WILSON COLLECTION

Family scenes, showing an old lady in garden with toddler on her lap, and a young boy taking off his school cap. (clip)

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Subjects:

  • Home life

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Home movies and videos

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: WILSON COLLECTION

Reference number: 1977

Date: 1930s

Director: [filmed by Mr. Wilson]

Sound: silent

Original format: 9.5mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 36.00 minsc

Description: Family scenes in a garden, at the seaside, enjoying the Jubilee celebrations of 1935 and the opening of the Empire Exhibition.

Please note that Reel 4 is the only one available to view at present, the remainder is on master film format only.

Shotlist: [Please note Reel 4 is the only reel to have been transferred and therefore accessible on tape format]

Reel 1
[BW&COL] No credits. Family in garden and at seaside. (c4 minutes)

Reel 2
[COL] No credits. Shots of family. (c8 minutes)

Reel 3
[BW] No credits. Family and unidentified features. (c8 minutes)

Reel 4
[BW] No credits. Jubilee 1935/Coronation 1937 - bunting in streets of Port Glasgow. Family holiday. Launch of a ship. (c8 minutes)

Reel 5
[BW] No credits. Miscellaneous family scenes. Dockers knocking off. Opening of the Empire Exhibition [Pathe]. Family scenes. A parade, gala queen, snowball fight. Launch of a ship (c8 minutes).