• Short Summary

    Review of events in 1922 including Irish Troubles, war between Greece and Turkey and developments in aviation and radio.

  • Description

    Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened.

    Reel 2.

    01:09:14 - L/S of people climbing over the statues of lions in Trafalgar Square during a demonstration about unemployment, various banners are strung about. L/S as the camera pans across the huge crowds gathered there. People wave banners which say 'Socialism' and 'National Unemployed Workers Committee' among others. M/S of George Lansbury making a speech in Trafalgar Square.

    01:09:39 - M/S of Ernest Bevin stood with some other men. L/S of long queues outside the Labour Exchange. L/S of people walking across a bridge with their suitcases, they wave. L/S as they board a ship to take them to a new life abroad. M/S as they wave goodbye from the deck.

    01:10:01 - L/S of Prime Minister David Lloyd George fishing in a river by a bridge in North Wales. C/U profile as he casts off.

    01:10:13 - L/S of the Carlton Club with crowds gathered outside, people come and go. C/U of Bonar Law, he walks out of the club with another man and poses by his car.

    01:10:36 - M/S of Stanley Baldwin on holiday in France, he is sat in a cafe with his wife, and is smoking a pipe. M/S of him stood on a platform making a speech, various shots of him making the speech, good C/U.

    01:10:48 - M/S Ramsay MacDonald at a desk, he is smoking a cigarette and signing papers.

    01:10:54 - M/S's of people queuing to vote in the General Election.

    01:11:01 - C/U of Mr Scrymgeour, prohibitionist candidate for Dundee, who beat Liberal Winston Churchill.

    01:11:07 - Good M/S of Winston Churchill being carried along in an invalid chair after a bout of food poisoning.

    01:11:16 - C/U of the front page of a newspaper with headlines 'Clear Lead of 83 for Mr Bonar Law.'

    01:11:21 - L/S's of cheering crowds in London (Leicester Square ?) on election night.

    01:11:30 - M/S of Bonar Law inside 10 Downing Street. The Cabinet take their seats around the table and the camera pans across them.

    01:11:46 - L/S of people sat on the lion statue in Trafalgar Square, crowds wave and cheer. The camera pans across lights from the advertisements in Piccadilly Circus.

    01:11:59 - L/S of an audience taking their seats in a theatre. M/S of the orchestra conductor beginning the show. M/S as the curtain goes up and a chorus line starts dancing with a man doing a solo routine at the front. M/S of a woman and two men dancing backwards and forwards. M/S of a man dancing on stage with a chorus line. M/S of Stanley Lupino who walks out wearing a stripy bathing costume, he is holding a beach ball, which turns out to be a balloon when he bursts it with his foot. He looks to see where it has gone.

    01:12:36 - M/S of Gertrude Lawrence and Herbert Mundin dressed as rustic country types. Gertrude sits on a stile and Herbert gives her a bunch of flowers then climbs up beside her. They kiss and cuddle, then look away and giggle.

    01:12:50 - M/S of dramatic scene from the play 'Mayfair and Montmatre' when Delysia is thrown down upon the stage by a menacing man. C/U of Lady Tree who wears rags and is heavily made up. She smokes a pipe.

    01:12:57 - Brief shot of people in oriental (?) costumes. M/S of a woman chained to a wall, but still wearing a glamorous dress! M/S of a couple dancing elegantly on the stage. M/S of men and women dancing in a line in more of a vaudeville style routine. L/S of theatre audience clapping enthusiastically.

    01:13:20- Title - "Time to Remember. End of Part One."

    End of Reel 2 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.

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    Black & White
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    01:09:14:00 / 01:13:26:00
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