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[Gilbert Tomes Wedding; Houses and Gardens]
|Date||1939; [ca. 1942 - 1955]||ID||9720|
A black and white film of Gilbert and Mary Tomes' wedding reception at Welton Hall, (Camberwell, London or Keswick ?) on 9th September 1939. This is followed by a much later colour film of their two of the family homes - West Wickham and Bromley, Kent, showing the gardens and two children, Barbara and Richard, playing together.
|Date||20 April 1940||ID||582|
A short home movie featuring scenes from the wedding of Evelyn and Robert Morris. The film appears to be shot by family members who are seen in the opening section of the film. The bride is seen arriving at the church, and later leaving with the groom after the ceremony. They pose with family members for photos before leaving in the wedding car.
[Wedding at Saint Mary Addington Church]
|Date||[ca. 1940s]; June 1962||ID||9352|
This edited family film features a wedding at Saint Mary the Blessed Virgin, Addington (Croydon).
[Wedding Guests and Bridal Party]
This colour and black and white film features a wedding party arriving at St George's Church, Headstone (?) followed by colour film of the newlyweds and bridesmaids having their photographs taken outside the church. The couple then prepare to leave the churchyard in a car, as the guests throw confetti over them as they leave.
[Mia Macklin's Wedding]
|Date||5 May 1940||ID||10651|
This film shows the wedding of figure skater and actress Mia Macklin to Peter Rowland Hodge. The groom is dressed in an Army officers dress uniform and the guests wear stylish outfits.
Our Family Album
A family film showing the new born baby Hedley Marcus at 12 days old, 15 weeks at his Christening and at six months old. A war-time wedding takes place and the bride stands with her new husband in uniform. Various friends or family members are filmed at the family house, along with a plane flying low over rooftops.
[Weddings, Christening and Seaside Pictures]
A compilation of amateur films which includes two weddings, a christening and outings to West Sussex beaches.
[Reg’s Wedding Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes images of two weddings - one a church wedding, the other at a registry office. There is also footage of a holiday to France, cars being loaded and unloaded from aeroplanes, an amateur cricket match, picnics, and the film-maker's children.
A wartime wedding complete with preparations at the bride's family home, the gathering at the church and reception.
[Horse-drawn Fire Engine]
A pair of newlyweds are paraded through a town centre, borne on a vintage horse-drawn fire engine.
The Last Chord: The Life Story of a Merchant Seaman
A fictionalized account of the life of a young merchant seaman, which includes footage of his wedding. The crew of the RNLI lifeboat 'Charles Cooper Henderson' rescue him after he is shipwrecked, causing great relief to his wife and child. The poetic images were originally edited to a classical score; a similar score has been reinstated for the online version.
[Wisborough Green; Trip to London; Wedding; Fair; Snow]
|Date||January 1946 - January 1947||ID||1674|
Film of the Gowlland family, featuring the children at home and on outings to Wisborough Green, London, a farm and a fun fair. They attend a wedding, and at home, the children have a fireworks display, play the piano and celebrate Christmas.
[Farming; Wedding; Child in Garden; Visit to London]
|Date||1946 - 1953||ID||389|
Home movie footage filmed by Kenneth Woolsey during the years of his marriage to Constance after the war, during visits to friends who ran a farm in West Sussex and of his son playing in the garden at their home in Shirley, near Croydon in Surrey, in the 1950s.
Colour amateur of a white wedding. The bride and groom are filmed leaving the church and being showered in confetti as they leave for the reception. The newlyweds pose with their friends and family for photographs in a garden, playing around and laughing. Some of the men start playing leapfrog.
Brian & Hazel's Wedding Oct 8th 1949
|Date||8 October 1949||ID||2409|
An amateur record of a post-war wedding. The bride and groom are filmed leaving the church and entertaining their guests at a reception in a domestic garden. After the cutting of the cake and the speeches, the newlyweds are showered with confetti as they depart on their honeymoon.
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