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Homes I have Known
Vintage Films present... "Homes I have Known". An autobiographic look at Maurice Puttock's family life and homes that he lived in as a boy in East Sussex, Surrey and Essex, with his family in the South East of England. References are also made to his time spent in central Africa in Lusaka. formally Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) drawing upon family photographs and cine film of the period.
What’s My Line?
|Date||[ca. late 1950s - early 1960s]||ID||7039|
A detailed exploration of one man's hobby and his fastidious attention to detail. This amateur documentary about the film-maker's hobby of "0" gauge model railways shows the design and build of his own line in his garden in Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). The film includes the construction of the track from concrete, building the intricate locomotives and carriages. The film has a detailed voice-over narrative and instrumental music throughout.
Scenes of Mr. Harrison's daughter's wedding day in 1959, showing bride, groom and guests at the church and in a domestic garden.
This fast-paced amateur fictional comedy is based around the theme of a photographic competition organised as part of a church fete. An immoral curate and a hapless Guide mistress get themselves entangled with the efforts of a daughter and her father who are competing against each other to produce the winning photograph.
[Toddler Scenes of Elizabeth]
|Date||[ca. 1963 - 1966]||ID||3454|
This film provides a portrait of baby Elizabeth in her early years as she grows; showing her as a baby in a pram, learning to crawl and as a toddler, playing on the beach and at the family home.
A baby, Karen, plays with her father and a host of toys in their garden in 1963.
[Andrew 18 Months Old; Garden Scenes]
Footage of Andrew in 1963 before his little sister is born, playing on the beach and in the garden with his father.
[Holiday Coronation Camp]
Family holiday scenes filmed at Coronation Camp on Hayling Island in Summer 1963.
[Christmas; birthdays; christening; baby sitting; village fete]
|Date||December 1966; Spring - October 1967; March - August 1968||ID||3021|
This home movie features children of the Pennifold family filmed by their grandmother. The children are seen mostly at play and celebrating birthdays at houses in Partridge Green and Horsham. The film also includes scenes from a family christening at Horsham Parish Church and a village fete at Partridge Green.
[Ashdown Forest; Chessington Zoo; East Court at East Grinstead]
A compilation of scenes that include a family picnic in Ashdown Forest and a trip to London Zoo.
[Family Christmas in East Grinstead and Woodingdean]
Scenes of the Williams' family at Christmas time, including decorating the home, giving and opening presents, and traditional Christmas food.
[Family Scenes; Bypass]
A film by Jim Greenyer of his daughter playing outdoors, being pushed on a swing by her parents, and on a woodland walk. Local scenes include views from a car on the A27 Shoreham bypass.
|Date||13 June 1970||ID||3046|
Scenes at the Church of St. Peter in Upper Beeding and at home in Worthing, taken by John Smith on the wedding day of Deborah Bennett, an ex-pupil of The Warren School, and Gary Charman, in June 1970.
On the farm; In the Caravan
Film of the Greenyer family on holiday. Robina Greenyer and her two children, Emma-Jane and Daniel play in a hay field where their caravan is parked. Toddler, Daniel plays with his mother's cigarettes and father, Jim Greenyer, plays with the children. The hay is harvested and a the family feed a group of geese and chickens outside the caravan.
The Moon and the Sledgehammer
Philip Trevelyan's portrait of the Page family, who live in woodland near Horsham, explores their working lives, habits, commitment to steam power and familial relationships, through interview and documentary scenes.
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