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Monte Carlo, May 1929
Home movie material of a holiday to Monte Carlo and Eze. The holidaymakers explore the historic streets of Eze, visit The Palace in Monte Carlo and watch the changing of the guard, walk through several public gardens, and look out over Monte Carlo harbour.
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.
This black and white film documents the family's trip aboard the SS Homeric, stopping off at ports along the route: Gibraltar, Barcelona, Monte Carlo; and Tangier (?). With views of local attractions, hotels and scenery, from a moving vehicle and on foot.
[Holiday in France]
|Date||May - June 1952||ID||1461|
A trip from Grenoble to Cannes through the Maritime Alps is followed by a journey along the coast to Juan-les-Pins, Monte Carlo, St Jean de Luz and Biarritz. The film ends with a trip to the Loire Valley in Northern France, and its many châteaux.
Europe June 1953 [Part 1]
The first part of Mr and Mrs Gowlland film of their holiday with friends, touring around Europe in their car, visiting France, Monaco, Switzerland, and Austria. They pass through Reims, Dijon, Juan Les Pins, Cannes, and Nice in France. After Monte Carlo, they travel to Ascona, the Rhone valley and Luzern in Switzerland and Brand in Austria.
[Beaulieu-Sur-Mer and Surroundings]
This edited colour travelogue made with commentary and music, documents a family trip to Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Laghet and Eze in France and Monte Carlo in Monaco. The film features Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco at the christening of their second child.
1: Riviera; 2: [Easter Parade Hyde Park]
Two films from the Gowlland family. The first shows Mr and Mrs Gowlland on holiday on the Riviera. They travel by BEA plane to Nice and stay in Monte Carlo where they film the main sights in the town and surrounding area and the local Citron festival and carnival. The second film has scenes of an Easter parade in Hyde Park showing crowds and the passing carriages.
The Riviera; [France Italy and Switzerland]
A family holiday to France, Italy and Switzerland. As well as footage of a variety of towns and beaches, there is also footage of monuments, including the Tower of Pisa.
[Italy: Ist Trip to Alana Menad [?]]
A home movie made by Horace Sheppard on a holiday trip with his wife Dorothy. The couple travel on a coach through France, Switzerland Monte Carlo and Italy. The film focuses on the passing towns and landscape, as well as sights visited at the various stops on their journey.
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