CARAVAN FILM. CRAIGELLACHIE

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Places:

  • Invernesshire

Subjects:

  • Leisure and recreation

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Home movies and videos

Decade:

  • 1940s

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Title: CARAVAN FILM. CRAIGELLACHIE

Reference number: 3414

Date: 1949*

Director: filmed by Mr. Murray

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 11.30 mins

Description: A family caravan holiday near Craigellachie, and footage of a caravan rally.

Shotlist: [COL. Kodachrome] group of people having a picnic beside caravan. Children playing a game of catch (2.08) [BW] family in and outside caravan with Pekinese dog (3.10) ext. of Fiddichside Inn; men and women working on an allotment; and shot of railway porters at Craigellachie station (3.37) family leave house and get into a car, playing to camera (4.03) footage of caravan park (5.08) girl walking over rooftop structure; sitting with a terrier (5.49) van crossing Craigellachie bridge (4.50) brief shots of speeches, and group photograph being taken by flagpole [flying Saltire with letters SCC] (7.22) group emerge from caravan one holding Pekinese; shots of with caravans driven into caravan park; gvs caravans and groups chatting (10.11) caravan owners seated in a large group near to the flag; individuals are presented with prizes (13.52) general shots of caravan park; pan over adjoining golf course (15.25)