Full title reads: "London. 'We're all proud of you Mr Mollison!' Hero of Australia-to-England record flight, adds England-to-S. Africa record to his and Britain's Air 'Laurels'".
C/U Mr James A Mollison speaking to camera. He says that the record breaking flight shows what...
Pilots Amy and Jim Mollison arrive at a station and discuss their next trip.
Sir Alan Cobham sets out with his Air Circus on tour of the nation.
Excellent retrospective looking back over 50 years - this reel features entertainers and leisure.
Shots of the two aviators Jim Mollison and Amy Johnson who have announced their engagement.
Aviators Jim Mollison and Amy Johnson (also his wife) by his plane - he plans a record flight.
Aviation's first couple - Amy Johnson & Jim Mollison - receive great welcome in New York.
Aviator Amy Johnson receives a rapturous welcome on return to England after flight from South Africa.
Sheila Scott leaves on solo round the world flight from London.
Scenes from "Here Comes the Bride" starring Jean Colin, Edmund Gwenn and Clifford Mollison.
Filmed interview with Amelia Earhart after her transatlantic flight.
Amy Johnson arrives back in England to warm welcome, having flown from South Africa.
Great footage of the entertainment at the Film Ball held at the Royal Albert Hall.
Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
F/O Clouston and Mrs Kirby Green arrive home after record breaking flight to South Africa.
Excellent retrospective looking back over 50 years - this reel features great sporting events.
Good coverage of Amelia Earhart's Atlantic flight - including references to her previous journey.
Amy Mollison flies a passenger plane to France for a British Company.
Quick library compilation of shots of Amy Johnson and her husband Jim Mollison.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Aviators Jim Mollison and Amy Johnson (also his wife) discuss plans for his flight across the Atlantic.
A famous American Polo trophy is brought for an exhibition in London.
A look at the obsession with speed and travel during the late 1920s.
Excellent documentary about women's lives in the 1920s - great commentary by Joyce Grenfell.
Famous music hall and variety singers perform "The Sob Song".