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[Jocelyn and Gillian at Home: Early Scenes]
|Date||[1936 - 1938?]||ID||1564|
Scenes of home life with the Emberton family children. Jocelyn Emberton gets ready for bed, with the help of the nanny. Gillian Emberton is seen as a baby in a cot and later as a toddler, learning to walk. Jocelyn recovers in bed from a mastoid operation, Gillian spends time in bed with a cold, and the girls play with toys at Christmas time.
[Children at Play in the Garden]
Children play in the garden on bicycles and pedal cars as their mother watches.
[Climbing in France]
This edited and intertitled pre-war film shows a group of friends on a climbing trip in the Rhône-Alpes Savoie region of France. The group plan and make preparations at home in a garden, before packing their belongings to set off. In France, the group climb and walk, with views of rural village life, plants and wildlife. The group stop at Pralognan, the waterfalls of the La Fraiche valley, Val-d'Isere and Col de L'Iseran.
[First Pictures in Colour]
This film is a compilation of various scenes of flowers and gardens, the seaside, children at play, a school summer fete and 'still life' compositions, intended to showcase the film-maker's first experiments in colour film.
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.
[Pre-war and Wartime Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1937 - 1941]||ID||3447|
A family film made just before and during the early part of the Second World War depicting everyday life. A variety of locations and family members are featured, including several servicemen in uniform.
[School children in playground; Wedding]
This amateur film captures scenes of children playing in the grounds of Fernhurst School in the late 1930s. Clearly excited by the presence of the film-maker, the children pose in large and small groups and play up for the camera. Scenes from a nearby wedding at the Parish Church are also recorded, as well as a football and netball match.
[College; Brighton; West Wickham; War Preparations; Christmas; Racing]
A compilation of material filmed mainly by Emile Lauste, featuring family members and their activities. The film includes a number of scenes of Alva and the family at Wye College, Leslie in Hove and Lauste family and friends at Tudor House.
The Family at Play
This intertitled film shows the family at home celebrating Christmas. The family spend time promenading in the garden and playing games with the children. The children are also seen playing with their toys in the garden.
[Chalice Well at Glastonbury]
This short black and white travelogue film shows several noted landmarks in Somerset that includes the Chalice Well at Glastonbury, exterior views of Wells Cathedral and the Plague Cross at Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
[Glimpses of Pre-war Worthing and Everyday Folk]
|Date||1938 - 1939||ID||3377|
This silent amateur film captures numerous street scenes in Worthing, in particular those which took place during the harsh winter of 1938. It also records 'Sparks and Son Builders and Contractors' working on various local buildings.
With the Gypsies in Kent
The nomadic lifestyle of a Roma family is documented in this film as they travel in and around Canterbury during the harvesting season.
|Date||1939 - 1940||ID||3402|
This colour film shows the Hansford family at Gumber Farm near Slindon, West Sussex. It features children greeting the postman; trips to the seaside, work on the farm, tobogganing in the snows of 1940 and new born lambs the following spring.
War Time 1939-1940
|Date||1939 - 1940||ID||1705|
Domestic scenes of everyday life for the Gowlland family in Croydon during the first few months of the Second World War; signs of the war begin to emerge in everyday life.
[Holidays at Westgate]
|Date||[1939; ca. 1940]||ID||6130|
Film documenting the Newman family's 3 week holiday in Westgate, Kent in 1939. The film includes scenes of the family at the beach. The second part of this film shows the family during the Whitsun Holiday of 1940. These parts of the film include references to the war and the Battle of Britain.
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