TWO SISTERS

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Places:

  • Perth and Perthshire

Subjects:

  • Ceremonies

Genres:

  • Amateur

People/organisations:

  • RUSSELL, Stanley Livingstone

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: TWO SISTERS

Reference number: 0323

Date: 1928

Director: filmed by Stanley L. Russell

Sound: sound

Original format: 35mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 6.00 mins

Description: The wedding of Christina Maxwell Russell and James Chalmers MacKnight at Bridge of Earn. 12th June, 1928.

Shotlist: Credits (0.10) shots of the two sisters, Connie and Ina Russell (0.22) shots of Herbert Jones, Connie's husband, with his mother and daughter, Sheena. Charles, the young son, pokes his head round the garden gate, walks up to front entrance and picks up the dog, Frisky. Shots of two children playing on the lawn (0.55) Sheena and Charles paddling at St. Andrews (1.23) The wedding of Christina Maxwell Russell and James Chalmers MacKnight at Bridge of Earn, 12th June, 1928. Shot of Downfield United Free church manse from the grounds (1.43) Ina in the garden, her husband, and the minister in the doorway of the manse. Shots of both outside the manse (2.22) Ina in a wedding dress on the steps of the manse; c/u sign: "Minister Rev. John Alexander" and then outside Dunkenny UF Church after the ceremony. Confetti is thrown and the party drive off in a car (2.44) at the reception in the garden of "Ochilview". The cake is cut and champagne is handed round. Various shots of the wedding party, family and guests outside the house and in the grounds (4.37) Dundee United Free Church and the christening of Jean Macknight. Shots of family group (5.26)