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[Miscellaneous and Seaside Scenes]
An Amateur film of the Sadler family and their friends, featuring the Weymouth Agricultural Fair and a procession through Chichester, amongst various family scenes.
[Children at Play; School Sports; At the Seaside; Garden Scenes]
In a collection of family scenes children play with toys in the garden as their parents look on, and take part in a school sports day, before a trip to the seaside featuring boating and donkey rides. Later back at home, a garden picnic, a game of women's golf putting, children driving toy cars and camping under a tent with a picnic.
[Film crew and railway carriage; Friends at country house and visit to Beachy Head]
A compilation showing a wedding, filming a professional crew filming a train scene at night, friends larking around at a big country house in the garden playing with a small Bull dog, a visit to a park and subsequent visit to the cliffs at Beachy Head over looking the lighthouse.
[Bognor Beach; Cowdray Park; Family Scenes III]
Members of the Flavell family and their friends are recorded playing in the garden of a family home, and on the beach and in the sea at Bognor Regis. The children go on pony rides along the sandy beach and partake in group exercises. They also play with each other and with their toys in the garden, including a yo-yo.
[Miscellaneous Family Scenes II]
|Date||1934; 1937; 1938; 1946; 1948||ID||3232|
Home movie material from the 1930s and 1940s which records members of the Flavell family and their friends partaking in various leisure time activities during the summer months. The compilation contains some early non-red Kodachrome.
A Filmic Review No: 1
|Date||[1934 - 1935?]||ID||1114|
A compilation of amateur material which includes footage of some of London's famous landmarks, such as Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, the floats being paraded at Birchington Carnival, Beaulieu Abbey, Cobham's Air Display, Margate's seafront in the height of summer, and Land's End.
Motoring Holiday in Devon and Cornwall
A home movie with intertitles which chronicles a holiday around the Devon and Cornwall coasts. The camera focuses on the holidaymakers and on the coastline, capturing images of beaches populated by sunbathers, swimmers and body-boarders.
[At the Seaside]
Family film showing children playing at the seaside, divers at St Leonards Lido and children in a domestic garden.
[Toddler and Family; Garden Scenes; Beach Holiday]
This family film features Stella and her family at home and on an outing to a seaside. The family also visit their holiday home and a small playground and zoo.
East Dean and Eastbourne
This edited black and white film was captured by Mr Corder while on holiday with Kathleen (his fiance) and her family(?) in Eastbourne, East Dean, Beachy Head & Birling Gap (East Sussex) and the surrounding countryside.
[Scouting; Bank Holiday at Hastings; Visit to London; Holiday in France]
A home movie compilation which includes footage of Scouts, Cubs and Rangers on camping trips; events at Hastings over a Bank Holiday weekend; a visit to London and a holiday in France.
Cine Scrapbook 1935
Scenes of the 1935 Jubilee Drive and Royal Procession and family outings to Clacton, Jaywalk and Eastbourne, the first film produced and compiled with intertitles by Mr. Lambert.
[Holidays in Scotland]
|Date||August 1935; September 1936; 1937; 1938||ID||1442|
Footage of harvest time and a trip to Scotland, featuring a stay at Gleneagles and a visit to the Forth Bridge, are followed by scenes of summer holidays in Felpham, West Sussex.
[Whitsun Tea Parties; Beach; Boating; Bike]
|Date||May 1935 - June 1935; May 1936 - June 1936||ID||6086|
Film of the Newman family with friends and on holiday. Amongst other activities, they have tea with friends on Whit Monday and travel with their daughter to Bournemouth where she plays on the beach.
[Otford Methodist Church Events]
|Date||11 July 1935; 18 July 1936; July 1938; 1 July 1939; 10 July 1939||ID||6129|
Film depicting an outing to the seaside, interspersed with short 'safety films' such as a Charlie Chaplin sketch, and Popeye. The outing is possibly a trip with the Church to Folkestone, during the summer of 1936, and later in the summer of 1938.
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