.
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