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[Air Show; Military Parade]
Scenes at the Hendon Royal Air Force Display June 1934 show various aircraft in flight, filmed from the crowd. At a separate event and location a marching band followed by marching army cadets (?) are seen parading on a sports field. The spectators are seated for tea outdoors. A boy in military uniform is seen with his father and mother (?).
[Bognor; Derby; Wedding; Hendon]
|Date||28 June 1930; 3 June 1931||ID||10144|
This black and white film consists of four parts: a young mother and child swimming and playing on the beach at Bognor; scenes of horse racing at the Epsom Derby; family scenes and a wedding; and views from the Hendon Air Display. The extensive Derby and Hendon sections make up the majority of this film.
[Mr and Mrs Corder Wedding]
This colour film features Mr Geoffrey Corder and his wife-to-be at their wedding. It was recorded on early experimental Kodachrome film. The wedding party gather at the entrance to the church in Hendon (?) before and after the ceremony. The newlyweds then leave in a car.
[Mr and Mrs Corder Wedding and Honeymoon]
The first part of this film shows the wedding or Mr Geoffrey Corder and his wife-to-be. The second part shows the couple on their Honeymoon in Devon or Cornwall (?), including seaside and village views. The couple visit a Butcher and go on a picnic, possibly in St. Ives (?).
[King George V Silver Jubilee]
This amateur, intertitled, film shows scenes from a tour, for the Silver Jubilee celebrations, in honour of King George V in 1935 between London and Harrow (?), following the completion of the church service in St Paul's Cathedral.
[Spithead Naval Review; Air Display at Hendon]
|Date||20 May - 26 June 1937||ID||1422|
Battleships and cruisers at the Coronation Fleet Review of 1937, during which the HMS Victoria & Albert III is seen, open the film, shot by H A Voss, an amateur film-maker. Biplane and Bristol Blenheim fighter planes take part in the air display at Hendon, staged and filmed in the same year.
Julia and Park
This tinted colour and black and white film shows everyday life for the Corder family, opening with the children playing in the garden, on a day out to a park and on a family picnic in the countryside.
Camera Mag No. 2 Edition
Film by the Eltham Cine Society, recording various events and activities in 1939. The film includes the making of a cricket bat, scenes at Castlewood and St. James's parks, the use of vinyl LP sound recording equipment, and government ministers visiting RAF Hendon and Biggin Hill.
This film features Julia Corder and a young boy enjoying a day out in a park, followed by portrait shots of a young boy; a baby asleep in a pram or cot; a tabby cat sunbathing in a garden and a nurse, midwife or nanny (?) posing for the camera. Colour material of baby in cot also on TID 9793.
Christopher in Cot
|Date||[ca. 1939 - 1940?]||ID||9793|
This short colour film shows baby Christopher in his pram, followed by Mrs Corder and her daughter Julia playing in a garden. The toddler Julia plays on a tricycle and runs around smelling the flowers. The second part features a selection of close-ups of the flowers in the garden and Julia playing with the baby in his pram.
|Date||[ca. 1940 - 1942]||ID||9796|
This black and white film shows the Corder family on a day out to a park. The children - Julia and Chris are seen along the route to the park and walking through the gates. Individual shots show Chris in his pram, Julia and Mrs Corder. The second film features the family playing individually in their garden (?). Julia rides on a tricycle and plays with her dolls, whilst the laundry hangs above her head on the washing line.
[Eastbourne: Parks and Gardens]
|Date||[ca. 1940 - 1964]||ID||9801|
This mix of colour and black and white film featuring children (Julia and Chris Corder) playing in a park, in the river Cuckmere (?) and the family playing in a garden. Mrs Corder tries not to be filmed. The second part is of the children (now much older) playing in a park, followed by shots of young children playing in different gardens.
Julia and Christopher
This very short film features four children seen in portrait, pulling faces and pretending to box at the camera.
This very short film shot on black and white 'Kodak (Eastman) Super-X Panchromatic reversal stock' (?) features the Corder family on a day out in the local park. The children play together on the grass and the adults join them carrying tennis rackets and pushing bicycles.
|Date||[ca.1945 - 1957?]||ID||9795|
This colour film shows the Corder family in a garden playing with a large ginger pet cat (named Wiky Woky). The cat is being held by members of the family and does not seem too happy. Individual portrait shots of the group follow including a young boy, Mr Corder is shown lighting and smoking a cigarette, Julia Corder as a teenager (?) holds the cat. (Similiar to TID: 9821)
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