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[Reg’s Wedding Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes images of two weddings - one a church wedding, the other at a registry office. There is also footage of a holiday to France, cars being loaded and unloaded from aeroplanes, an amateur cricket match, picnics, and the film-maker's children.
Heronsdale Manor Harvest
This film shows several non-mechanised and mechanised processes of sowing and harvesting a corn and mustard crop on a Sussex farm; by adults and children. The film is inter-cut with a scene featuring a fleet of aircraft passing over head (shots out of focus) and intertitles throughout.
[Childhood Wartime Scenes]
|Date||1942 - 1945||ID||10809|
An amateur film with intertitles following a young boy's early years during wartime.
An edited film with narration and soundtrack made using films from the Screen Archive South East wartime collection. Created by David Woods as part of his placement with SASE for the MA in Creative Writing at the University of Brighton.
[The work of the ARP following a bombing raid on Brighton]
|Date||May - September 1943||ID||9497|
An amateur black and white film of wartime Brighton capturing the aftermath of a bombing raid, the work of the ARP and an ARP training drill.
[War Time 1943-1945]
|Date||1944 - 1945||ID||1706|
Film of the Gowlland family, intercutting family life and outings with war-time events including V1 bombings and the end of the war. John has a toy doodlebug, the family take refuge in a Morrison shelter, and in the country. With the arrival of the end of the war, blackout restrictions are lifted, and the family take a trip to the beach.
[Compilation: Coastal Command Operational Films]
|Date||5 December 1944 - 23 March 1945||ID||9562|
Film 1: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 47 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Fjord at Nordgulen 5.12.44 Film 2: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 54 Attack on Enemy Shipping off Aalesund. 10.1.45 Film 3: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 57 Attack on Enemy Shipping Ford, Fjord. 9.2.45 Film 4: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 59-61 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Skagerrak. 7.3.45 Film 5: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 63 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Vindspol. 8.3 45 Film 6: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 67 Attack on Enemy Shipping at Tejgenaes S.W of Nerlandsly. 23.3.45. Print in very poor condition.
Sorrells, Chris and Julia, Surrey
This colour film shows the Corder and the Sorrell families at the Sorrell family home in Surrey (?). Shots of individual family members feature: Mr and Mrs Corder, their son Christopher and daughter Julia, and members of the Sorrell family including an older girl wearing a cadet or auxiliary/ armed forces uniform (?).
[OMCC Annual Meeting; Picnic]
A short film made about the Otford Methodist Children's Church's activities in 1944, with scenes of various church gatherings.
Spitfire 231 Job
|Date||[ca. mid 1940s - early 1950]||ID||9586|
This black and white film of an airfield shows a Supermarine 300 Spiteful F. Mk. XIV (RB 521) parked on the airfield, as a second Spiteful or Spitfire comes in to land next to it (with tonal camouflage markings and 'P' Prefix/suffix as aircraft code). A larger Supermarine Attacker aircraft lands on the airfield and then takes off - the camera follows the action. Several RAF men and ground crew gather next to the aircraft on the airfield.
[History of Apple Porch]
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1947]||ID||3453|
An amateur film featuring the Sadler family home near Chichester. The film was made by David Sadler using his father's camera. There are scenes of the house ('Apple Porch') throughout the seasons, as well as some colour footage of an air display filmed in Holland.
[Visit to America]
Colour amateur footage with intertitles of trips to the United States of America. The film includes footage of Washington and New York, as well as of an American Football match and the suburban homes of family friends and associates.
New Faces Come Back
This partially-dramatised documentary traces the story of Jim, a flight engineer in the Royal Canadian Air Force who was badly burned during a Second World War aircraft accident. Jim undergoes reconstructive surgery and social rehabilitation at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. His experiences earn him membership in the notorious Guinea Pig Club.
St. George's Cricket, Bradley
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1949?]||ID||9811|
This colour and black and white film shows scenes at an airport; a family watching a cricket match on a village green; a day trip to Windsor Castle; and steam locomotives at a station, carrying passengers and freight.
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||5682|
The film shows the Dickins family from Surrey on two separate trips to France. The film contains some shots of the landscape, beach and street scenes.
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