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This short film contains scenes of Bognor seafront, a couple walking on the prom and everyday street traffic with pedestrians. The image is somewhat grainy.
[Jim’s Cat; Cleaves]
A series of short clips show a kitten in a flower pot in the garden; a motorbike with sidecar is driven around a bend on a rural road while a man lies flat on top; a series of fast titles for a Goodwood event; an exterior view of Edward Cleaves' Chemist/ Photography shop in Bognor Regis; and a portrait of a man (Edward Cleaves?) smoking a cigar.
|Date||[ca. 1920s ?]||ID||8171|
This film features shots of a woman wearing trousers emerging from a beach cabin at Bognor Regis, smoking a cigarette and then walking along the beach. She's then seen in shorts. She paddles in the water.
|Date||[ca. 1920s ?]||ID||8172|
This brief film shows two women walking across a bridge over a river in the countryside, later seated on a style, lighting cigarettes. The film closes with the women sat in long grass smoking and posing for the camera.
High Tides & Gales
Title: “High Tides & gales”. A very short film showing scenes of a coastline being hit by high winds and rain, at a high tide, followed by a portrait shot of a woman smiling at the camera as she models.
A Lowland Cinderella
Joan Morgan stars as Hester, whose story of misfortune, manipulation, love and redemption mirrors that of Cinderella. Set between the highlands of Scotland, Intertitles provide chapter titles, such as "A Great Day" and "The Storm Comes" and dialogue between characters, but also introduce the characters and their players.
Joe Beckett’s Wedding
|Date||23 August 1923||ID||3157|
This silent newsreel features the wedding of boxer Joseph Beckett. The opening title reads: "Worthing; Joe Beckett's Wedding; Thousands cheer our popular, heavy-weight Champion and his pretty bride; Pathé Gazette". Large crowds are seen outside St. Paul's Church on Chapel Road. The film ends with a brief shot of Joe Beckett and his wife smiling.
[Red Deer at Warnham Court Park]
A combination of black and white and tinted film showing scenes of a Red Deer herd in the wooded Warnham Park estate, with close-ups of several animals. The final few seconds of the film appears to show a derailed train and men assessing the wreckage.
The Young Squire's Wedding at Warnham Court
|Date||7 June 1923||ID||4902|
This black and white film shows the wedding of Charles Eric Lucas ('Joe') and Doris Brander ('Biddy') on the 7th of June 1923. The film also shows some scenes filmed at a later date showing Biddy and Joe with a baby.
[Warnham Court: Family with Baby]
A family group hold a baby whilst posing for the camera on a garden bench. Colonel Brander holds a dog as the baby's mother 'Biddy' holds the baby with her husband 'Joe'. In portrait a grandmother or a nanny [?] stand at the main door with a domestic nurse as both turn and enter the house. These scenes also feature at the end of Joe and Biddy Lucas's wedding film on TID 4902.
[The Selsey Tram]
A brief amateur film which records the arrival and departure of a Shefflex railbus on The Selsey Tramway.
|Date||[1925 - 1931?]||ID||8184|
This amateur silent film was produced by the Bognor Regis Film Society in the late 1920s [?]. Members of the society act out a series of random and eccentric scenes, using a number of special camera effects that add to the unconventional nature of the film.
|Date||[ca. late 1920s - early 1930s?]||ID||8159|
A short film showing a teenage Sea Scout shaking hands [traditional left-handed hand shake] with man in a suit at a group gathering. The pair pose for the camera [possibly at a scouting event prize giving presentation. Titles on end of 8164?]
|Date||1927 - 1929||ID||3183|
Percy Nightingale films friends and family in the garden of his Crawley home 'Nutmead' over the course of three years. The adults play both to the camera and with their children during the changing seasons.
[Family Scenes; Holidays; At Stonelands]
|Date||[1927 - 1930?]||ID||726|
Rudd family scenes from the late 1920s and early 1930s, filmed by Mr. and Mrs. Rudd in their garden at Stonelands in Bramley and while on holidays to Brighton, Arundel, Scotland and Cornwall [?] to visit friends and relatives.
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