Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story "Flowers From The Sea" in Colour Pictorial - CP 310.
Various shots of an elderly woman, Marguerite May David-Baker, as we see her wiring together some small shells found on the Dorset coast to make the petals of flowers. Mainly the same shots as seen in the...
Flowers made from shells by Marguerite May David-Baker in Bovey Tracey, Devon.
Old baker's carts are converted into children's caravans and street stands.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for the stories featured in CP 317.
Barbara Hepworth, Leonard Fuller and Bernard Leach are some of the artists of St. Ives Art colony.
The actress Ingrid Hafner introduces us to her hobby of brass rubbing in St Mary's church in Surrey.
A look at life in the Southern Railway Children's Home in Woking, Surrey.
Marcus Adams, once famed for his child photography, makes pictures from dried flowers and plants.
A visit to a football factory plus scenes of Arsenal players practising.
Famous Personality, General Sir Oliver Leese shows us his extensive collection of cacti and succulents.
Multitalented actress Isa Miranda shows us some of her hobbies such as painting and embroidering.
The cottage that the real Old Mother Hubbard retired to in Yealmpton, near Plymouth in Devon.
Mr. Sutton cannot grow real flowers in his seaside garden so he makes his own out of shells.
An item about a man who has decorated his garden with beautiful shell mosaics.
Mr C E Palmer shows us how he makes cement teddy bears to add to his collection - most peculiar!
Painting with flower petals to decorate wells across Derbyshire - great 'petal-painted' biblical scenes.
Processes involved in making tennis rackets - from raw timber to tennis court.
Exploration of South African wildlife and Zulu culture. Great shots of rhinos and of Zulu dance.
Educational film about life on an alpine farm - the various seasons.
All-woman barrage balloon crew prepare for Services' Arts and Crafts Exhibition.
Stanislas Idzikowski, ballet teacher of Pavlova and Nijinski, carves incredible figures in wood.
Sculptor David Whipp works on a huge statue entitled 'Suffragette' in a back garden in Brighton.
A baker demonstrates his hobby, bread sculpting, and shows off some of his elaborate creations.
Entomologist Hugh Newman makes ornaments from butterflies he has collected.
Various footage of Sir Henry Wood both at work and relaxing in his garden.