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Holiday News of Bracklesham
This black and white and colour edited film shows the Hinchliff family going on holiday to Bracklesham Bay. The process of leaving home and getting to their holiday accommodation is shown, along with their holiday activities. The film has short intertitles throughout.
More Bracklesham Doings 1938
This amateur film compilation features several short colour and black and white edited films with intertitles. Several of the films are humorous with a slapstick style fictitious narrative, whilst others show family activities including a visit to a fairground, a day out on a boating lake and a family picnic in Cowdray Park.
This series of amateur films shows several constructed narratives based on Hinchliff family life, including the mother learning how to drive, eating a banana played backwards and two stop frame animated films.
[Compilation Edit: Child Growing]
This colour and black and white film includes scenes of a girl as she is growing from a baby to a young girl aged approximately 10 years old. There are also scenes of the child on holiday with her family.
[Horse Riding on the Beach; Family in Garden]
This black and white film shows the family enjoying a day out on the beach horse riding and playing in rock pools. The family are also seen playing in the garden in Bracklesham (?) and singing songs.
[Petworth Junior School; vintage car rally]
A home movie featuring the Greenshields family at home in Bognor Regis, at a school sports day, on day trips and on holiday in Dorset. The children are seen playing in the garden, taking part in the sports day and enjoying a holiday in Lyme Regis where they go on a boat trip to catch fish.
[Park; Stool Ball Club; County Show]
This home movie features the Greenshields family at home and on outings in West Sussex. The film opens at Petworth House, where the family collect mushrooms in the grounds; at home the children play with toys in the garden; they visit a County Fair and enjoy time on the beach at Bracklesham Bay.
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