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A Day in the Hayfield
Men and children are seen at work and play in a hayfield in this 1904 film by Cecil Hepworth.
This is the earliest example of a seaside publicity film in Screen Archive South East’s collection, dating from the mid 1920s. The film promotes Margate as a most fashionable seaside resort. The film is tinted and toned and has intertitles throughout.
[Garden Fete at Broughton House]
|Date||30 June 1926||ID||866|
A traditional English garden fete takes place in the grounds of Broughton House near Sevenoaks. This professional film with intertitles focuses much of its attention on the local people who attended the event.
[The Heath Cinema in Haywards Heath]
A short film of men, women and children queuing to enter the 'Heath' cinema in Haywards Heath during the 1920's, to watch the 1928 silent film 'Baby Cyclone', starring Lew Cody.
Film of the Staley family at home and on outings, including attending a hunt meet at Goodwood. The film begins with scenes of the family on the beach at Bognor and on the Esplanade. At the hunt meet servants bring out trays of 'stirrup cups' for the huntsman, and the hunt sets off. Mrs Staley and daughter Pam are also seen with horses at the stables.
A film of the Staley Family enjoying the Summer in the garden and at the beach in their home town of Bognor Regis. Ralph and Nellie, are seen playing with their daughter Pam at the local public gardens, at the beach and at home with the family.
[Boat Trip Along the Suez Canal: Port Said to Aden]
Doctors Catherine Violet and Thomas Burne film part of their return trip to Malaya, where they were both stationed. Husband and wife had spent the preceding months with their children in England, as recorded in ~[Summer Seaside Holiday And Family Scenes]~ (March - October 1929).
[Fashion Show and Seaside Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes members of the Ayling family giving a comical fashion show in a garden, and enjoying an outing to the beach.
[Garden Scenes; Wedding Pictures; Seaside; Toddler]
Various scenes of children and other family members parading around a garden. A scene of men wearing morning suits (probably prior to a wedding). Various scenes of children playing, a baby being bounced and a toddler playing.
[The Wedding Day]
Scenes of members of a wedding party including the bridesmaids and the bride posing in a garden. The guests are filmed departing after the ceremony and the bride and groom are seen at a train station.
Picnics & Pam 1932
A film of the Staley family on various outings. The family group pick flowers in the countryside and have a tea and a picnic. At home, daughter Pam Staley (aged 8) eats at the table with her parents, plays piano and brushes her hair. On other outings, the family go sailing, have a walk and a picnic in the country and go swimming in the sea.
[J. Klingenberg’s wedding 2]
The second part of a film of scenes at a wedding attended by the Emberton family where daughter Jocelyn Emberton is a bridesmaid.
[J. Klingenberg’s Wedding 1]
A very short film showing Joseph and Kathleen Emberton and friends before they attend a wedding. They are seen dressed for the wedding sitting on a swing seat in a garden and arriving by river boat. [See also the second part of this film ~[J. Klingenberg's Wedding 2] (ca.1937)~ showing the wedding guests after the ceremony.
A film comprised from a range of scenes, mostly depicting friends enjoying their time at Rustington Lido holiday camp in the 1930s. Games of tennis and rugby and scenes showing friends laughing and chatting and playing practical jokes on one another.
[Children from Ockenden Venture; Weddings]
|Date||1952 - 1953||ID||7070|
Ockenden families at the beach and two weddings in the early 1950s.
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