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Tucktonia Model Village at Christchurch
|Date||[ca. 1976 - 1986]||ID||6315|
This colour documentary style film explores a tourist attraction and model village named 'Tucktonia' near Christchurch in Dorset. The film explores a range of buildings and landmarks, as well as explains the scale of the buildings through a voice over narrative. The film contains background music throughout.
[Hong Kong] [Part Four [?]]
A family holiday film showing the group gathered on a bridge overlooking Hong Kong Harbour and touring the city. Scenes include the Armistice Cenotaph, the "Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Company" building, a statue of Sir Thomas Jackson in Statue Square, The Mandarin Hotel and views from the Peak Tram funicular railway with the harbour and Hong Kong Island below. A series of rural landscape views of Hong Kong complete the film.
[Family Holiday by Car]
This extended film of family holidays includes several landmarks and religious buildings in Wiltshire, Somerset and Bath, taken by Christopher Harris in 1975.
[Visit to the USA; Saint Lucia]
|Date||1976 - 1978||ID||5370|
This film shows the family on holiday in the USA, travelling to the states of Louisiana, Texas, California and Washington visiting a traditional paddle steamer, the Alamo Mission, Los Angeles Griffin Observatory, Le Bra Tar Pits, Hollywood Walk of Fame, a trip to Disneyland, later visiting several landmarks and monuments in New York City and Washington DC and visiting friends and family in St Lucia.
Jess of the Seven Hills
An amateur travelogue film visitng the South Coast of Devon, including Torquay, Brixham; Bovey Tracey; Teignmouth; along with Meadfoot beach, Cockington Village in Torquay and the seafront at Torbay.
A travelogue film showing a holiday to the Kent villages of Brenchley, Matfield, Sissinghurst, Beltring, and Paddock Wood. Scenes include tours on foot showing local houses, churches and public houses (pubs), several adults landscaping a domestic garden and the group visiting a garden centre to purchase plants.
The Cambridge Caper [Spring Bank Holiday]
An edited and titled travelogue film of a group trip to Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, showing scenes at Burghley House (Stamford, Lincolnshire), Ely Cathedral and views of Ely Town (Cambridgeshire). The film also includes views of the historical sights of Cambridge - the University, Punting on the River Cam, Tennyson Statue in Trinity College Chapel, and the Holy Sepulchre church. The film ends with a car journey and scenes at a residential house.
Another Year, Another Voyage
A travelogue film of another cruise from England to Poland, culminating in a visit to Warsaw. The film includes scenes aboard the Polish Ocean Lines ship TSS Stefan Batory, with brief stops in Rotterdam (?). The majority of the film shows views of Warsaw - the Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier, Saski Gardens, the Old Town Market (Rynek Starego Miasta), the Royal Castle, City Walls and the group visiting friends. An earlier similar trip can be seen in TID: 5843
A family travelogue film showing visits to a range of tourist sites, stately homes, gardens and events travelling through Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, then around Cambridge, Buckinghamshire, Kent and London.
Three From Warsaw
Title: "Three From Warsaw". The film shows several locations in central London and Bearsted in Kent. Scenes of London include The Palace of Westminster, London street scenes, and a Policeman standing outside 10 Downing Street. The group also visit a fete on Bearsted Green showing several stalls and hot air balloons being inflated. The film-maker captures excerpts of programmes off the television and films a walk by a lake in a park.
The Story of Shorncliffe Military Cemetery
|Date||1980; [1986?]; [1989?]||ID||871|
This amateur film with music and commentary recounts the histories of the Shorncliffe Military Camp and Cemetery, recording in detail the gravestones which pepper the hillside overlooking the coastline.
Happy Endings Begin Here
|Date||1981; 1983 (?); 1984||ID||5899|
This edited and titled film compiles footage taken over several years. The film shows a family wedding and reception (in Elstree), followed by later footage of the couple with a baby, and later still (the child is now a toddler) a visit from a cousin from America. There is a family gathering in London, visiting the sights at Lambeth, on the South Bank, and at St Katharine's' Dock - Pool of London (Dickens Inn). End title reads: 'And this is NOT the End'
Would You Like To Take A Walk?
This titled film compilation shows a series of visits to friends and family (Paul and Will Ingwersen ?) followed by a compilation of walks and outings. These include a walk along a canal, a visit to Matfield Village for the village fair with a dog show and Knobbly Knees contest; and a tour of the Kent countryside (North Downs) to visit the the Neolithic tombs of Kit's Coty House and Little Kit's Coty House. The final scenes shows bedding plants in a garden (out of focus).
Hythe Venetian Fete, 1981
|Date||19 August 1981||ID||887|
Amateur footage of the biannual Hythe Venetian Fete, an event advertised as a 'water spectacle'. Much of the film is dedicated to the preparation of the floats before they begin their procession along the Hythe Military Canal. The film has a soundtrack comprising of music and diegetic sound.
Floreat Vapor [May Steam Flower]
This amateur colour documentary style film, created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society, profiles several men that live and work in the South East of England that additionally volunteer and support the work of the Bluebell Railway Trust in their spare time. The film has opening music over the titles.
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