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This amateur film features a Catholic religious procession at a church in Haywards Heath, with the group carrying a statue of St Maria. People associated with the Roman Catholic Church in Haywards Heath are seen processing from the church; they carry various banners and religious symbols. A religious ceremony is then conducted in the grounds of a large house.
This short amateur drama tells the story of a man, who replies 'yes dear' to all his wife's demands. He is forced to take matters into his own hands when a burglar enters their house. An Albany Cine Club production, made by members in the mid 1960s.
This fast-paced amateur fictional comedy is based around the theme of a photographic competition organised as part of a church fete. An immoral curate and a hapless Guide mistress get themselves entangled with the efforts of a daughter and her father who are competing against each other to produce the winning photograph.
This silent film drama made by Albany Cine Club members that passes comment on changes to the UK railways made by Dr Richard Beeching in the 1960s. This 1964 production entitled: "Hard Lines" outlines the plan of two criminals to abduct a woman and kill her. The plan is ruined when another train line is closed and they are unable to get rid of the body.
A palmist sees disaster looming for a customer, but even an alternative turn of events ends in tragedy. An Albany Cine Club fiction film, produced in 1966, winning the Albany Shield for best theme film at the first Albany Trophy Inter-Club Film Competition. The club also won the title in 1981 and 1985.
Tomorrow I Cry
A fiction film made by members of the Albany Cine Club about a girl who finds that her Christmas present doesn't live up to her dreams. The film has an accompanying music track.
Amateur cine-club fiction film made by the Albany Cine Club, telling a story about a young blind girl (played by Emma-Jane Greenyer) who regains her sight.
Everyone in the "Sleezy Saloon" winds up dead after a series of men try to bring in a wanted man. A western comedy by Albany Cine Club filmed in Southwick Scout Hut, produced in 1974 and directed by Sid Mitchell, the club's chairman. The film has a piano accompaniment through most of the film.
|Date||18 July 1976||ID||6590|
A portrait of Brighton Seafront on a Sunday morning, between 7 am when the shops are shut and the streets deserted, to midday, when the film-makers settle outside a seafront pub to have a drink. An Albany Cine Club production, filmed by members of the group on 18th July 1976.
The Old Violin
An Albany Cine Club fiction film of 1976. A man tells the story of a magic violin, which once saved a pub from a disastrous fate and still hangs on the wall in the pub, just in case the same fate should strike again.
Brighton Carnival scenes filmed in 1978 by E. W. Ovenden, a member of the Albany Cine Club. Participating organisations include Co-Op, Brighton Young Conservatives, Brighton & Hove Camera Club, Brighton Insurance Social Club Smurf Section, Brighton Theatre Group, Brighton Theatrical Costumiers, and marching bands.
A comedy fiction film following a group of (stereotyped) residents as they gather at a bus stop in Southwick, which has been placed on a residential road by a cunning man. Produced by Albany Cine Club and featuring The Barnstormers Company, the film's dated sense of humour may be considered offensive [a section has been blurred for online].
All for a Ruby
A thief (Snider) is tricked into a cruel scheme to steal precious jewellery from an elderly woman by Mr Williams. Something goes wrong with the heist, and Snyder is caught and sent to prison. Mr Williams who has the ring, gives it to Snyders wife, with whom he is having an affair. An Albany Cine Club production from 1981.
Caught in the Act
When an old man books into a hotel and finds a door that 'should not be used', he prepares himself for a night of passion... but gets a surprise when he opens the door. An Albany Cine Club film made in 1983 at The Beach Hotel in Littlehampton and directed, written and starring Sid Mitchell, the club's chairman. [sound removed from online clip for copyright reasons]
A car is passed between drivers as a couple eat a three course meal at a restaurant. The car finds its way back to where they left it, but they are shocked at what they find in the back seat. A fiction film produced by Albany Cine Club in 1984.
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