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[London Airport; Newhaven; Bodiam; Eastbourne; Car Journey through Sussex; Devon; Model Boats at Hove; Shoreham; Penshurst Place; Autocross at Ninfield; Drusillas Zoo]
|Date||1969 - 1971||ID||4164|
Heathrow Airport traffic, The Royal Sovereign light tower under construction at Newhaven harbour, Eastbourne Seafront, a drive through the villages of East Sussex, school boys on a trip to the Bluebell Railway, Hove boating lake, a helicopter and vintage car display, and car races near Battle, filmed by Henry (Harry) Colley between 1969 and 1971.
This titled film shows the Linehan family on holiday in Lugano, Switzerland and in Venice, Italy. In Switzerland the family visit several small villages, markets, board the 'S Gottoberg' to tour Lake Maggiore (?), ride the funicular railway up San Salvatore mountain, and visit a Swiss Miniature model village. In Venice the family tour the Grand Canal with views of Piazza San Marco, Basilica, Doges Palace, bridges, and make a brief visit to a Murano glass furnace.
[Bluebell Line; Sheffield Park; Devil’s Dyke; Hever Castle]
This film shows the family visiting The Bluebell Railway with shots of "Bluebell 323", the signal box at Hortsed Keynes station, and the "Earl of Berkeley" engine stopping to pick up passengers with shots on board one of the carriages. The family have a picnic at Sheffield Park, with views of the house, lake and gardens. They then visit Devil's Dyke and Hever Castle and Gardens.
St James's Park
This colour film with narrated voice-over narrative and and music soundtrack, features a brief history of St James's Park, London and the proximity to Buckingham Palace, Horse Guard's Parade and Whitehall. A flypast of military aircraft and Concorde are captured on film, as they pass overhead. The film has animated opening and closing titles.
A two part travelogue film showing a holiday to various locations in Poland including Krynica, the Carpathian, Tatra Mountain ranges, Morskie Oko lake, and Warsaw with Chopin's birthplace, the Old Town Square, Zygmund Column and the President's Palace. [Only a short clip from Part 1 is shown online].
A compilation of amateur material featuring a number of people known to the film-maker. Set in and around Arundel, the film captures kite flying at Goodwood, visits to Tortington Park,Swanbourne Lake, Leonardslee and Parham as well as the beach at Climping in winter and the River Adur.
[School Project: Boats]
Form 1 boys at Burwood Park School for the Deaf in Walton-on-Thames design, build and test boats on the lake they have built from balsa wood in 1971. Much of the film is constituted of close-up footage of the boys' hands as they work through each stage of the project.
[A Glimpse of Yugoslavia]
This amateur travelog-style documentary explores the former country of Yugoslavia supported by a voice-over and commercial music soundtrack. The film tours the regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia; visiting areas of cultural note, markets and countryside.
This titled film shows the family on holiday in Austria, visiting Badgastein, Grossglockner Mountain, Hohe Tauern mountain range, Kölnbrein Dam, Heiligenblut, and Zell-am-See. The film shows the family boarding a plane, taking photos at their hotel, touring the countryside capturing panoramas of the alpine view, lakes and Kölnbrein Dam. In Heiligenblut and Zell-am-See, the family tour the towns, and watch a cage-style train carry vehicles up the mountain.
Sheffield Park Garden
A short amateur film from the 1970s featuring a family visit to Sheffield Park Garden, East Sussex followed by scenes of a woman sat in the back of a car filmed in slow motion. The film then shows a group of adults walking in a woodland and hitting golf balls in a park (?).
[Summer at Avebury]
The film opens with tents pitched on the bank of a lake. Motorbikes are parked alongside the car tent and caravan. Family scenes show the Woodwards with their dogs by the lakeside. Young people (perhaps friends of Woodward's daughters) sit on the motorbikes and chat. A National Trust sign for 'Windmill Hill' (a causeway enclosure) is shown followed by shots of several standing stones at Avebury.
This colour amateur spoof comedy documentary on the mining of treacle at Chailey, attempts to explain the historical process of mining and refining the treacle before being sold for consumption. The film also includes the 'invention' of the toffee apple and transportation of finished products. The film has opening and closing titles with commercial music and voice over narrative.
Zycie Jest Piekne; Trip to Poland
A two part travelogue film showing a holiday to various locations in Poland, including Gdansk, Warsaw and Ostroda. [Only a short clip is shown online].
East African Safari
This amateur colour travelogue-style wildlife documentary shows a group safari tour in the Nariobi, Tsavro, and Sarengeti National Parks in Kenya and Tanzania. The film, accompanied by a voice-over and sound effects, describes the characteristics in behaviour, diet, and habitat preference, of a variety of native animal and bird species seen throughout the tour. The film features dubbed animal and ambient background sounds.
This film shows the family on holiday in Wiltshire, West and East Sussex and on a day out to the National Trust property, Bateman's, plus a visit to the gardens and grounds at Sheffield Park. The family also visit relatives at Christmas time in Devizes and spend some time at home managing the gardens.
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