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Ramsgate: A Picture to Remember
A publicity film for the Kent resort of Ramsgate. The film advertises Ramsgate as a popular seaside resort with a variety of activities to tempt visitors.
[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.
BBC Radio Brighton: Christmas at Pestalozzi
|Date||18 December, 1972||ID||8103|
A BBC Radio Brighton edition of 'Sussex Scene' from 1972. The presenter, James Parr, visits the village to explore how the Pestalozzi children celebrate Christmas at the village.
Everyone in the "Sleezy Saloon" winds up dead after a series of men try to bring in a wanted man. A western comedy by Albany Cine Club filmed in Southwick Scout Hut, produced in 1974 and directed by Sid Mitchell, the club's chairman. The film has a piano accompaniment through most of the film.
The Old Violin
An Albany Cine Club fiction film of 1976. A man tells the story of a magic violin, which once saved a pub from a disastrous fate and still hangs on the wall in the pub, just in case the same fate should strike again.
Village Jubilations: Rustington Silver Jubilee Celebrations
This amateur film was produced by the Littlehampton & Rustington Cine Club and features Jubilee celebrations organised by the Rustington Jubilee Committee throughout 1977; the film is accompanied by a commentary.
H.M. Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Celebration at Lindfield
|Date||7 June 1977||ID||3518|
Silver Jubilee celebration events take place in the village of Lindfield, including planting trees, marching bands, sack races and raft competitions on village pond.
[Trooping the Colour; Military Tattoo]
This film opens with a brief scene showing a group of women in a garden smoking cigarettes, followed by shots of flowering plants and flowers in pots, on the patio. The next sequence shows scenes from the Queen's Birthday celebration (Jubilee year) of Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Parade. [not included in online clip] Scenes of crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace to watch the RAF flypast and the Royal family on the balcony following the event.
We Don’t Do These Things Every Day
This is a compilation of: a domestic family film; a short travelogue film of the Stefan Batory ship in Tilbury Dockyard; the seaside resorts of Torquay and Brighton in late summer; and a winter wedding at St Peter's Church in Ditton.
Steam Rally; Borde Hill
This short film features several family visits that includes a Steam Rally at Tinkers Park, Hadlow Down in East Sussex (?) and a visit to Borde Hill, West Sussex during the late 1970s. Shots include close-ups of several Steam traction engines, tractors, standing engines, a motorcycle stunt rider in slow motion, trade stalls and jumble sale. The final part of the film shows two children playing in the garden at Borde Hill.
This short colour film tells the story of a little girl and her beetle, who is accidentally released from a matchbox by a family member. The film is edited to the Melanie Safka song 'Alexander Beetle', adapted from the A.A. Milne poem 'Forgotten'. The film has opening and closing titles.
Bell ringing at Newdigate Parish Church and scenes of bell manufacture at Whitechapel Bell Foundry, produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in 1981.
[Hythe Venetian Fete 1983]
|Date||17 August 1983||ID||893|
The Hythe Venetian Fete of August 1983 is captured on this amateur film. The opening of the fete is conducted by the mayor of Hythe. Decorated floats process along the Royal Military Canal with spectators and the judges looking on. After dark, fireworks are let off and illuminated floats process for a second time. A commentator narrates each float.
A Little Fragrance Clings to the Hand that Gives you Roses
This amateur colour comedy drama about a woman who is sent all the gifts mentioned in the Christmas carol '12 Days of Christmas' by her admirer.
Canterbury Cathedral Choir - North American Tour 1987
This film follows the Canterbury Cathedral Choir as they tour North America, with accompanying commentary and music.
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