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[Deal Grand Military Pageant]
A professionally made film of a Royal Marines military pageant at the Royal Marine Depot in Deal.
First World War Centenary
A programme of archive film to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. This was screened at venues across East and West Sussex in October and November 2018.
[Bognor Day Trippers; Trooping the Colour]
A short film made by members of the Bognor Regis Film Society during the 1920s. The first part shows day-trippers visiting Bognor Regis and the second part features scenes of Trooping the Colour in London.
[Manor House Estate; King George V Silver Jubilee; Family; Holiday; Airfield]
This film shows the Reed family making preparations to celebrate King George V Silver Jubilee with intercut shots of The Royal Landau passing the Austin Reed Store on Regent Street and Pathe film of the procession. The next part shows a family at the seaside and in the garden. Scenes at an air display feature amateur aircraft including a Le Pou du Ciel HM. 14.
[Founders Day: Duchess of York at Centenary Celebrations at Spurgeon's Orphan Home]
|Date||18 June 1934||ID||7649|
A short Pathe Gazette newsreel showing The Duchess of York at the Spurgeon's Orphan Home Founders Day on 18th June 1934. The children sing and perform choreographed marches to a large audience.
Film of a Jubilee parade in Bognor Regis in honour of George V, shot by Ralph Staley from a window above his drapers shop in the High Street. The film shows bunting decorating the street and the Jubilee procession including a marching band and floats. Couples dance in the street to a live band. The film ends with a shot of his daughter Pam in their garden, playing with a cat.
A charming amateur film with intertitles which lovingly chronicles the residents, workers and events which populated the Kent village of Speldhurst in the mid-1930s. The film includes images of the 1935 Silver Jubilee celebrations which took place locally.
Jubilee Carnival 1935
Scenes of the Woolwich Jubilee Carnival filmed by members of the Eltham Cine Society. The Carnival Queen is crowned, a fete is held, a production of Twelfth Night is staged, sporting events are held and a carnival procession with floats is concluded with a thanksgiving service.
[Naval Review and Cowes: The Late King at Portsmouth on his Way to the Naval Review]
A film documenting the King's visit to a Naval Review at Portsmouth, with street scenes outside the Majestic Picture House Cinema. The second film shows scenes of the Jubilee Regatta at Cowes, with mixed class sailing yachts and naval vessels.
[Silver Jubilee George V]
|Date||[25 May 1935]||ID||8186|
A short Dufaycolor film made by the Bognor Regis Film Society, which shows celebrations in the town, to mark the Silver Jubilee of George V in 1935. Large crowds line the street to watch as a parade of floats and walking groups processes through the decorated town. 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.
[King George V Silver Jubilee]
|Date||6 May 1935||ID||8593|
Made by amateur film-maker F. J. Williams, this film provides a record of local celebrations for King George V's Silver Jubilee in Brighton, Peacehaven and Rottingdean on May 6, 1935. The film contains footage of street decorations hung in Brighton, crowds celebrating with fancy dress and dance displays in Peacehaven. At Rottingdean a large wooden beacon is built to mark the occasion, a practice that was repeated across the British Empire on this date.
Silver Jubilee Celebrations at Bognor Regis
This black and white film provides highlights of a parade with procession and floats in Bognor Regis for HM George V Jubilee Celebration. The parade is followed by a sports display on a playing field, a fire brigade demonstration and closes with a fireworks display.
George V Silver Jubilee Procession in London
This black and white and Dufaycolor film shows scenes of HM The King, George V's Silver Jubilee Procession in London. The film opens in black and white with views of London and the official procession programme details; followed by views of the procession route taken from an upstairs window and both black and white and colour footage of the procession and marching bands. 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.
The Funeral of King George V; The Coronation of King George VI
|Date||28 January 1936; 12 May 1937||ID||1551|
Film by Joseph Emberton of the funeral of HM King George V showing scenes of the crowds on the streets and the funeral procession. This is followed by film of the coronation of HM George VI, also showing the crowds watching from buildings and lining the streets, and the procession.
[Coronation of HM The King George VI,1937]
|Date||12 May 1937||ID||3086|
Huge crowds line the streets of London, watching as a parade of armed forces from across the Empire and of numerous VIPs leads the Golden Coach carrying HM King George VI on his Coronation Day.
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