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[Family Scenes; Brighton; Port Lympne Zoo near Hythe; Holiday in Canada and the USA; Farming Scenes]
|Date||1979 - 1981||ID||4169|
Scenes filmed by Harry Colley between 1979 and 1981 include those of his daughter's birthday party, the Athena B shipwrecked on Brighton beach, holiday, zoo and and airport scenes, and light aircraft taking off at a farm airstrip, where harvesting is taking place.
[Wedding at Grimsby]
This film shows the family attending a wedding at St Helen's Church. The bride and two bridesmaids pose for pictures in the living room of a house, followed by the group making their way to the church by car. At the church the couple stand outside posing for pictures, interior views follow of the reception meal and the couple leaving by car, which has been decorated by friends and family with tape and shaving foam to read: 'Just married'.
A film showing various aspects of Brighton in the early 1980s contrasted with postcard images of the town from an earlier age. The film is silent though may have been intended to be shown with a live commentary.
[Victorian Story at Dover Docks]
A film beginning with a man dressed as a Victorian doctor (?). It then cuts to footage of the operations at Dover Docks, including the hovercraft.
This amateur colour film created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society features a spoken nostalgic comparison of London's busy roads and a still River Thames. The film profiles the Millbank to Lambeth stretch of the River Thames with traffic and local landmarks edited over music.
Would You Like To Take A Walk?
This titled film compilation shows a series of visits to friends and family (Paul and Will Ingwersen ?) followed by a compilation of walks and outings. These include a walk along a canal, a visit to Matfield Village for the village fair with a dog show and Knobbly Knees contest; and a tour of the Kent countryside (North Downs) to visit the the Neolithic tombs of Kit's Coty House and Little Kit's Coty House. The final scenes shows bedding plants in a garden (out of focus).
A comedy fiction film following a group of (stereotyped) residents as they gather at a bus stop in Southwick, which has been placed on a residential road by a cunning man. Produced by Albany Cine Club and featuring The Barnstormers Company, the film's dated sense of humour may be considered offensive [a section has been blurred for online].
[Snow Scenes; Animation]
Tobogganing on the South Downs, and an imaginative toy car animation, filmed by Neville Gillings with his father's camera in the 1980s.
This film shows the Ridgway family and friends gathered on the Aldridge Hill camping and caravan site for the Whitsun holiday. Scenes include shots of the the family siting together for a meal, having afternoon drinks (Pimm's), playing a game of Scrabble and reading in the sunshine.
A for Eyesight
This colour documentary film highlights the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind's five year Indian campaign against Xerophthalmia (blindness caused by malnutrition) in children. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians though out. This film has a voiceover narrative and music soundtrack.
Never Trust a Stranger
This amateur colour drama tells the story of a mother who is late to pick up her daughter from school. A stranger befriends the daughter but is revealed at the end to be a policeman. This film has dubbed sound effects throughout.
Return to Castle Bemrose
An edited and titled film of scenes from various days out in the Home Counties, including Ivinghoe Beacons (Chiltern Hills), Mentmore Towers, Stonor Park (Henley-on-Thames) and Whipsnade Zoo (Dunstable), including tea in the car park.
Man in May
This colour film provides a traditionally British postcard-home style narrative to the Isle of Man TT Races in Douglas, with views of various island attractions, motor vehicles as well as the main races. The film has instrumental commercial music throughout [commercial music has been removed for online use]
Variations on a Theme
This amateur colour spoof docudrama follows a fictitious cine film club through their creation of a film for the Albany Cine Film Competition. After the film goes over budget and is left unfinished, they decide to use the film for the next competition submission, trying out different ideas to complete the film with very little success. This film comprises several mini-films within a film, linked by voice over, music and sound effects and has titles at the start of each 'ending'.
[Double Take; Off Cuts]
Titles, outakes, offcuts, test footage and edits for It Takes a Woman, seemingly called "Double Take" while filming, produced by the Woking Cine Club in 1983 before the club was renamed Woking Film Makers in 1984. It includes footage of club members and children on location, cleaning the car, operating a camera and sound equipment, and standing with the clapperboard.
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