Brief but excellent footage of the jazz band leader Duke Ellington playing with his band at the Cotton Club in New York in the United States of America.
Ossie Clark and Alice Pollock show off their fashion designs at the Revolution club. London.
Pleasure cruises and swimming with showgirls - a Turn of the Century day at the beach.
The remarkable hairstylist "Raymond" (known as "Teasie-Weasie") creates some stunning hairdos.
Shots of Coventry - destroyed by terrible bombing raid by Germans. The King pays a visit.
Various exploits take place during the "Fleet Street Revel" when the media people have a night out.
People dressed up in fancy dress costumes for fete.
Good footage of fun at the fair - the Kursaal in Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Commander Campbell shows Grandma Buggins around a modern kitchen.
Footage of D-Day landings in Northern France - compilation of newsreel material.
Appeal film for the Council for the Preservation of Rural England - a call for National Parks in England.
A brief view of the local buildings and important sights
Britain swings like crazy as stories are gathered for the first issue of groovy new magazine 'Intro' (neg version - see note in description).
Documentary tracing the history of news reporting in the Pathe newsreel.
Pathe News titles from the early 1950s.
Pathe News titles from the 1930s (?).
Extended coverage of events surrounding the sinking of the Titanic.
Retrospective story about the life of the icon - Marilyn Monroe.
Queen Victoria arrives at a garden party to meet guests.
Beautiful stencil colour travelogue showing views of the lake district - rather scratched.
Good version of fire and crash that brought an end to the airship Hindenburg.
Women workers are on strike in London's Camden Town.
A short film highlighting the main events of war.