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A wedding film, with joyous family portraits. The guests are seen laughing and fooling around for the camera, with short sequences at the church and reception.
[Jubilee and Coronation Film]
|Date||1935 - 1937||ID||721|
Scenes from King George V Silver Jubilee in 1935. The film features the celebrations in London, scenes of street decorations, decorated navy ships, and aeroplane formations.
[J. Klingenberg’s wedding 2]
The second part of a film of scenes at a wedding attended by the Emberton family where daughter Jocelyn Emberton is a bridesmaid.
A wartime wedding complete with preparations at the bride's family home, the gathering at the church and reception.
A film with various colour and black and white scenes that include a group of children on a residential street with workmen behind them; portraits of two wedding groups - the first in a garden [several members in forces uniforms) and the other outside a church; scenes of a wedding reception for a second pair of newlyweds; a christening gathering in a garden; colour scenes of several children playing with bubble pots outdoors and playing a game.
[Brabourne Family Celebrations; Christening]
|Date||[1946?]; [1947?]; [26 June 1950?]||ID||5757|
Scenes filmed after the christenings of the eldest two children of The Honourable Patricia Mountbatten and John Ulick Knatchbull, 7th Baron of Brabourne, in 1947 and 1950. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip are seen in attendance. The film also includes home movie footage, taken by the film-maker Victor Don, family doctor to the Knatchbulls.
[Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Match at Molineux Stadium]
This colour film provides highlights of a Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves - gold and black kit) football match at their home ground Molineux Stadium. Shots include a parade of the previously won FA cup trophy, being paraded around the stadium during half time.
[Holiday to Bournemouth [?]]
|Date||[ca. 1950]; [ca. 1953]||ID||4455|
Interior, seaside and village scenes, including those filmed at Bournemouth in Coronation year, 1953, by an unknown film-maker while on outings and holidays.
[Christmas and New Year 1951]
A short film of the Gowlland family at Christmas, showing the children and Mrs Gowlland opening their Christmas presents and showing them to the camera. A New Year's Eve party at home follows, with many of the guests in formal wear.
Festival of Britain 1951
A professional film with intertitles which tours the South Bank and Battersea Park sites of the Festival of Britain.
[Charlie Farncombe Wedding]
Scenes outside a church following a wedding service, with the wedding party gathered on the Church steps clutching flowers, as filmed by Cyril Hayworth in 1951.
[Festival of Britain]
This colour film provides highlights of the 1951 Festival of Britain - South Bank Exhibition, held at Waterloo in London. The sights include many of the exhibition buildings, sculptures and art displays, set among the landscaped gardens adjacent to Festival Pier on the South Bank.
Burns Christmas family scenes including: a young girl sitting at at table writing a Christmas card, licking and sticking a stamp onto the envelope; a woman raising a glass of sherry to the camera: two children playing in a festively decorated living room; a girl opening a present; and a boy playing with a train set. The family are seen sitting down for their Christmas meal. The children pull crackers aided by their mother. The family move into the living room to sing songs whilst another plays a piano (dark shots).
[Guinea Pig Club Reunions 1960 to 1962]
|Date||1960; 1961; 1962||ID||12205|
The Guinea Pig Club annual reunions held in 1960, 1961 and 1962 for wartime patients of the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, who had received reconstructive plastic surgery. At the garden parties, held at the Feldbridge Hotel, men and women stand chatting and drinking around a swimming pool. A bed is raffled off and two men jump in to the pool fully clothed.
John & Liz Wedding
|Date||17 March 1962||ID||1702|
The wedding of the Gowlland's eldest son John. The film begins with the wedding invitation, addressed to Mr and Mrs Gowlland. At St. Peter's Church, in South Croydon. The guests and the Bridesmaids arrive and the Best Man welcomes them. After the wedding, there are photos of the Bride and Groom outside the Church. Further photos of the wedding party are staged in the garden at the reception.
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