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[Weddings and Holidays]
|Date||[ca. 1950s - 1960s?]||ID||3841|
Scenes of newly wedded couples outside churches in a haze of confetti and holidays in the Isle of Wight and Somerset, filmed and compiled by Mr. Lambert.
Youth in Danger
Southwick Players Film Unit present... a morality tale for the youth of Southwick and Brighton. Jeff is put off by the thought of the youth club and gets into trouble on his night out. Later, Jeff discovers the club is more fun than he was expecting.
Do You Know Your Sussex
This film takes the viewer on a brief tour of Sussex towns, villages and places of interest, inviting us to guess the identity of each location as it appears in the film. The answer is revealed with an inter title after each place featured. The film was made by Mr Phil Ellis, a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
[At the Seaside; Camp; Baby; Toddler]
|Date||[ca. 1950 - 1952]||ID||241|
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils building sand sculptures on the beach at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys enjoy the amusements on the pier, including dodgems and a rollerskating rink, and swim in the sea. The film-maker also films his young grandchild as a baby, and later as a toddler exploring the grounds at the Martello campsite.
[Holiday to Bournemouth [?]]
|Date||[ca. 1950]; [ca. 1953]||ID||4455|
Interior, seaside and village scenes, including those filmed at Bournemouth in Coronation year, 1953, by an unknown film-maker while on outings and holidays.
[Southend Pier; Garden Scenes; Scotland; Miss Great Britain Competition]
Scenes filmed at Southend Pier, on holiday in Scotland and during a Miss Great Britain competition in Morecambe [?], and of older family members in a garden, by Frank Creasy of Wadhurst East Sussex in the 1950s.
[Narrow Gauge Railway; Christening; Eastbourne Beach; Children]
Footage taken by Frank Creasy, of family members, including two young children, at Eastbourne Beach, christening, holiday and at home, during the 1950s.
[Father Neptune; Beach Snapshots part 3]
|Date||1950 - 1952||ID||9253|
A compilation of films made by Brighton Swimming Club member Roger Dunford, featuring swimming club members, activities and related scenes on Brighton beach from the early 1950s.
[Outing to Windsor Castle. Seaside Scenes. London Visit. Brighton Seafront. Holiday in Blackpool]
Family holiday scenes to Brighon, London and Blackpool, where major monuments and tourist attractions are visited, and some domestic garden scenes, filmed by an unknown photographer.
An extended and intertitled film showing two boys going on an outing to Hastings, visiting the gardens at White Rock with views of Hastings Pier, Pavilion and Bandstand; followed by an outing to the Pett Levels on a bus.
This short home movie features family members on holiday in Bognor Regis during the 1950s. The film includes games on the beach, as well as general shots of the town and seafront, including the pier. The film also includes some scenes shot at the Royal Hotel where the family appear to have been staying.
Brighton in Coronation Year
|Date||1953 - 1954||ID||120|
A film made by a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers which features various aspects of Brighton during the centenary year of 1953, including parks and gardens, festivities and other events. The film is accompanied by an occasional commentary which gives key facts about the history of Brighton, together with an upbeat soundtrack throughout.
[Balcombe to Brighton]
This colour film provides a portrait of life in the seaside town of Brighton. The journey opens with the film-maker boarding a Southern Train at Balcombe Station to arrive at Brighton. Mixed views follow of the roads and streets along the seafront, viewing the Old Steine, Victoria Gardens, Palace Pier, Volk's Electric Railway, Peter Pan's amusement park and playground, and the sea front towards Hove Bowling Green.
A publicity film made by local photographic shop owner/film distributor/amateur cameraman, promoting Brighton as a seaside resort, focusing on the town’s attractions and architecture.
[Christening; Birthday; At the Seaside; Day Trip to Eastbourne]
This film shows several family gatherings that includes a Christening at a church with a party at the family home,followed by a fancy dress birthday party with a chocolate train cake. The second film shows a family trip to the seafront at Brighton and Eastbourne, closing with shots of the Western Lawns in Eastbourne being used as a camp site, views of Eastbourne Pier, the bandstand and a panoramic view of Eastbourne from Beachy Head.
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