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Brighton: The Marina and H.M.S. Cavalier
A short informative film about the Royal Navy C-Class Destroyer "H.M.S. Cavalier" (R73), docked at Brighton Marina in 1983 to celebrate its opening. The film, produced by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter, also includes shots of Palace Pier, Volk's Railway line and stations on the beach and views of the new yacht Marina. [Audio is distorted at start]
|Date||[ca. late 1980s]||ID||7309|
This short amateur film shows a family visit to an air display during the late 1980s featuring: a F-15E Strike Eagle in the air and on the runway; family portraits of the children; a small fixed wing plane; (?); De Havilland DHC-8; De Havilland Canadan DHC-7-102 with landing gear down (?); a Helicopter; (shaky shots); Edgley EA-7 Optica; Swiss Cessna (?) light fixed wing aircraft in yellow; and the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (?).
The House of Jan and Pete: A Celebration
A film, commissioned by the family and made by a professional cine photographer, commemorates the 18th birthday of their twin sons, and the imminent departure of one of the boys after joining the Royal Air Force.
[Storm Damage: Coast to Coast]
The first part of an edition of Television South's (TVS) Coast to Coast regional news programme. The edition features a news item about storm damage to the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe reported by Paul Beard.
The True Story of the Guinea Pig Club
An Aviation Classics video about the Guinea Pig Club and demands for plastic surgical treatment for badly burnt pilots and aircrew during the Second World War. Operations by Sir Archibald McIndoe are shown and the film tells the story of men and the battles they fought, both in the air and on the ground.
Fifty years on
Interviews with World War Two veterans and commemorative events taken fifty years after the D-Day landings are interspersed interspersed with wartime footage from the Imperial War Museum and Reuters film archives. They are asked what they were fighting for and whether it was worth it.
Guinea Pig Club; The Reconstruction of Burned Airmen in WWII
This commercially produced production for broadcast, commemorates the 60th Anniversary of those that underwent pioneering reconstructive surgery as part of the Guinea Pig Club, following injury during their service in the Armed Forces during the Second World War. Contains scenes of medical treatment and severe injury.
The British at Belsen
A 'talking head' piece to camera film in which a former British soldier recounts his unenviable role in the clearing-up operation at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945.
Movies and Memories: Oral Histories
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10774|
A compilation of oral history audio recordings of residents of the West Sussex seaside towns, remembering their childhood and war-time experiences. These recordings were made by Screen Archive South East during an oral history and reminiscence project in 2013 and are accompanied by photographs of the interviewees and some of their own family photographs.
Movies and Memories: Wartime [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10779|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation based on the theme of the Second World War features films from across Surrey, West Sussex and the South East of England.
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