Unused / unissued material - location and dates unclear or unknown.
Title reads: "Hey Ho - many a year ago!" Eve's Film Review Item.
Intertitle reads: "Over 30 years ago when many of us were toddling infants, one of the first screen 'comedies' saw the light. It was about a man and...
Material relating to newsreel story "Heat Wave" - 52/54.
Advertising film for the new Folies Bergere Revue.
What the modern girl of 1932 was up to - rowing, football, decorating, keep fit etc.
Documentary film about the years 1905-1910, a period of technological and political change.
Excellent documentary about women's lives in the 1920s - great commentary by Joyce Grenfell.
Early colour film - nature study, American writers and artists and a visit to Guatemala feature.
Lots of clips featuring fast boats, cars, trains, greyhounds, rowing teams etc. c. 1927
Fun on the water - a motorised raft and four girls on a punt.
Two women construct a fold-out boat then go for a spin on the river.
Gevachrome print of the Pathe item G891 about Henley Royal Rowing Regatta.
Elegant crowds at the famous Henley Rowing Regatta.
Fun at an outdoor swimming spot in London - not identified - nice shots of girls in swimsuits.
Story about women rowers.
Fishing scenes - pulling in nets, rowing boats, killing large salmon.
A girl with her hands tied behind her back pulls a boat full of men across a river - bizarre!
Scenic views of the Norfolk Broads mostly shot from on board a boat.
Great film showing the need for playgrounds to keep children amused.
Dora - a young girl - stands on the back of an elephant and dives into a river off a bridge.
Various scenes at a regatta - possibly Henley regatta.
Closer look at Easter across the country.
Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Nice travelogue through Switzerland - also happens to be an advert for the Wolseley 1500 saloon car. c. 1959
Photographic techniques are demonstrated including flash photography and back lighting.
Fun and games at an Agricultural School Camping Ground in South Africa.