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George V Silver Jubilee Procession in London
This black and white and Dufaycolor film shows scenes of HM The King, George V's Silver Jubilee Procession in London. The film opens in black and white with views of London and the official procession programme details; followed by views of the procession route taken from an upstairs window and both black and white and colour footage of the procession and marching bands. Dufaycolor was an early film system that employed a matrix of red, green and blue to produce colour on film. This matrix pattern is clearly in evidence in the online clips.
[Jubilee Day; Epsom Derby; Ladycross Sports]
|Date||6 May; June 1935||ID||10150|
A black and white film depicting HM King George V Jubilee day procession in London, accompanied by scenes of the derby at Epsom and a children's school sports day.
The Funeral of King George V; The Coronation of King George VI
|Date||28 January 1936; 12 May 1937||ID||1551|
Film by Joseph Emberton of the funeral of HM King George V showing scenes of the crowds on the streets and the funeral procession. This is followed by film of the coronation of HM George VI, also showing the crowds watching from buildings and lining the streets, and the procession.
[Miscellaneous Family Scenes]
Family scenes filmed by Mr. Rudd include a view of the 1937 Cronation parade in colour, scenes in Scotland and further colour footage of a European holiday and cruise through Germany and Denmark.
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.
[Coronation of HM The King George VI,1937]
|Date||12 May 1937||ID||3086|
Huge crowds line the streets of London, watching as a parade of armed forces from across the Empire and of numerous VIPs leads the Golden Coach carrying HM King George VI on his Coronation Day.
[Pilot Jack Martin]
|Date||[1937 - 1945?]||ID||3448|
An amateur/family film made just before and during the Second World War. The film features sea planes and military bands at Buckingham Palace as well as various scenes of war-time family life and the Sadler's family business.
[King George VI Coronation Celebrations at Rottingdean]
|Date||12 May 1937; 20 May 1937||ID||8594|
This film by amateur film-maker Francis Williams records celebrations marking the coronation of King George VI. The first section contains street scenes of Rottingdean during Coronation week. The second section shows some of the ships that took part in the Coronation Naval Fleet Review at Portsmouth. These include the German battleship 'Graf Spee' and the Royal Yacht 'HMY Victoria and Albert III'.
[King George VI Coronation and May Day Demonstration]
This black and white intertitled film shows the Coronation celebrations for King George VI at St Paul's Cathedral. This is followed by a tour of Central London in a car which includes views of a May Day Socialist demonstration march at Hyde Park. This film concludes with a family group watching the coronation procession from a building on The Strand.
|Date||12 May 1937||ID||10041|
This black and white and colour edited film opens with a Movietone News film with added edited family footage of mixed military bands parading with the Royal Gold Coach along Oxford Street. The film-maker has also added views of Buckingham Palace, the Canada Gates and the Victoria Memorial to the second part of the film. The film ends with a British Movietone News end slate. [The Movietone news film is not included in the online clip]
Canterbury 1937 Part 3
|Date||2 July 1937 - 14 July 1937||ID||11572|
Part 3 of a newsreel made by Sydney Bligh showing the key occasions and ceremonies in Canterbury and the surrounding area during July 1937. The film includes Presentation of Colours to the Kent Branch of the British Red Cross, Conservative Garden Meeting, Pageant in Deanery Garden, Roman Catholic Pilgrimage to Canterbury, Opening of the new Hospital and a visit to the Kent County Agricultural Show (only clip of the Show online).
[Cawley Road Scenes; Garden]
Film of a royal visit by HM Elizabeth, Queen Consort of the United Kingdom, followed by various family scenes and portraits taken at the family home and garden, filmed by Ernest Shippam in the late 1930s.
Royal Thanksgiving and Royal Silver Wedding
An amateur film recording two national celebrations: National Day of Thanksgiving in London on Sunday 13th May 1945 and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth's Silver Wedding parade and celebrations in 1948.
[Farming; Wedding; Child in Garden; Visit to London]
|Date||1946 - 1953||ID||389|
Home movie footage filmed by Kenneth Woolsey during the years of his marriage to Constance after the war, during visits to friends who ran a farm in West Sussex and of his son playing in the garden at their home in Shirley, near Croydon in Surrey, in the 1950s.
[Brabourne Family Celebrations; Christening]
|Date||[1946?]; [1947?]; [26 June 1950?]||ID||5757|
Scenes filmed after the christenings of the eldest two children of The Honourable Patricia Mountbatten and John Ulick Knatchbull, 7th Baron of Brabourne, in 1947 and 1950. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip are seen in attendance. The film also includes home movie footage, taken by the film-maker Victor Don, family doctor to the Knatchbulls.
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