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One Way Ticket
A fiction film made by Albany Productions Film Unit in around 1976. A commuter in a rush to get to work misses his train, setting in motion an alternative sequence of events.
Focus on Hoddesdon
Ray Young narrates his film about the town of Hoddesdon - showing shopping precincts, historic buildings, garden centres and outdoor markets.
[Visit to the USA; Saint Lucia]
|Date||1976 - 1978||ID||5370|
This film shows the family on holiday in the USA, travelling to the states of Louisiana, Texas, California and Washington visiting a traditional paddle steamer, the Alamo Mission, Los Angeles Griffin Observatory, Le Bra Tar Pits, Hollywood Walk of Fame, a trip to Disneyland, later visiting several landmarks and monuments in New York City and Washington DC and visiting friends and family in St Lucia.
Would You Believe it?
This amateur film follows two men that start a bar fight over a celebratory toast to a framed picture of a woman on the wall of the public house. The film then time shifts to the 1650's with the cast dressed in costume from the English Civil War (Cavaliers versus Roundheads) having a sword fight in the pub beer garden.
Blanco, Episode Nine
|Date||24 July 1976 [?]||ID||5845|
This colour film shows a visit from a family friend/relative (?) Blanco, with scenes of visits to friends and relatives in the Maidstone area. The film also details a trip to Folkestone, visiting the bandstand and the seafront. Followed by scenes of the Maidstone Carnival and at Leeds Castle, Maidstone.
Sunnymede 1976-77 
This film shows the family and pets at their home 'Sunnymede' in Chobham, Surrey; and attending a Bugatti Owners Club event at Prescott Hill, Gloucestershire.
[Cars on Time Trials, Brighton seafront; Domestic garden]
|Date||[ca.1976 - 1978]||ID||11392|
A short amateur compilation featuring a motor sport event on Madeira Drive, Brighton followed by a family scene showing two young children playing in an inflatable paddling pool in a domestic garden, as a woman fills the pool with water from a plastic bucket.
An amateur film containing scenes of the Butler family on a trip to the seaside.
Three Days Over There
A film detailing a trip over to France and Belgium. Various towns such as Brugge and Desvres are visited. There are several church interiors shown, as well as a WW1 museum with a preserved trench.
This amateur film features the West Sussex Caravan Club rallies of 1977. Gatherings at Storrington, Malvern, Hayling Island, Lower Beeding and Lyminster are captured. Members are seen on site, at the flagpole, and taking part in more informal activities off site. The film is accompanied by a music soundtrack and includes intertitles.
Look at Me
This amateur highly elaborate colour spy film opens with archive or commercial war material telling the story of a British agent that has been sent to collect information from a Russian science specialist Yuri Bolenkoff to trade for safe passage in the UK. Unfortunately others are after the information or want to seek revenge for past meetings. This film has opening titles and credits with music.
Jess of the Seven Hills
An amateur travelogue film visitng the South Coast of Devon, including Torquay, Brixham; Bovey Tracey; Teignmouth; along with Meadfoot beach, Cockington Village in Torquay and the seafront at Torbay.
[Horse Riding; Outings]
This film shows a family group taking a horse riding lesson; views of a camp site; visiting a castle in ruins; bottle feeding some goats; two swans on a pond; ducks feeding on a pond and children feeding the birds; closing with shots of a fountain on a pond.
[Snow in Balcombe; Slugwash Lane; Autumn Leaves]
This film shows a group leaving a house on Jobes Street, Bacombe in the snow. The second part shows rural roads and countryside, filmed from inside a moving car, capturing the landscape in the autumn.
The Cambridge Caper [Spring Bank Holiday]
An edited and titled travelogue film of a group trip to Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, showing scenes at Burghley House (Stamford, Lincolnshire), Ely Cathedral and views of Ely Town (Cambridgeshire). The film also includes views of the historical sights of Cambridge - the University, Punting on the River Cam, Tennyson Statue in Trinity College Chapel, and the Holy Sepulchre church. The film ends with a car journey and scenes at a residential house.
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