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Trip to Cornwall
This film documents a Lauste family holiday to Cornwall during the 1930s. Emile, Bessie, Doris and Marcel are seen setting off from Tudor House by car. Whilst in Cornwall, they visit a number of places; handwritten intertitles are used throughout to describe places and events.
Beside the Seaside
Margaret Grierson's film, with commentary written by W.H.Auden, presents a day out for Londoners at their south coast destinations. Leaving London during a heat wave, they make their way to Brighton, Broadstairs, Ovingdean and Eastbourne to swim, dance, chatter and enjoy the Palace Pier's amusements.
Mr Williams records family scenes including his son's first steps in a family garden in Peacehaven, Christmas Day activities in 1935, and a family picnic on the beach at Rottingdean. The film closes with a brief shot of the young boy dressed as Cupid for the Rottingdean fair.
[Beach Scenes at Felpham]
|Date||1 June 1935||ID||8946|
This Dufaycolor film follows the Lockwood family in their garden in Felpham and enjoying a day out on the beach.
The Arcadian Follies at Selsey
|Date||August 1936 - September 1936||ID||3337|
Scenes filmed on a family holiday to the beach at Selsey. A group of young men swim and play in the sea, people play tennis, boys jump from a floating platform, and there are scenes of the holiday beach house 'Arcadia' and surrounding chalets and landscape.
A group of friends, filmed by Joseph Emberton on a sailing trip, visiting islands in the Baltic Sea and Denmark. The group go cycling, canoeing, swimming and visit a zoo whilst on their trip.
Joce and Gill at Home
|Date||1936 - 1940||ID||1563|
A compilation of family scenes spanning the late 1930s filmed by architect Joseph Emberton. The youngest daughter learns to walk; the two daughters play in the garden; the grandparents visit; there are outings to a lido, two birthday parties and a Christmas dinner. They also visit the Casino building in Blackpool, designed by Joseph Emberton.
[Hudsons Farm: Farming; Leisure; Wedding; Seaside and Lido at Hastings]
Various scenes of people and farm animals at a farm; people gathering for photographs after a wedding and the couple leaving for their honeymoon; ‘Grandma leaving Worthing’ - an elderly lady leaving home and getting into a car; and scenes at Hastings’ outdoor pool and diving from the high boards.
Two pupils of Canford School record events at the public school in Dorset, including sporting events and a fire, as well as images of the surrounding area.
Cine shots of 1936
A film depicting various scenes in East Sussex. It includes families having fun beside the sea and boats coming into Newhaven Harbour
A group of men and women sunbathe on Cooden beach. The women are seen putting on swimming hats, and the group swim in the sea.
Children [Holiday to France]
|Date||1936 - 1937||ID||729|
Scenes filmed by Mr. and Mrs. Rudd of their children in the family garden, at a fete and while on holiday in France in the mid 1930s.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Japanese Home; At the Seaside]
|Date||[1936 - 1938]||ID||2830|
A compilation of home movie footage recording the family of a Swedish diplomat stationed in Japan. The women of the family are filmed in their chauffeur-driven car, playing with their pets and dressed in kimonos in the garden, and swimming in the sea.
|Date||7 - 20 June 1936; 19 June - 3 July 1937; 23 July - 6 August 1938; 6 - 26 August 1939||ID||6131|
This film documents the Newman family's various holidays to the seaside, including trips to Margate in 1937 and Westgate in 1938.
[First Pictures in Colour]
This film is a compilation of various scenes of flowers and gardens, the seaside, children at play, a school summer fete and 'still life' compositions, intended to showcase the film-maker's first experiments in colour film.
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