Members of a pony club attend a camp and gymkhana at Bagshot
An item showing the polo match for the "Ecila" Cup between Robins and Swallows at Phoenix Park in Dublin.
We see a team practising at Cabra for the Irish Polo season.
Shetland ponies on farm at Leamington Spa.
A day in the life of a young page boy.
Young Robert Brown trains to be a waiter at the Savoy Hotel. London.
London's new hotel, Hilton, opened.
Wildlife and diverse scenery on this visit to Tsavo National Park in Kenya.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 321.
Material relating to newsreel story "Princess in Kenya" - 52/12
Pearly Kings and Queens from around London attend a Christening in Southwark.
Pearly Kings and Queens at St. Mary-le-Bow in support of Lord Mayor's Bow Bells appeal.
Dutch eel boats moored on the Thames - men transfer eels from boxes to buckets.
Joe Noble's cartoons explain various phrases from cockney rhyming slang.
Item about bus conductor family.
The development of road, rail and water transport in Britain - focuses on nationalisation in 1947
Footage of Green Line double decker bus in operation. Chiswick, London.
Riding and walking in Hyde Park, London.
Scenes of elegant Paris at the Turn of the Century.
Post boxes are attached to the front of the trams in Liverpool to provide an extra service.
Railway train moving slowly through station and past camera.
Busy London street scene.
Various shots red Double Decker bus on the route to West Croydon.
Colour item about crown jewels at Tower of London.
Ravens at the Tower of London.
Footage of Hindu dancing accompanied by an Indian orchestra.
A traditional Indian dance is performed by dancers Radha and Krishna.
Captain H.C. Gray achieves a new record when his hot air balloon hit new heights.
Documentary about RAF cadets at Cranwell College.
A compilation of shots of Spitfires in action.
Great shots of Piccadilly Circus as we see a policeman going about his work.
Police practise responding to typical situations 'on the beat' - an accident, a fight & in court.
Great film showing police dogs in action - searching for contraband and attacking criminals.
London police demonstrate a new radio system.
Various 1930s shots of traffic in the heart of London.
Schoolchildren from Dunstable work on the land. Bedfordshire.
Troops march through city streets during parade watched by cheering crowds.
Beautiful vessels set out in the Tall Ships Sailing Race from Plymouth to Lisbon.
Testing bullet-proof cloth, seagulls in slow motion and small huskies in training.
Fishermen in coracles in Wales and a dog called Gypsy shows how smart she is in a garden.
Documentary tracing the work performed by the R.S.P.C.A. looking after horses.
A baker demonstrates his hobby, bread sculpting, and shows off some of his elaborate creations.
Great film contrasting bread making in caveman days with modern methods.
A goat and pig are mascots of a limestone quarry.
Men are trained in techniques for driving large bulldozers.
A hydro electric power station is being built near Mallaig in Scotland.
Stone quarrying and views of the quaint town of Chipping Camden in Gloucestershire
Dance teacher Santos Casani demonstrates the Slow Fox Trot.
Good shots of Charleston and quick shot of Rudy Vallee.
Good footage of people doing the Charleston and Jitterbug at the Harvest Moon Ball.
Material related to newsreel story "Rock and Roll (aka Rock und Roll)" - 56/93.
Dancers hit full tilt as they dance in a Twist Competition from Holland.
London Festival Ballet performs in Prague.
Royal visitors visit Waitangi and are greeted with traditional ceremonies and dancing.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, tour New Zealand and we see various customs and traditions along the way.
A Travelogue of New Zealand's North and South Island.
Maoris have a ceremonial feast and dance a Haka.
Pathe's final gazette issue features colour item about Australia and New Zealand.
Yekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev performing in Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.
Close up shots of Robert Baden-Powell giving rousing speech.
Story showing how modern the girl guides are in 1969 - adventure holiday and Gang Show footage.
Boy Scouts inspected by their founder Col. Robert Baden-Powell.
Sheep are herded, sheared and the wool is sent to Sydney where men bid for it in the Royal Exchange.
A liner bringing immigrants to Australia is welcomed to Sydney Harbour.
Good item about sheep shearing in Australia.
Twelve months in life of an Austrian farming family.
Footage of Australian Royal Show in Melbourne, Australia.
A look at tennis players since 1900 as Wimbledon 1967 starts.
Mr H. Alexander drives his Ford car up Ben Nevis in Scotland, it takes him 91/2 hours.
Party of hikers and ponies climb Ben Nevis, highest mountain in British Isles.
A group of mountaineers scale the Gabelhorn mountain in the Pennines.
When a climber falls down a mountain a rescue squad spring into action to bring him down to safety.
Steve May and his pet eagle in Warrandyke, and Surfing Championships at Manley. Australia.