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[Dog at Play; Royal Funeral Procession]
|Date||[ca. 1936]; 28 January 1936||ID||5407|
This film shows a pet dog running around a domestic garden [not included in online clip]. This is followed by highlights of the state funeral procession for HM King George V.
[Family Scenes; Boating; Children]
|Date||[ca. 1937 - early 1940s?]||ID||5422|
This family film features Stella Reed and her family on a beach holiday, on a pleasure boat trip, in a garden, and in the countryside. One of her sons learning how to swim.
[Athletics; Socialising; Prize-giving; Dam]
A set of films made in 1937 and 1939. The first part depicts various sports, an in-doors party, and the awarding of prizes by Nazi officials. The second part features a doubles tennis match and a visit to a dam.
[Grant: Voyage to America]
A voyage aboard the RMS Queen Mary to New York City, with a tour of several landmarks, a trip on the Elevated Railway, the district of Harlem and Coney Island. The trip includes a flight aboard an aircraft to visit the Niagara / Horseshoe Falls and later the return trip on the RMS Aquitania. The colour has a red cast and is de-saturated.
A film comprised from a range of scenes, mostly depicting friends enjoying their time at Rustington Lido holiday camp in the 1930s. Games of tennis and rugby and scenes showing friends laughing and chatting and playing practical jokes on one another.
|Date||[1937 - 1946?]||ID||1141|
A compilation of films beginning with the Coronation procession of King George VI, followed by wartime parades in Sevenoaks.
|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.
A thirty minute film by architect Joseph Emberton recording scenes encountered on a business trip to New York in 1938, accompanied by Leonard and Doris Thompson, owners of the Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The film features scenes aboard a cruise liner and in New York, Coney Island and Atlantic City.
Presenting Gay, Grim & Graceful
A compilation with intertitles showing a range of activities including displays by Egerton's First Scout Group and by school gymnasts, children enjoying sports day races, deer hunting with hounds, workmen making breeze blocks, wood and coal being prepared for fuel, and women demonstrating aerobic exercises.
[Chichester; Agricultural Show; Tour to Italy; Wittering]
A family film portraying an archaeological dig, Weymouth agricultural show, a tour through Italy including visits to Rome and Naples and various family scenes featuring members of the family and friends.
This series of amateur films shows several constructed narratives based on Hinchliff family life, including the mother learning how to drive, eating a banana played backwards and two stop frame animated films.
[Plane Flying; Reunion]
|Date||28 May 1938||ID||8976|
This film shows several officers meeting each other on a RAF base (Tangmere?) dressed in flight suits and uniforms. The officers are then seen messing about on an airfield and climbing on the wing of a Gloster Gladiator. The officers may be from RAF 1 and/or 43 Squadron based at Tangmere Airfield (?). The film is very dark in parts.
Ottershaw & Sunnymede 1938
This colour edited film follows the change of seasons in 1938 at Eric and Eileen Giles' family home in Ottershaw and his father's house 'Sunnymede' in Chobham. The first part shows the house, garden and family at Chobham. The second section is at the house in Ottershaw and shows the garden changing during the seasons.
This edited colour film shows the Giles family on holiday in East and West Wittering with their boat, at a holiday home and on a beach.
Lab [Beach; Lancing College; Countryside]
|Date||[ca. 1938 - 1940]||ID||9798|
This edited colour and black and white film shows the Corder family on an outing to a beach; Visiting Lancing College and having a family picnic in the countryside. Several military aircraft are spotted by the film-maker flying overhead whilst the children splash about in the sea.
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