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The Motor Cycling Club London Lugano Run [Ahearn]
This film shows Mr John Ahearn in his Invicta car [YE 7682] on the the Motor Cycling Club's London to Lugano car run in August 1927 filmed by Harry Weinstein.
The Motor Cycling Club London Lugano Run [H.C.Reigate]
This two-part film shows the Motorcycling Club's London to Lugano car run in August 1927 filmed by H.G. Reigate in his Invicta car (YH 1305); accompanied by his travelling companion and navigator Mr M. Weinstein. The pair travel with a group of drivers in various cars on a journey through Europe.
[Summer Seaside Holiday and Family Scenes]
|Date||March - October 1929||ID||591|
This compilation of home movie material with intertitles was filmed by doctors Thomas and Catherine Violet Burne whilst on leave from their medical posts in Malaya. The doctors film their children enjoying leisure time in England, on the beach, in the countryside and in the garden.
[Family Holiday at the Seaside]
Family scenes in the garden in summer and winter, on a trip to Clacton beach and boat trip. filmed and compiled by Mr. Lambert in the 1930s.
[Liner SS Doric II Passengers on SS Orion; Paving Coastal Road]
This black and white film shows highlights of a 35mm camera and a man wearing headphones; ship: 'Orient Line' and 'Orion London'; woman giving a speech to the press (off camera); passengers disembarking; views of liner. The second film opens with views of an empty road, taken from a moving vehicle
Visits to Southend and Wraxall
A visit to Westcliffe-on-Sea and Southend, from the Duncan Brand Film Collection, showing residential streets, Southend's shopping centre, the resort's mile long pier, and promenaders on the seafront.
Cine Scrapbook 1935
Scenes of the 1935 Jubilee Drive and Royal Procession and family outings to Clacton, Jaywalk and Eastbourne, the first film produced and compiled with intertitles by Mr. Lambert.
[War Time at Mile Oak School; Boys Camp; Family Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1935]; 1937; 1942||ID||239|
A compilation of amateur material shot by the Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School. The film includes footage showing the impact of the Second World War on the school - pupils are filmed building air-raid shelters, as is the aftermath of a bombing raid.
[Camp at Walton; Coronation Parade; School Sports]
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils aboard a paddle steamer, and the Martello campsite at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys are later seen participating in a cross-country run and in various Sports Day events, including tug-of-war, a sack race, and the long jump - the victors are awarded prizes. The inhabitants of Portslade mark Coronation Day, 12th May 1937, with a parade of floats.
[Village Life in Cobham]
A portrait of village life in Cobham in 1944. The film follows villagers as they walk through the quiet streets and lanes, head into shops and pubs and wander past the church and almshouses. The film also features the film maker's children as they walk and ride through the village.
[At the Seaside; Camp; Baby; Toddler]
|Date||[ca. 1950 - 1952]||ID||241|
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils building sand sculptures on the beach at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys enjoy the amusements on the pier, including dodgems and a rollerskating rink, and swim in the sea. The film-maker also films his young grandchild as a baby, and later as a toddler exploring the grounds at the Martello campsite.
[Southend Pier; Garden Scenes; Scotland; Miss Great Britain Competition]
Scenes filmed at Southend Pier, on holiday in Scotland and during a Miss Great Britain competition in Morecambe [?], and of older family members in a garden, by Frank Creasy of Wadhurst East Sussex in the 1950s.
[Sports Day; Essex; Newhaven Harbour; Heathfield; Farnborough Airshow]
A home movie featuring activities of the Murray family in the late 1950s. The family are seen on visits to Essex and Heathfield, East Sussex as well as the Farnborough airshow. They are also seen briefly on the quayside at Newhaven Harbour.
Homes I have Known
Vintage Films present... "Homes I have Known". An autobiographic look at Maurice Puttock's family life and homes that he lived in as a boy in East Sussex, Surrey and Essex, with his family in the South East of England. References are also made to his time spent in central Africa in Lusaka. formally Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) drawing upon family photographs and cine film of the period.
[Boats in Essex]
A panorama of boats in a harbour, followed by footage of the family standing outside a row of timber clad houses posing for portraits. The film returns to coastal scenes across farm land showing a large wetland or estuary [?] with swans and small boats. Further scenes show a farmstead mill, several houses, Alexis jumping in puddles and several family portraits.
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