Caught by the Camera - a model of the liner "Empress of Britain"; a roller-skating championship in Milan; 17th century cannonballs found in Budapest; and buffalo in Naples.
Item title reads - CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA (NO. 97).
01:58:48 - L/S of liner "Empress of Britain" being launched. Various shots of a model of the ship built by Dr. Rex Stansfeld of Hailsham. A lady launches it into a big pool while people stand around and watch. M/S as the doctor pilots the ship around the pool by wireless.
01:59:39 - Milan, Italy. M/S of a couple competing in a roller-skating championship. They skate together and make various shapes, including the letter 'W', while people watch. M/S of little boy skating around.
02:00:07 - Budapest, Hungary. M/S of workmen working on the site of a demolished house. M/S's of 17th century cannonballs found at the site. M/S as the men roll the heavy balls up a wooden ramp, C/U of one.
02:00:39 - Naples, Italy. L/S of a field full of buffalo, various shots of little ones. M/S of one with its calf.