Good documentary about the world in the early 1930s.
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened.
01:00:12 Singer Elsie Carlisle and her band perform a song about her boyfriend who has gone off with 'The Girl Next Door'.
01:00:58 Opening Titles - "Time to remember - a programme to take you back, however young you may be - recalled by Anthony Quayle".
01:01:20 Shots of a large group of young hikers setting off for a walk in the countryside.
01:01:43 Title: "A New Era"
01:01:50 People riding horses in Rotten Row in London's Hyde Park. Group of Guardsmen in busbies march past. More shots of riders. Ext. Shot of Stewards Restaurant and London traffic. LS of Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament).
01:02:41 International leaders gather on steps of building for Conference on economic stability and disarmament. Seven Power Conference, Ramsay MacDonald, French politicians Aristide Briand, Pierre Laval, Italian Foreign Minister Dino, conte di Grandi, and American Secretary of State Henry L Stimson among them. CU MacDonald and Germany's Franz Von Papen. VS of the group.
01:03:11 Miss Slade leads party off boat in London docks. Some way behind comes Mohandas K Gandhi (Mahatma) who is here for the Round Table Conference on India. He walks along docks. CU of him in car.
01:03:37 Gentlemen in Hyde Park. More shots of riding.
01:03:53 The Hunger march ends in Hyde Park. Shots of marchers carrying banner 'Miners March To London". Pan along row of empty coal trucks.
01:04:16 Large crowds gather in Downing Street. MS Front door No 10. Members of the new National Government come down steps into garden of No. 10 Downing St. Inc. James Ramsay MacDonald, Stanley Baldwin, Philip Snowden and Sir Herbert Samuel. Shots of them posing for cameras - including J H Thomas and Neville Chamberlain. LS of speech by Stanley Balwdin, Neville and Austen Chamberlain are also there.
Continued on next reel.