Beautiful early colour item - girls posing in their undies.
Lovely film showing the daily work of nurse in a tuberculosis unit for children.
Nifty new handbags, suitcases and leather devices are shown - couple of great novelty items.
Leslie Weston sings a song about how terrible life is once you are married.
Great "turn" - Lily Morris dancing and singing "Don't Have Any More Mrs Moore."
Various acts at Murray's Club - Daly Sisters, the Three Equals, Musty the Mysterious etc.
Mighty bed - get it and you won't need to get up. Rather like the Internet but more comfortable.
Camp fashions for men by designer Dale Cavahnaugh.
A fabulous 'Elephant Trunk' quiff is created for a teddy boy at Cyril's Hairdressers.
Winnie Ryland and her acrobatic dance act - from PT 260.
An introduction to this season latest furniture designs by Christopher and Anthony Heal.
Engineering students invent a motorised bath, seen in Kingston, Surrey.
Boys from the Outward Bound School in Aberdyfi, Wales go mountaineering.
Pathe celebrates 50th anniversary of film.
Murgatroyd and Winterbottom (Frankau and Handley) in seaside sketch - from PT 275.
Inventiveness takes over the British as things become scarce in wartime.
Marvels of 50's comprehensive education - boys are operating machines while girls cook and iron.
Fabulous story allows us a peek at the glamorous life of a Bunny Girl.
How to impress women - leaping over gates and hedges apparently!
A look at some of the latest fashions on display at the first International Fashion Fair.
Four models take part in a fashion shoot on H.M.S. Victorious in Portsmouth.
Soldiers and German prisoners at first aid post plus dead German soldiers in trenches.
Old fisherman makes hat for young lady from rope and fishing net.
Children at a holiday camp in Kent enjoy games and competitions.
The very latest in swimwear is modelled - nice posing by the river.
Footage of the front-line servicemen in action including ARP Wardens and Firemen.
Fantastic film showing the forerunner of the Sony Walkman - tuning control is in a garter!
A hands free umbrella is attached to the shoulders with the handle down the back leaving you free to carry your shopping.
Models display the very latest designs in hats inside a Mayfair florist shop.
Fashionable hats for women inspired by armed forces, with hat pattern by Anne Edwards.
Children in beds outdoors at Heatherwood Hospital are looked after by smiling nurses.
New ideas and inventions, including some great motorcycle goggles with windscreen wipers.
Film demonstrates multiple uses of caravans - recommended to 'revival of the 60's design' searchers.
Good item showing housewife Mrs Mary Cannon dealing with rations etc. on day to day basis.
Champion cyclist Eileen Sheridan trains in her garage in between her housewife duties.
Lovely film of an all girls holiday in an "Adamless Eden".
A glamour filled item filmed at the Nylon Fair's fashion parade.
Large and slim men fit into cut out shapes in a competition at Butlin's Holiday Camp, Clacton in Essex.
Item showing A.R.P. warden Griffin at work, he is 3 feet 11 inches tall. Mill Hill, London.
Brilliant invention measures the power of teenage snogging.
Nice film showing the beetroot harvest in Holland - mostly women at work.
Wonderful '60s fashions with bells on are modelled in the grounds of Woburn Abbey.
Fast and furious macaroni eating race at Butlin's Holiday Camp in Clacton, Essex.
Women getting up to all sorts - cross country running, flying a plane, walking to work etc.
Vernons Girl Margaret Stredder visits the opticians and tries on some wild spectacles.
Shocking 60's fashion - green, white, golden nail polish, Mary Quant dresses, different colour toenails.
An item about a quirky new craze at Butlin's - sun tattoos!
Britain swings like crazy as stories are gathered for the first issue of groovy new magazine 'Intro' (print version of story, in correct order).
Item which seems to say the swinging youth are responsible for mass demolition of old London buildings.
A cake in the shape of St Paul's Cathedral is decorated at Percy Ingle's Bakery.
Good item showing young women called The Three Cuties performing an energetic tap dancing routine in white top hat and tails.
A new game, The Twister, is demonstrated by teenage couples at a Butlin's Holiday Camp.
Tiny children demonstrate their ballet skills in the open air - gorgeous.
The girls from the Windmill Theatre and Murray's Cabaret club practice bowling for a showgirls league.
Lovely footage of shoes, ankles and legs. The latest in footwear is modelled.
Tea party for elderly people in garden of Orsett Lodge Hospital.
Young lads take part in activities at the Outward Bound Mountain School.
Good item showing a girl painting liquid stockings on her legs and drawing seams up the back.
Fabulous and bizarre earrings are modelled in a shop in Soho called "Going Gay".
Scenes taken in the studio for use in the newsreel as link shots between stories.
Cameramen pretending to film.
Great new exercise machine is demonstrated by foppish Spanish type and some showgirls.
An item about the re-emergence of the pogo stick craze!
A story about a race where adults are pushed around a course in prams at Butlin's in Clacton.
Mothers lectured on childcare by health visitor and children examined by doctor - in country pub!
Light-hearted item about clothes rationing.
The river replaces the seaside for wartime holidays.
Great garden without sweating - demonstration of devices which make gardening simple.
The Scottish Centre for Outdoor Training holds courses for schoolchildren and the Forces in the Cairngorms.
Ronald Frankau cracks a few jokes and sings "Don't Let's Sing About the War".
Saucy story shows girls modelling mens' shirts before a group of salesmen.
Glamorous showgirls at The Windmill Theatre knit woollen poodles for hospital children.
Models parade some elegant fashion garments in leather and fur.
Comedy Jewish double-act, Abe and Mawruss, perform sketch - 'Another Misunderstanding'.
Woman demonstrates an easy way of keeping butter cool without a fridge.
Pathe pays tribute to housewives for their war efforts.
Footage of the inventor George Truro demonstrating his new fire proof suit.
Man carries his young daughters around beach using milkmaid's yoke!
A hiking couple carry their baby along in a wicker basket.
Babies beauty contest - dog show type of judging but babies make fantastic faces.
Chorus girls have a game of baseball under the guidance of Ernest Truex.
Actress Wilma Vanne shows how to make a bathing costume out of seven face cloths.
Children have a bun fight as part of an advertising gimmick for a new floor mop.
Beatnik girl is transformed into a glamorous young lady at beauty parlour, Mayfair London.
Bathing belles are seen posing at the beach.
Women exercising and having treatments at Britain's first Beauty Farm.
Jackie Kelk enters a beauty contest then makes a frock for the winner Tracey Ingram.
The premiere of the Bells of St Mary's at the Savoy Cinema, Dublin
A look at Mr and Mrs O'Hare and their 16 children at home. Anfield, Liverpool.
Fabulous story shows girls making bikinis from tea towels and modelling them in a competition at Butlin's.
Super sporty girl flies aircraft, rides motorbike, plays football etc. and still has time to darn a sock!
Nice keep fit footage - girls wear swimsuits or leotards.
Footage of designer Miss Ashfield making protective rubber boots.
Women boxers - 1910s style contrasted with modern boxers of 1920s.
Amphibious caravan for dream holiday - a week in the countryside and a week at sea (or river). Great!
All-weather gaiters are shown to the camera - lots of nice leg shots.
Motorised tricycle is demonstrated - the inventor is stopped by a policeman who checks his licence.
Great film contrasting the elegant women of yesteryear with modern sportswomen.
A new kind of bicycle is taken for a spin in Paris.
A look at the tug of war competition at the Lyons' waitresses' annual sports day.
Item about super healthy Australian toddler, Henry Morton.
Inventor Tom Hancocks demonstrates his new motorised roller skates.
Silly film showing a man who is having a bath suspended below a hot air balloon!
Glamour girls at the zoo - they bath a baby elephant and brush the skin of a camel.
A pretty bra is made from some handkerchiefs.
Novel folding chair is demonstrated - a hoop for holding a walking cane and a place for hat & briefcase.
Keep fit routine demonstrated by Edith Mezey.
Novel beach outfit - tabard and skirt are removed to reveal a swimsuit underneath.
Road safety ideas for walking and cycling during the blackout.
Footage of blind gentleman at work in his garden.
Scantily-clad showgirls try out hiccup cures in a dressing room at The Gargoyle Club in Soho, London.
Working mothers take their children to a day nursery in old convent building. London.
Fashion item about how a woman can make the same dress look completely different everyday.
Destroyers at sea and sailors marching through city.
New household appliances - early dishwasher and water disposal unit.
Jack Birkett is a "toy doctor" - he fixes broken dolls at Hampstead Day Nursery.
Barry Elder mends Brigit Master's doll at his Dolls' Hospital in Hammersmith, London.
Sentimental story about a donkey who is trained to climb stairs in order to visit a sick child in bed.
Women at work on a farm in Watford.
Inside Pathe film laboratory.
Remarkable story about a homeless man who is given a makeover.
A new way of keeping a slim figure is demonstrated - vigorous leg manipulation!
Great film showing beach scenes at Ostend - lovely changing huts and glamour girls.
Wonderful film about the change in size of women's swimsuits - they just get smaller and smaller!
Women perform various sports and exercises - water skiing, horse riding, keep fit, roller skating etc.
Shell explosions and bombing on Western Front.
Fun and jolly japes in the Campers' Pool at Butlin's Holiday Camp in Clacton, Essex.
Little film showing a few tips on how to present food graciously.
Stanley Turner was once blind, an operation allows him to see his home and family again.
Ministry of Information trailer encouraging people to donate blood.
Nice footage of women learning archery - taught by an American Indian.
Nice shots of schoolboys learning how to cook and sew.
Tornado Smith takes his pet lioness for a walk and an alfresco breakfast.
Woman seductively models the latest in underwear.
Great film showing popular party games of the 1920s.
Item about vicar and wife who live in a caravan, Kent.
Glamorous comedy duo the Carson Sisters sing comic song - "We're Digging for Gold".
Fantastic film showing a new invention - button-up rubber stocking protectors!
Footage of crowds packed outside West End cinema. London.
Fabulous cheesecake item showing glamour girls picking oranges - gorgeous.
Brilliant story of parsons at play at a Butlin's Holiday Camp during a clerical conference.
Great footage of a groovy coffee house in Kensington.
Larger women are advised not to wear bright red frocks - more "slimming" styles are suggested.
Good item showing servicemen convalescing at a hospital somewhere in England.
Terrifying film about using the same fabric for clothes, curtains and furniture.
Pictorial reporter John Parsons searching for pretty women on the streets of London.
Pathe News reviews 1956 - a year of turmoil.
People interviewed in street all agree German POWs should be sent home.
This item shows the delegates at Four Powers conference in Munich, and Neville Chamberlain' s triumphant return with Hitler's signature and hopes of peace. London.
Shots of cinemas advertising ambulance benefit.
Exterior shots of cinemas.
Documentary tracing the history of news reporting in the Pathe newsreel.
Crowds and horse racing at 1919 Grand National.
We should bomb Berlin - think people on the streets of London.
King reviews Royal Navy in Portsmouth.
Truly hilarious pastiche of the "March of Time" film series - chimps make a newsreel!
Crowds gathered at the Cenotaph to pay tribute to the dead with a minutes silence.
Pathe in London link up with Paris and New York to improve international news coverage.
Footage of the Steeplechase de Paris horse race in progress.
Beach and swimwear modelled in London.
Coverage of the famous Siege of Sidney Street in London's East End.
Good item showing dress rehearsal for first television broadcast after the war. London.
Great footage of Pathe staff at work in their Wardour Street offices in Soho.
American aviator John Moisant arrives in Rainham, Kent, having flown from Paris.
Excellent footage of teenager dancing to the music of Humphrey Lyttleton and his band.
Illuminated lights of London including News Theatre.
Good footage of London traffic, bus advertisements and jay walkers.
Footage showing events around the siege of Sidney Street in 1911. Compelling stuff!
Footage of a Malta convoy battle in the Mediterranean.
Malta convoy fights off attacks in the Mediterranean and arrives in Malta.
Very good shots of motor racing in France.
Men and young boys on mountain hike plus train on mountain railway.
Various shots of the signing of the Munich Pact.
Item showing newsreel cameramen from different companies filming in Southampton.
Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany is in hiding at his castle in Oehls.
Nuns attend evening classes to learn practical skills they can use at their convent.
Shots of defendants in dock and exterior of courtroom.
Abandoned tanks and bombed out buildings - signs of continuing civil war in Spain.
Crowds turn out of the Empire Theatre in Leicester Square.
Early method of producing sound film is demonstrated.
In record time and with few casualties Anglo-French troops take over the Canal Zone.
Great shots of the BEF coming home from Dunkirk.
Television studio in Alexandra Palace, London.
Football - unemployed men from St. Mark's Fellowship beat the team from Oval House in the London Occupational Shield. Wembley Stadium.
UN take-over starts and the first British Unit withdraws from Suez Canal.
Amazing footage of men experiencing treatment for shell shock.
Amazing footage of men experiencing treatment for shell shock.
Amazing footage of men experiencing treatment for shell shock.
Pitch invasion at first Wembley FA Cup resulted in all ticket games ever after.
Good footage from the Western Front during the First World War.
Pathe cameraman Terry Ashwood takes a break in Cairo during Desert War - duplicate story.
Disturbing footage of shell shock victims, before and after treatment.
Nice footage of British soldiers cooking Christmas pudding in makeshift stove in trenches.
Turn of the Century scenes of people enjoying a funfair with swings and roundabouts.
Nice shots of mobile generator outside British Pathe's office in Wardour St, London.
Pathe News titles from the 1940s.
Queen Elizabeth II visits BBC Lime Grove Studios - good shots tv programmes being made.
Pathe News director Terry Ashwood operating camera - used in New Pictorial title sequence.
Pathe cameraman Terry Ashwood reports from desert.
Events of 1914 - World War One begins and the recruits go off to fight.
Chamberlain makes second trip to Germany to see Hitler; news of Czech mobilisation breaks.
A report on the latest in the German - Czechoslovakian crisis.
Newcastle United beat Blackpool 2-0 in FA Cup final at Wembley and receive cup from King.
Newsreel cameramen are not allowed inside Wembley to film the Cup Final between Sheffield and Arsenal so they film it from above in a helicopter.
Footage from 1912 & 1913 Derby with suffragette Emily Davison running into path of horse.
Nazi leaders are indicted for their crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg tribunal.
Unique motor racing car is demonstrated for the Pathe camera.
Film industry appeals for lower taxes.
Wonderful promotional film made for soap company Hudson and Knight.
Fantastic look back at entertainers, celebrities, theatrical entertainments, authors and artists.
Rehearsals for the stage show Belle of New York at the Daly's Theatre.
Documentary film about 1938 - people become aware of the growing threat of war.
Documentary film about events of early months of 1940.
Scenes from 1916 - From the Eastern, Western and Home fronts.
Scenes from life at the turn of the century - life in Britain and around the world
Documentary film about the years 1905-1910, a period of technological and political change.
Early film of a cycling competition from France.
Street scenes in London around Piccadilly - during tube strike or closure?
Huge flower parade in Lincolnshire - Dutch floral artist hired to help!
RAF supplies bound for Biafra remain at RAF Lyneham as Nigeria refuse military aid.
Oxford win the Boat Race of 1923.
Footage of election night at Trafalgar Square in 1964. London.
The British evacuation of Port Said is under way.
British soldiers in trench warfare, including some genuine footage from the Battle of the Somme.
Harrowing pictures from inside Belsen concentration camp.
British troops in France during World War One.
Good C/U of a Union Jack flag.
War cameramen prepare to leave for the Western Front, London.
The Cameramen's Derby at Runnymede.
Footage of newsreel cameramen who filmed the D-Day landings. London.
Fascinating film featuring Richard Todd - talking up the cinema industry. 1958 or 1959
Footage of Charles Pathe - probably outside the Pathe building in Wardour Street.
News Theatre in Birmingham celebrates 21st birthday.
Pathe looks deeply into the issue of the Cinema Tax.
Chris Kelly talks to Pathe staff about the history of the newsreels.
Men get facials at beauty salon in London.
An item showing some of the young hopefuls in Pathe's Beauty Competition.
Documentary following the Rover BRM Gas Turbine car as it is entered in the 1963 Le Mans race. c. 1963
One of the greatest pop songs of all time performed as the Barbican is built around the band.
Lovely travelogue showing holidaymakers having fun in Devon.
German women keeping fit with the Athletic Wheel - a sort of human sized hamster wheel.
Men from Royal Australian Air Force practise ballet dancing in tutus for their review.
Various camera tricks are used to spice up an aviation film.
In the chase towards equality, women are still bent on keeping their looks - claims film. Glamorous & cool!!!
Girls in the Legat School of Ballet doing Yoga exercises to improve their dancing technique.
Stunning aerial shots of snow capped mountains.
In wake of Nazi war criminal hangings, Pathe asks should we screen official film of executions.
Item made up of memorable and historic news stories to celebrate Pathe's 50th anniversary.
Various shots of troops and ships in the D Day invasion fleet.
Assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia and Mr Barthou the French Foreign Minister.
German prisoners being rounded up by British soldiers in 'the latest push' of First World War.
British soldiers advance across field, hidden by smoke shield.
People queuing in a city street - good shots of people fascinated by camera!
Pathe enquires into the seedier side of London. Pornography, clubs and prostitutes.
Rehearsal for Queen Elizabeth's Coronation, London.
Nice shots of Pathe cameraman Frank Bassill in naval uniform operating camera.
Nice shots of an unidentified French town - including a cinema owned by Pathe Freres.
Germany's crimes are no longer a secret.
Trailer urging people to see Pathe News coverage in this cinema because it won't be televised.
Item showing 'Campbell Cricket' gyrocopters in flight. Newbury, Berkshire.
Army in attack, firing guns, buildings burning, parachutists dropping. Sunken ships in Canal.
Item showing women factory workers in Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
Pathe go out into the streets to ask people about the Fuel Crisis and the position of Mr Shinwell.
French item tracing history of cinema in France.
Item showing Indian troops training and in camp during World War One.
Promotional film showing the suitability of British Pathe to make TV commercials.
After D-day landing on Normandy beaches, allied troops press on into rural France.
As Israel invades Egypt, France and Britain are on the move to protect Suez Canal.
Jarrow Crusade to re-enter working environment takes them to London. Excellent
New Jensen car is converted into travelling office - on display at Harrods.
Footage of Sir Malcolm Campbell braking land speed record on Lake Coniston in the Lake District.
Documentary about the work of the Pathe Film Studio - shots of a small studio at work - Good Stuff
Men in the street are interviewed as to their opinion on the prospect of Conscription.
Crowds in London wait to hear declaration of war, August 1914.
The crowds return to west-end cinemas. Excellent footage throughout.
Allied armies invade Normandy coast of France - D-day landings.
Footage of Charles Pathe shown in tribute after his death.
Terry Ashwood documents attack on desert convoy with his camera.
Dog called Bessie climbs up a tree in Highgate.
British troops leave Egypt and UN troops take over.
Nasser challenges the West by seizing the £35 million a year Canal Company.
Coronation of the Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey - ceremony in the Abbey.
Coronation of the Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey - Abbey ceremony & parade.
Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Various people give their opinions on equal pay for women.
Evacuation of BEF (British Expeditionary Force) from Dunkirk beaches.
BEF troops getting on various boats in channel of Dunkirk and leave for England.
The classic Newsreel story of the rescue of British troops from the beaches of Dunkirk.
Item showing people and traffic on foggy day in London.
A factory in London manufactures wigs which resemble The Beatles' haircuts.