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[Boat from Italy; Pyramids; Air Show; Picnic]
White-European travellers depart from Italy by sea, playing deck games as their journey gets underway. During his trip to Egypt the film-maker climbs one of the Pyramids, filming a panoramic shot from its zenith. Elsewhere, biplanes perform displays in tight formation. The film ends with footage of a multi-generational picnic.
At Home and Holiday Scenes
This film mixes home movies taken in and around Brighton and Hove, showing Tanner family life and local points of interest, along with landscape holiday footage from Naples and Monte Carlo.
'Travel.' Memories of a Journey from India to England
An amateur film-maker records the people and places on his journey from Calcutta to Pompeii, travelling by rail and by motor ship.
[Journey Through the Mountains]
This film shows a couple travelling through the Swiss Alps towards Italy in an open top car. The couple visit a harbour and the Middle Bridge (Mittlere Brucke) in Basel over the Rhine. Shots of a mountain range near St Moritz, and a hotel surrounded by a snowy landscape are followed by a tour of Italy visiting Bologna and Florence.
Views of Rome filmed by Ernest Shippam in 1931, followed by portraits of a nun - Sister Joachim in a chapel garden walking with several children and a younger man.
Amateur footage from the late 1930s of the buildings, bridges and canals of Venice. The film-makers capture the atmosphere of the city, filming it both from land-level and from a moving gondola.
[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.
[Lt M. C. Grant in the Army and Skiing]
Scenes at Dover where a ferry to Calais is being loaded. Lt M.C. Grant and other soldiers are seen at the Harbour. There are various scenes of their travels through France and Italy, showing the Alps with panoramic views of the mountains, and Lt. Grant skiing. There are also scenes of military vehicles.
[Lord de L’Isle being awarded the Victoria Cross]
A British Movietone newsreel entitled "A Family Habit" showing Major William Sidney being presented with the Victoria Cross for conspicuous gallantry during fighting on the Anzio bridgehead. His father-in-law Field Marshall Lord Gort, who is present in an unofficial capacity, congratulates him after the ceremony.
This film shows a family leaving to go on holiday to France, Switzerland and Italy by car and train.
Scenes on board a P&O cruise ship filmed by Joseph Emberton. The film features various games and activities centred around the ship's swimming pool and on deck. Daughters, Gillian and Jocelyn, aged in their teens/early twenties, are filmed playing deck games; the coast line and city of Venice are filmed from the ship as it passes the coasline.
A Trip to Italy
Film of a couple on holiday to Italy. They travel on board the 'Kenya Castle' cruise liner to Gibraltar, then onto Italy, visiting Viareggio, Pisa, Rome, Cervia, San Marino and Florence. The film has inter-titles throughout.
This colour travelog style documentary film, made with commentary and music, shows highlights of a three day visit to Venice, by Gilbert and Mary Tomes aboard a gondola, touring the Piazzas, Campi and historical buildings along the Grand Canal.
[Italy: Venice; Lake Garda]
This compilation for holiday film shows highlights of a family holiday to Italy, touring Lake Garda and Venice by Gondola on the Grand Canal. In Venice the family visit a glass factory in Murano, and tour the Piazza San Marco, and Basillica. The film is inter-cut with shots of the family home and garden in England.
[Holiday in Italy]
This film contains scenes from a holiday that the Dickins family took to Italy in 1958. They stayed on Lake Como in Cadinabbia, but also visited Bellagio, Milan and Venice.
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