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[Smoking; Football Match; Family Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1932 - 1949]||ID||9980|
This black and white film opens with domestic scenes. The second film provides highlights of a cup match at the Wolverhampton Wanderers home ground Molineux Stadium, with the presentation of the cup to the winning team (Wolverhampton Wanderers or Wolves). The third film features family scenes in the kitchen and garden of a family house in Challock, Kent.
[Union Flag; Woodland Walk]
This short Dufaycolor film features a young boy and his mother out on a walk in a woodland with their dog. The boy holds a Union flag, waving it as he walks around. They walk and play in a wood filled with bluebells as the camera captures wide views of the landscape. Dufaycolor was an early film system that employed a matrix of red, green and blue to produce colour on film. This matrix pattern is clearly in evidence in the online clips.
[Child in Garden Pool]
This black and white film features a boy dressed in a one-piece bathing costume attempting to swim in a garden pool and playing with a boat and rubber ring. The boy splashes wildly as he plays with the toys in the water.
[Garden Swimming Pool]
This black and white family film opens in a garden, with a young boy in a large concrete swimming pool, being watched by a family group. This is followed by shots of family members swimming, two women playing with rubber rings and trying to swim with them around their torsos. A man joins the two ladies and he pretends (?) to teach them how to swim.
[Woodlands; Challock Home]
This black and white film opens with a family on a walk in woodland filled with bluebells, accompanied by their cat and dogs. An interior tour of a 1930s family home, includes a room by room view of their ornaments and decor. The family are then seen relaxing together for afternoon tea in the garden.
[School Gliding Club; Challenge Day; Animations; Retirement Party]
An amateur film of Chatham Technical School for Boys activities at the Kent Gliding Club, the school's first Challenge Day activities, a visit to the Sheerness Lifeboat and a construction site in Chatham.
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