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[Mr and Mrs Corder Wedding and Honeymoon]
The first part of this film shows the wedding or Mr Geoffrey Corder and his wife-to-be. The second part shows the couple on their Honeymoon in Devon or Cornwall (?), including seaside and village views. The couple visit a Butcher and go on a picnic, possibly in St. Ives (?).
|Date||1935 - 1938||ID||10040|
This mixed colour and black and white film shows the family together at their home in Cross in Hand, including several scenes in Dufaycolor. The film includes the children playing in the garden with various toys, scenes of pets, a picnic, a flying boat, and scenes from several holidays and outings to Bodiam castle and the West Country that includes Stonehenge, St Michael's Mount, Tintagel and Clovelly village, Devon.
Symphony of the Seasons
Seasonal imagery of English nature has been edited into a linear format, tracing the passing of a year. Intertitles quoting lines of classical poetry introduce the different scenes.
The Gem of the Cornish Riviera
An amateur film with intertitles throughout depicting the fishing industry of St Ives. Specially commended by the Board of the Amateur Cine World.
[Seaside Holiday at Polzeath]
Scenes of the Emberton family on holiday at the seaside at Polzeath filmed by the father, Joseph Emberton. The film includes scenes of the young girls, Jocelyn and Gillian, with their mother, Kathleen, playing on the beach, paddling in the water, climbing on rocks on the foreshore, and relaxing with family and friends.
|Date||4th September 1937 - 12th September 1937||ID||4866|
The Eltham Cine Society film a humourous account of a holiday at Mawgan Porth in Cornwall. The group of friends play act for the camera at their holiday home and on the beach. The group visit the cliff rocks at Bedruthan Steps and go climbing. Back on the beach the friends play at doing fitness exercises and, back at the house, play various games.
[Coronation; Chelsea Flower Show; West Country]
This colour film depicts the Coronation celebrations for HM The King George VI in London, together with scenes from the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show, and views of the rural and coastal environs of the West Country.
Joce and Gill on Holiday
Two films of the Emberton family on holiday in Polzeath in the Summers of 1938 and 1939. Both films feature several scenes of the two children, Jocelyn and Gillian and their mother Kathleen on the beach, paddling and swimming in the water. Kathleen is filmed surfing/body boarding on a simple wooden board, and the family go on a fishing trip.
A black and white titled documentary about Cornish fishermen.
Seaside and Coastal Views
Atmospheric coastal scenes filmed at a variety of locations, focusing on; chalk cliffs, the sea lapping against rocks, fishing boats, seagulls, rocky coves, crashing waves and light reflected on the water.
[Holiday in Cornwall; Garden Scenes; War Time Scenes]
|Date||August 1939; September 1940; 1941; May 1942||ID||1443|
Four short films depicting family life - a seaside holiday in Perranporth; children playing in the garden; a holiday in Bude, including trips to Bideford Bay and Clovelly; and domestic scenes during the Second World War.
[Children in the Garden; Holiday Pictures; On the Beach at Bognor; Women’s Outing]
|Date||[ca. 1940 - 1941]||ID||238|
Dorothy and Janet, the film-maker's nieces, are filmed riding their bicycles in a garden. A holiday to Cornwall is followed by images of children riding ponies along the beach at Bognor Regis. The film ends with images of women from Rutland Hall in Hove on a bus daytrip.
[Holiday at Port Isaac and Port Gaverne]
This edited film shows a family holiday exploring the Cornish landscapes of Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and Port Quin; inter cut with the family participating in several outdoor sports activities and events. The film closes with scenes of the family in the garden at the Reed family home.
[Home Life, School Sports, Day Trips and Holidays]
|Date||1946 - 1949||ID||5687|
This film contains various scenes of the Dickins' family life. It shows them at home, with friends and extended family, on school sports days, day trips and holidays within the South East and South West of England. The online film clip includes footage from an 'oral history' interview conducted with John Dickins in February 2008.
[Holidays to Land's End & Westgate]
|Date||April 1946; 17 August 1946||ID||6141|
This film combines several of the Newman family's holidays by the sea, taken between April-August 1946, in Land's End, Westgate and Margate.
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