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Wedding party scenes filmed in a garden in Pulborough, West Sussex, by Mr. Glaseby in the 1930s.
This Dufaycolor film shows a wedding procession and the crowds assembling outside a church. Two people are seen getting into cars parked on a residential street. This material is very dark and poor quality, picture detail is very limited.
[Games and Frolics at Army Camp; RAF Wedding]
This film is divided into three sections - the first [not included in online clip] is of a group of Queens Royal (West) Surrey soldiers on a training camp messing about 'car sledding'; the second is of an RAF officer's wedding day showing the groom and guests in full RAF dress uniform and busby, and the third, is of a mixed group of adults in their late twenties early thirties, on holiday (?) at a lodge next to a river.
[Bognor; Derby; Wedding; Hendon]
|Date||28 June 1930; 3 June 1931||ID||10144|
This black and white film consists of four parts: a young mother and child swimming and playing on the beach at Bognor; scenes of horse racing at the Epsom Derby; family scenes and a wedding; and views from the Hendon Air Display. The extensive Derby and Hendon sections make up the majority of this film.
[Seaside at Westgate; Wedding]
This film shows a group of friends on a visit to the beach, sitting on the sand and playing ball. The film then shows the wedding of Monica and Jim, with the guests arriving, the bride and her father and the bride and groom leaving the church after the wedding.
[Garden Scenes; Wedding; Family Scenes at Sandbanks]
|Date||1931; 1933; 1934||ID||5415|
This black and white film opens with family scenes featuring Austin Reed in a garden with the family, followed by scenes of a family church service wedding and a family holiday to Sandbanks, Dorset (?). The family relax on the beach, swim in the sea and enjoying a sea fishing trip aboard a boat.
[Family Barclay Film I; Fair; Wedding; Pool; Holiday]
A compilation of family scenes filmed on holidays, outings, picnics and trips to London, Sussex and Essex in 1932.
[Croydon Aerodrome; Margaret's Wedding]
|Date||1932; 27 March 1943||ID||2741|
In 1932 patriarch Moses Nightingale takes his family to view the biplanes at Croydon Aerodrome. Many of them gather again eleven years later for the wedding of his granddaughter Margaret Payne to Captain Jim Walker of the Royal Norfolk Regiment at All Saints' Church, Sanderstead.
[Travels to Burma and Egypt]
|Date||1933 - 1935||ID||3229|
A compilation of amateur films detailing the travels and living experiences of a White-European family in Burma (now Myanmar) and Egypt during the mid-1930s. Various film sections have been edited together in a random order, and the resulting sequence is therefore not linear.
A wedding film, with joyous family portraits. The guests are seen laughing and fooling around for the camera, with short sequences at the church and reception.
A charming amateur film with intertitles which lovingly chronicles the residents, workers and events which populated the Kent village of Speldhurst in the mid-1930s. The film includes images of the 1935 Silver Jubilee celebrations which took place locally.
[Keeping Chickens. Susan’s Wedding]
|Date||1935 - 1940||ID||395|
Scenes filmed in the garden and orchard of the amateur film-maker, Kenneth Woolsey's, mother and father, prewar and after 1939; his mother feeds the chickens and evidence of bomb blasts are shown. Kenneth's sister Susan is married in Winter 1940.
[Tenby. Phillipa’s Wedding]
Margaret Payne is joined by friends and family on a grass tennis court, on the beach, and at (Tenby?) train station. On 18th September 1935 she acts as bridesmaid for her father's cousin Phillipa Payne on the occasion of her wedding to Hubert Killick at All Saints' Church, Sanderstead.
[Hunt; Weddings; Garden Scenes]
A film showing a fox hunt meet, along with several weddings and family scenes in a garden filmed by Ernest Shippam in the mid 1930s.
This colour tinted film shows a wedding at a suburban church (possibly in London?). Guests arrive and go into the church, followed by the bride. The guests and the wedding party then exit the church to attend the reception,accompanied by members of the Lockwood family and other guests at a suburban home.
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