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A Drama of the Thames
An amateur film with intertitles which records a family trip on two small sailing boats to Windsor. Two sets of parents are joined by their young sons as they sail along the River Thames, passing numerous other vessels, stopping for a swim, filming riverbank activities and a yacht race, and reaching Windsor where they walk past the Castle.
[Family trips and scout camp]
An amateur film of various events including a scout camp and a royal cavalcade.
This short film shows an outing to Windsor Castle, with views from the battlements and the King's foot guards dressed in Bearskin hats parading through the grounds. The site is busy with family groups exploring the grounds between buildings including views of St George's Chapel.
St. George's Cricket, Bradley
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1949?]||ID||9811|
This colour and black and white film shows scenes at an airport; a family watching a cricket match on a village green; a day trip to Windsor Castle; and steam locomotives at a station, carrying passengers and freight.
[Sunday Outings: Visit to Windsor; Campbell’s Sailing from Brighton Palace Pier]
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||9258|
An edited film showing a series of outings and leisure activities that includes: a fairground; a picnic; an outing to Windsor Castle touring the grounds; walking on the South Downs and visiting the beach below the chalk cliffs at the Severn Sisters near Eastbourne. In colour, the second part of the film shows a family boat trip, sailing from Brighton Palace pier and taking part in several sports and leisure activities.
|Date||1948 - 1958||ID||8617|
This edited black and white and colour film follows a boat trip along the Thames between Windsor and Marlow. The boat passes through a lock and past the 'Compleat Angler Hotel' in Marlow. The second part of the film shows Marlow under flood conditions ca.1950s.
A compilation of scenes from around the South East of England captured by a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers during the 1950s. The film shows a variety of events, people and places, including members of the Royal Family and the Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, at his Sussex home. This silent film includes intertitles throughout.
Riding for Joy
A series of equestrian events, mostly with children and women riders. Some of the family appear to be the same as in 'West Sussex' film. The Queen and Prince Philip appear briefly at an event with Windsor Castle in background. Includes a children's fancy dress parade on horseback, some horsedrawn carriage events, a bishop blessing the riders, riders in hunting dress, show jumping, etc. Some under-exposed sequences.
|Date||June 1952 - March 1953||ID||127|
A compilation of scenes portraying family life produced by an amateur film-maker. Members of the Ellis family and their friends feature in the film, which includes visits to local places of interest and scenes of everyday life. Although silent, the film includes intertitles throughout.
[Guides Centenary World Camp at Windsor]
A short amateur film featuring scenes from the Guides Centenary World Camp at Windsor in 1957. The film opens with a member of the Guides at home preparing to set off for the camp. At Windsor Great Park, Guides from different nations gather to celebrate the centenary; the film includes dances and performances by Guides from various countries, as well as general scenes of the camp.
Roving on Rails
|Date||1962 to 1964; 1965 [?]||ID||4828|
This film shows a compilation of the final days of steam showing: The Isle of Wight Railway; Britannia from Broad Street; Great Western to Maidenhead, Marlow; Hailsham Signal Box; Brentford Dock Branch; Somerset and Dorset Line; South Croydon Steam; Linger Line accident; Main line steam at Wimbledon; Mona’s Isle - Manx Electric and Snafell railway, Laxey wheel, Billy Cotton ad on horse drawn tram; Bullieds at Wimbledon, 1963 inc. 34059 on milk tanks. The Queen Mary and several smaller steam ships on the water.
[Darts Outing: Boating]
|Date||[29 June 1963]||ID||6403|
The continuing part of the Royal Oak Darts group on an outing to Windsor via Maidenhead, by boat (continued from TID: 6399 and TID: 6410). The group approach Windsor Castle by boat, with views of the castle, and then disembark at a pier. A man poses with a group of young women at the pier side.
[Royal Oak Outing]
|Date||[29 June 1963?]||ID||6410|
A short compilation showing the men's Royal Oak pub darts group on an outing in a Southdown Coach and later a boat. The group stop for a comfort break in a rural heath land location, to drink alcohol and play a game of short cricket, before continuing on their journey through a busy town. The group later board a ferry on a river or canal watching the scenery and other water traffic. [This may be part of the trip to Windsor via Maidenhead on 6399 & 6403?]
[Winter; Wedding; Last Trolley Buses; Hike]
This film shows the family playing in the snow and attempting to start a classic car with a hand crank. This is followed by plants in the lean-to greenhouse and shots of a friends wedding. The Fulwell Bus depot in Teddington shows the last trolley buses. The family go on several outings to Great Windsor park and the children play together at home.
[Family Holidays and Outings; Child Cleaning Fireplace]
This film shows several outings and holidays that include: Craig Goch Dam in the Elan Valley; Broadway Tower in the Cotswolds; Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire; an outing to Windsor Great Park; and the family at their home in Laleham.
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