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[Family on Holiday: Lake View; Etc]
This film contains brief snippets from holidays, day trips and notable events captured by Mr Dudkin. They include several holidays, trips to the horse races and a carnival parade.
[Hoildays and a trip to the races]
A film containing a compliation of scenes. These include a holiday to France, a visit to the horse races, country walks and scenes on board a cruise ship.
[Family Compilation: African Scenes; Paris Visit; Winter Scenes; Travel Scenes]
Comprising nine reels of film, this footage begins with a trip by businessman Joseph Horowitz to Johannesburg, South Africa. Travel by ship follows, before scenes of Paris, a canal journey, and portraits of friends in a London street. More footage documents travel through the Alps, a Polish mountain town in winter and Indian street life, before shots of an imposing modern church in a Francophone town.
A film by architect Joseph Emberton of his travels to three European architectural exhibitions; the first in pre-war Dusseldorf, the second in Paris and the third, at the Empire Exhibition in Glasgow.
Amateur film-makers capture images of Paris's iconic buildings and streets during their holiday to Paris in the 1930s. Footage includes views of the city from the top of the Eiffel Tower, and exterior shots Notre Dame and Sacre-Coeur.
Dinard and Paris Exhibition
This colour and black and white film shows a family holiday to France, visiting Dinard, St Malo and Le Mont Saint-Michel. The second film shows highlights of the International Exposition dedicated to Art and Technology in Modern Life with the German and Soviet Union Pavilions adjacent to the Eiffel Tower along with gardens and street scenes and several Parisian landmarks.
[Reg’s Wedding Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes images of two weddings - one a church wedding, the other at a registry office. There is also footage of a holiday to France, cars being loaded and unloaded from aeroplanes, an amateur cricket match, picnics, and the film-maker's children.
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||5682|
The film shows the Dickins family from Surrey on two separate trips to France. The film contains some shots of the landscape, beach and street scenes.
This film shows a family leaving to go on holiday to France, Switzerland and Italy by car and train.
[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.
[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.
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.
[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.
Chichester District Girl Guides: Guides in Holland and Paris
These two films made by Mr and Mrs Hammond document the Chichester District Girl Guides visits to Holland and Paris in the 1960s.
Land of Exile [Fundraising Film about Spanish Refugees]
A documentary made for Spanish Refugee Aid Inc., employing still photographs, film footage and intertitles, to tell the stories of Spanish refugees living in France in the 1960s.
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