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The Steyning Line
|Date||6 February 1965||ID||2848|
Two amateur film-makers record a journey on the Steyning Line from Christ's Hospital to Brighton made one month prior to the lines closure. The film shows the entire trip, including the car journey to Christ's Hospital station, and includes views from the diesel train of the countryside and stations on route. The film also features scenes of Brighton as the men make their way from the Station to the seafront and back before making the return journey.
A member of Brighton & Hove Cine Club records everyday scenes in Brighton and Hove during the mid 1960s. The film is a compilation of events, people and places.
The gardens of Brighton and Hove, including Pavilion Gardens, Victoria Gardens and the Willow Pattern Garden at Preston Park, filmed by Michael Gillings in the mid 1960s. Also included are views of a domestic garden in Hove.
[Military Vehicles; Etc.]
|Date||[ca. 1965 - 1966]||ID||7001|
Remembrance Day firing salute and parade on Brighton Seafront, and Hove Town Hall, badly damaged after a recent fire, filmed by Michael Gillings in the mid 1960s.
Hove Town Hall Demolition
The remains of the 1882 Hove Town Hall the morning after a fire destroyed much of the building. Fireman dampen down the interior of the building which is still smouldering. Scaffolding is erected to begin the demolition. The destroyed Great Hall is filmed and workman use a crane to hoist the bells from the clock tower onto the back of a waiting lorry.
BBC Radio Brighton
|Date||[1967 - 1968?]||ID||3539|
An amateur film which charts the early days of BBC Radio Brighton. The film includes scenes of the offices being converted, the station manager touring the region, and recordings on location. The station's first transmission officially began on the 14th February 1968, though it made unscheduled broadcasts in December 1967 to cover local severe snowstorms.
The weddings of Spencer & Susan and David & Kay
A short home movie featuring scenes from two weddings. The first part of the film features black and white footage of Spencer and Susan on their wedding day, including Susan leaving a house in New York Street, Brighton. The second part of the film includes colour footage of David and Kay on their wedding day at St. Peter's Church, Blatchington.
Six Short Films with the Theme of "Help!"
Albany Productions presents... six films with "Help!" as their theme, produced for the 1966 Short Film Team Contest. Short comedy sketches are set in a lift, on the beach at Hove and Brighton, in an ambulance and the home of a vicar, whose quest for a wife to do the dishes doesn't quite go to plan...
St. John Ambulance
|Date||1966 - 1967||ID||3620|
This film produced by the Sellaby House Film Group promotes the work of the St. John Ambulance first aid charity. People are involved in accidents in four fictional scenarios. The film shows the wrong and then the right way to administer first aid in each situation.
This is a short amateur film made by a member of the Brighton and Hove Cine Club. The opening of the film shows Hove Town Hall after it was destroyed by fire; the middle section shows scenes from Horsham, including The Causeway and Carfax; with the end fclosing with scenes showing a hunt meeting at the Fox Public House at Patching.
[At the Seaside]
Amateur film about the services provided by the State including education, health and leisure. The film shows scenes of Brighton and Hove town and seafront, accompanied by a commentary.
An experimental film which includes a series of spilt images throughout. The images appear as two circular pictures horizontally placed side by side. Scenes include a child playing, fairground rides, gardens and lakes at Wakehurst Place and the miniature railway at Hove Park.
[Architect’s Model of Town Centre]
Film of a scale model of the proposed new buildings for Hove Town Hall in 1968.
[Dancing at Barnado’s and Michelham]
Dance performances by girls at a Barnardo's home and by a group performing in the grounds of Michelham Priory in East Sussex, filmed by Stanley Dudkin in Summer 1968.
[Jean Ramsey’s Dancing Show]
Stanley Dudkin films girls at a Barnardo's home performing ballet and folk dances, and documents games at a garden fete in 1968.
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