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This short compilation shows scenes of a woman visiting Beaulieu Abbey walking through the ruins, followed by a brief scene of an aircraft flying over head [Armstrong Whitworth or similiar].
|Date||[ca. 1920s ?]||ID||8171|
This film features shots of a woman wearing trousers emerging from a beach cabin at Bognor Regis, smoking a cigarette and then walking along the beach. She's then seen in shorts. She paddles in the water.
Snaps of Bournmouth [sic]
This short film shows a group holiday to Bournemouth, with the group walking along a street; views of the beach and coastline; a woman with a camera walking on the rocks closing with views of Bournemouth pier.
|Date||[ca. 1920s ?]||ID||8172|
This brief film shows two women walking across a bridge over a river in the countryside, later seated on a style, lighting cigarettes. The film closes with the women sat in long grass smoking and posing for the camera.
High Tides & Gales
Title: “High Tides & gales”. A very short film showing scenes of a coastline being hit by high winds and rain, at a high tide, followed by a portrait shot of a woman smiling at the camera as she models.
The story of Tansy, a shepherd's granddaughter, who is adored and mistreated by the men in her life, told over nearly an hour of footage and intertitles. Scenes are shot on location, setting action in the rolling hills of the Devon countryside, as well as interior sets. Intertitle styles make visual distinctions between spoken phrases by the characters, shown in bold white type over black, and the writer's voice, which is conveyed by elaborate script over the same still image. Several interjections are made by Hepworth himself, remarking on the narrative as it unfolds.
Crawley & District Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club
|Date||1927 - 1928||ID||2259|
This amateur film captures people playing bowls, croquet and lawn tennis at an outdoor sports club in Crawley in the late 1920s.
[Visit to Foochow; Bradford Dyers Association in Shanghai]
This black and white film features coastal and rural scenes of Fuzhou with boats and smaller trading vessels in a bay. The second part of the film highlights street scenes from 'The Bund', Shanghai with interior and exterior shots of a colonial office building of the Bradford Dyers Association. Street scenes outside show everyday life, with street traders and children playing in the street.
Bognor Gazette: London Ladies MCC at Bognor
|Date||1 April 1927||ID||8161|
This short intertitled film: “Bognor Gazette: London Laides MCC at Bognor” [sic], shows several women on motorcycles driving along the seafront at Bognor on route to Epsom, wearing full motorcycling gear. A group of men cheer them on. Further Intertitles explain the race. The Epsom portion of the race does not feature on this reel.
[Summer in Bognor Regis: Couple in Garden]
A compilation that opens with a title: “1928: Let us introduce Aunty Ethel and Uncle George" showing an older couple sat on a bench in a domestic garden, the couple stand talking followed by a series individual portraits, and the couple admiring the flower beds.
[Compilation: Come to the Fair; Felix, a Live Wire; Rosie’s Nightmare; A Palace of Yore’ Hampton Court; The Merseyside Sea Scouts; Golf with Archie Compton; Australian Grape Farming]
|Date||1928 - 1935||ID||8192|
A compilation of eight films, including scenes at a fairground and Hampton Court Palace, a theatrical performance, fiction film and two cartoons and a short slow motion section showing a man swinging a golf club, all produced between 1928 and 1935 and compiled by Mr. F. G. S. Wise, a photographer from North London.
Bognor speed boat geewiz
An amateur film of Bognor Beach. Women and children sit on the groynes laughing and speedboats are filmed from the pier.
[Brooklands 30,000 Mile Trial; Vickers N230 Biplane]
|Date||July 1929; August 1929 [?]||ID||10648|
This film shows Violette (Violet) Cordery relaxing before her time-trial attempt (with sister Evelyn). This is followed by film of a bi-plane (Vickers Vilderbeast N230) at Brooklands. Scenes follow of the time trial of the Invicta car.
[Miscellaneous Topics: Abbey Ruins, Horse Riding, Winter, Africa]
Scenes of Whitby Abbey, women practicing facial expressions for the camera, and children in the snow, filmed in the 1930s.
[Miscellaneous: Guards; Caravan Holiday; Family Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1930s - 1940s]||ID||3897|
The film opens with a silent Movietone News clip covering King Edward VIII on 16 July 1936 attending the Trooping of the Colour and the assassination attempt. The next section shows the Coronation Scot rail service from Euston to Glasgow. Black and White and Colour footage shows family scenes on a camping holiday and in a domestic garden.
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