Part of the PEACE AND WAR issue.
Seaton Delaval, Northumberland.
Woman-hating / misogynist parrot. Various shots of a parrot on his male owner's shoulder. He allows men to feed him biscuits and pet him, however, he attacks any women who approach.
Father Christmas arrives by air, then hands out apples to kids from Northumberland village.
Working day of the two executives of the CEA.
Public display of nearly two thousand rare Tropical birds - great variety of shapes and colours.
Silly animal stuff - unedited Walter Futter Curiosities material.
Animals in the house of their French trainer throw a special Christmas party.
Light hearted item: the zoo keepers take their own census of the animals.
An item about an exotic themed restaurant in the Mayfair Hotel.
Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Animation featuring that naughty dog Jerry - he goes for a drive, for a fly and an underwater swim.
London's diversity celebrated - from the Lord Mayor's show to Cockney barrow boys - not very 'swinging'!
News in brief from around the World.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story featured in CP 428.
Domestically trained parrot has breakfast with his owner. Good little story
Thousands of pigeons are released in Berwick for Pigeon Derby. Northumberland.
Light-hearted survey of French drivers, comparing various types to animals.
Travelogue showing the beauty of Southern Ireland and its suitability as a holiday destination.
Material related to newsreel story "The Derby" - 63/44.
Relko wins the 1963 Derby at Epsom - Technicolor.
An elderly man feeds sparrows in the park - they come and take food from his hand.
Funny, quirky item about phrenology - reading the bumps of the head.
A Hindu religious festival - the Ganpati Procession in Bombay.
Unedited material of zoo animals. c. 1950
Bizarre game - throwing rolling pins at an effigy of a man.
Paris prepares for war with air raid drills, sand bagging and evacuating children to the country.