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[Paddling pool in the garden]
Film by Jim Greenyer of his daughter and her friends, and the pet dog playing in the family garden, with music added. Three girls play in a garden paddling pool. Emma-Jane Greenyer then plays in a sand pit. Emma-Jane, mother Robina and grandmother(?) are then seen together in the garden.
[Family Scenes. Bypass]
A film by Jim Greenyer of his daughter playing outdoors, being pushed on a swing by her parents, and on a woodland walk. Local scenes include views from a car on the A27 Shoreham bypass.
[London to Brighton Vintage Car Rally. At the seaside. Steam Engine Rally]
Film by the Greenyer family of various events including: the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run at Madeira Drive; Mrs Greenyer and her daughter Emma-Jane on the beach in winter and feeding birds on a pond; Mr Greenyer and daughter in their garden in the summer; the family on a beach; Emma-Jane with other children on a picnic and playing on a swing.
A compilation of five promotional films, advocating Albany Productions Film Unit. Join now!
A record of a typical family Christmas made by an amateur cine enthusiast. The film has an accompanying music soundtrack.
One in a large collection of family films from the Greenyer family of West Sussex. This film contains a variety of content that includes family scenes and community activities, which span several months including Christmas - they are accompanied by a music soundtrack.
Take to the Sky
A short documentary about the perils and joys of model helicopter flying, made by Albany Productions Film Unit, with narration, in the 1970s.
[Family scenes at Christmas]
An amateur film-maker captures everyday scenes of his grandchildren at their home in Southwick in this well-made home movie. The adults sit around chatting as the children play in the living room.
The Greenyer family celebrate Christmas. Presents are opened, Emma-Jane Greenyer plays with a toy grocer's shop, and the family eat Christmas dinner at the table.
An Albany Productions Film Unit fiction film, produced in around 1972. An old man's attempt at revenge on a family and their troublesome boy backfires.
An Albany Productions Film Unit morality tale, made in 1973. An alcoholic searching for liquor falls to his death in an attempt to reach a bottle in a next door neighbours window.
A Proverbial 4 Minute Film: The Kite
A short fiction film by Albany Productions Film Unit with a message: 'the end justifies the means'. A man's patio furniture disappear when two boys attempt to retrieve a kite.
The Lucrative Art of Hand Tweaked Glass
A mock-documentary, produced by Albany Productions Film Unit in 1974, about "hand-tweaking" glass bottles. Two "tweakers" steal milk bottles and attempt to make "smoked" and "frosted" glasses to be exported all over the world...
Everyone in the "Sleezy Saloon" winds up dead after a series of men try to bring in a wanted man. A western comedy by Albany Cine Club filmed in Southwick Scout Hut, produced in 1974 and directed by Sid Mitchell, the club's chairman. The film has a piano accompaniment through most of the film.
An Albany Productions fiction film by members of Albany Productions Film Unit in 1976, starring a member of the Horrobin family. An artistic schoolboy, under pressure from his father to do well in his biology exam, escapes through the school room window.
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