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[The Big Board at Newquay]
This film shows a group of Jewish friends on a camping and surfing holiday in Newquay. The group film themselves at the campsite, surfing, horse riding and playing at the beach.
[Family Barclay Film I; Fair; Wedding; Pool; Holiday]
A compilation of family scenes filmed on holidays, outings, picnics and trips to London, Sussex and Essex in 1932.
Cruise to Norway
Three reels of film with intertitles which document a family holiday to Norway.
[Christmas Cruise - Trip to Africa]
A film by Joseph Emberton of a cruise on board the Cap Arcona with his wife, Kathleen, and friends to Morocco at Christmas time, travelling via Tenerife, Madeira, and Portugal.
“Lest We Forget” Disabled Soldiers Day Out At Margate
A profesionally-made film which records a trip to Margate by disabled veterans of the First World War. The men are guests-of-honour at a lunch hosted by the town's Mayor and Mayoress at the St George's Hotel, Cliftonville. This was the inaugral outing hosted by Margate's Lest We Forget Committee.
Film of the Staley family on holiday in Snowdonia, Wales. Ralph Staley films workings on a sheep farm and his family on the seafront, where ten year old Pam practices driving on the beach. They walk up mount Snowdon and take picnics in the countryside. A final section, in Dufaycolor, shows the family at Lake Bala [?] taking walks and stopping for tea.
Motoring Holiday in Devon and Cornwall
A home movie with intertitles which chronicles a holiday around the Devon and Cornwall coasts. The camera focuses on the holidaymakers and on the coastline, capturing images of beaches populated by sunbathers, swimmers and body-boarders.
[Visit to India]
On the banks of the Ganges, a funeral pyre is prepared. Street scenes follow, before an Asian couple in Western riding gear pose for the camera. People board a train on the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. The landscape is filmed from a train window, before a busy city street scene. A group of European friends are seen having tea, before footage of boats in a bay, filmed from the deck of a ship.
A compilation of home movie material with intertitles capturing family holidays in England during the 1930s. Three summer holidays were filmed by Ernest Freelove, showing beach games and swimming, miniature trains, cycling and boat trips.
[Family at Home and at the Seaside]
Home movie footage of a young family enjoying numerous visits to the zoo and a playground, outings on a river and a steam train, and trips to a sandy beach. The children and adults build sandcastles, swim in the sea, and go on donkey rides.
Camera Mag No. 1
Film by the Eltham Cine Society, recording a funfair on Woolwich Common in celebration of the Jubilee, gardens at Well Hall Pleasaunce, scenes showing every day uses of electricity, model boats on Blackheath pond, steam ships at King George V dock and scenes of the cine group themselves - making a film. Amateur Cine World, Specially Commended
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.
[Bognor Regis: Odds and Ends]
"A film of shreds and patches," or a compilation of short scenes on a family holiday, at an airfield and in the garden filmed and compiled with intertitles by Dr. Thomas Hately MacFie in 1937.
[Military Sporting Events and Activities]
This set of black and white films features various sporting events attended by Nazi officers. Horse racing and show jumping events are seen, followed by a race at the Nurburgring and a group boarding a train decorated with flags and a Kraft Durch Freude (Strength Through Joy) banner. The final film is of a group of Hitler Youth flight cadets at their barracks.
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.
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