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[Trip to the USA, Bangkok and France; Kenwood Company Event]
|Date||[ca. 1953 ?]; [ca. 1959 ?]||ID||5442|
This colour and black and white film shows a series of work and holiday films captured by Ken Wood, including: a business trip aboard the Queen Mary to New York; a short visit to San Francisco; a series of flights and tours to Niagara Falls; Bangkok and Paris. They return to the UK for a promotional event for 'The Kenwood Chef' with staff and company vehicles.
Midsummer Day: A Children’s Fantasy
|Date||[ca. mid 1950s]||ID||3912|
This amateur fictional film is about a young boy and girl who take their dog for a walk in the countryside where they encounter a number of mystical creatures. As they walk through a field the dog injures its paw. Unsure what to do, the children are approached by an Elf and a Sprite who take them to see the Pan who heals the dog's paw.
Their Californian Cousin
An amateur fiction film in which a teenage American girl, on a visit to her British relatives, finds it hard to adapt to life on their West Sussex farm. The film-maker was a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
[Holiday to Spain and France]
This colour family holiday film shows highlights of a trip to the Hotel Agiua-Blava and Sevile in Spain, with shots of several beaches and a trip to a bullring to watch a bullfight. The second part of the film shows the family on a trip to Paris visiting several landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, to capture views of the city.
[Children from Ockenden Venture [?]: Sports at St. Moritz; Cricket Match]
Scenes filmed at a beach, sports day, skiing holiday and cricket match in 1958.
[Exhibition in Brussels; Ploegsteert War Memorial; Trip to Holland; Folkestone Scenes; Wedding]
An amateur silent film featuring various outings including scenes from a visit to 'Expo 58' and Ploegsteert War Memorial.
[Beaulieu-Sur-Mer and Surroundings]
This edited colour travelogue made with commentary and music, documents a family trip to Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Laghet and Eze in France and Monte Carlo in Monaco. The film features Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco at the christening of their second child.
The Belle of Kent
|Date||28 July 1959||ID||1045|
A seaside publicity film advertising the attractions of the Kent resort of Margate. Narrated by Kenneth Macleod, the film promotes the seaside facilities and suggests a variety excursions that can be taken from there.
Our Holiday Abroad
A group of young people on a camping holiday in Dieppe(?) in France. The group are seen pitching their tents, fetching supplies, taking trips in a rickety van, playing games and visiting city centres including Rouen and Paris.
1: Riviera; 2: [Easter Parade Hyde Park]
Two films from the Gowlland family. The first shows Mr and Mrs Gowlland on holiday on the Riviera. They travel by BEA plane to Nice and stay in Monte Carlo where they film the main sights in the town and surrounding area and the local Citron festival and carnival. The second film has scenes of an Easter parade in Hyde Park showing crowds and the passing carriages.
Universal Uncle no. 6 [Refugee Camps] [History of Writing?]
|Date||[1959 - 1960?]||ID||7059|
A reporter from Southern Television follows Peter Woodeye on a trip through refugee camps in Germany from Jersey to Lyubech. Included is footage of refugees and their housing, existing and under construction, in World Refugee Year (1959-1960).
A family holiday in Northern France. They travel in their own car using the Silver City Car Air Ferry. Once there, they visit local towns and beaches, including Arromanches.
Family Album 1961 - 1965
|Date||1961 - 1965||ID||362|
Footage of a family at home and on outings over the year. Includes scenes by the sea during summer and sledging in winter. There is also footage of a school sports day.
[France and Italy]
A film of a family holiday to France and Italy. As well as playing on beaches, the family visit a variety of historical monuments such as the Colosseum.
[Wedding Scenes; Combe Haven; France]
This film combines wedding scenes at the ceremony of two friends of the family in April 1961 with Dickins family holidays to Coombe Haven and France later the same year.
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