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Return to Castle Bemrose
An edited and titled film of scenes from various days out in the Home Counties, including Ivinghoe Beacons (Chiltern Hills), Mentmore Towers, Stonor Park (Henley-on-Thames) and Whipsnade Zoo (Dunstable), including tea in the car park.
Caught in the Act
An amateur colour silent comedy with music soundtrack, telling the story of a senior couple who have their wishes granted by throwing lucky coins in to a fountain.
|Date||26-27 August 1984; 1984||ID||5908|
This film shows a series of visits to notable landmarks and historic buildings in the home counties including Uffington castle and the 'Horse and Vintage Vehicle Show', Oxfordshire; The Mill at Sonning; Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Northampton); Tower Bridge and Pool of London at St Katharine's Dock; Windsor Great Park with Leptis Magna monuments and Memorials, Berkshire; and the Charles Dickens Centre and Chalet in Rochester.
Scenes filmed by Michael Gillings at the Tower of London and River Thames while on a family outing to London, and at his Patcham home in the garden, where his son plays with the dog.
The Titans: The Pyramid of Death [Children's Film Unit]
An animated narrative, filmed in a domestic garden in Patcham by a group of young friends including Neville Gillings, nicknamed the Children's Film Unit.
[Bicycle Stunts; Children's Film Unit: Top of the Wallies?; Veteran Car Run]
Neville Gillings and the Children's Film Unit perform on 'Top of the Wallies' in a Patcham garden. Michael Gillings, the camera's owner, records the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run as it passes through Patcham in 1984.
[Children from Ockenden Venture: Adam]
A young boy living in an Ockenden home plays tennis and goes swimming in 1984.
[Children from Ockenden Venture: Benjamin; Sienna]
Young children play in the garden of an Ockenden home in 1984
[Apple Fayre; swimming pool; light railway; paddle steamer 'Waverley']
An amateur home movie featuring family activities at various locations in Kent. The Sykes family on trips out to an Apple Fayre, picnicing, swimming and spending time at the beach. Family members ride on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway and the paddle steamer Waverley.
Squatters at No. 10
Maurice Puttock narrates over edited footage, showing his neighbour dissecting a wasps' nest found in this amateur film-maker's garden hedge.
With a Pinch of Salt
In this cine club comedy film Maurice Puttock demonstrates where the house owner can find tasty morsels in his own back garden by tucking into worms and snails. The narrative is told through a voice over and is accompanied by instrumental music.
This amateur colour drama sees a couple move into a new house on a residential street. The new resident and his neighbour are both pipe smokers. Every time the new resident sees his neighbour, the neighbour asks for pipe tobacco. Now very fed up with his neighbour the man swaps his tobacco for ground up horse manure and gives it to his neighbour. The film has illustrated opening and closing titles with credits. The soundtrack has been removed from the opening and closing titles/ credits on this film for copyright reasons.
[Man in garden; Amberley Museum]
Out-takes and rushes for a film about a man doing several household chores, and scenes recorded at the Amberley museum, part of a wider collection of reels documenting the working life of the museum.
Vintage Films presents... an M A P production... 'Blooming Marvellous'. Maurice Puttock, a member of Haywards Heath Cine Society, describes the sounds and powers emitted by plants when in bloom in this playful film. This film contains sound effects and instrumental music to support the voice over. [Opening music removed from online clip for copyright reasons]
Memories of 'The Mount' [Jocelyn and Gillian Emberton oral history interview clip 2]
An edited extract from an oral history interview with Jocelyn Emberton-Underwood and her sister Gillian Farwell, talking about their childhood and the home movies in the 1930s and 1950s, filmed by their farther, prominent British architect Joseph Emberton. This short film combines interview footage with material from the archive featuring their childhood garden.
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