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Title: (COCOZZA FAMILY RECORDS)
Reference number: 1185
Director: [filmed by Enrico Cocozza]
Running time: 21.00 mins
Description: Compilation of various family shots of the Cocozza family, including a wedding and a picnic in Kelvingrove Park.
Shotlist: [see also ref 5097, of which these opening shots duplicate] shot of family, boy eating ice cream WEDDING BELLS! bride and groom exit church, and are showered with confetti, photographs are taken (0.44) A HORSE LAUGH! brief shot of a horse (0.50) LOVERS IN THE GARDEN! shots of Enrico Cocozza's parents sitting in a garden being joined later by other members of the family (1.35) END OF PART ONE - Continued in Part Two (1.44) [blank] (1.46) [BW] No credits. Various shots at a wedding and shots of people in a garden (1.55); Shots in Kelvingrove Park with the family and shots of Glasgow University (6.20); Family picnic at the seaside (9.00); [COL] Shots of a young boy in Kelvingrove Park. He clambers to see ducks, cuddles toy dog, plays with flowers he has picked (11.01); [BW] Shots of people boarding 'Hutchisons' private hire bus, bus travelling along a road (12.15); Buses at riverside bus park (12.40); Shots at the riverside, including shot of two men in a boat / dinghy (13.24); Exterior shot of the Crown Hotel and shots of people enjoying a meal (13.35); Shots of people walking through countryside, and enjoying picnic (14.50); Interior shots of a tearoom (15.40); Close-ups of people in a car park and of the bus driver starting the bus by cranking the starting handle (17.24); Shot of group of people at lochside and having a picnic. Glass bottles of lemonade are distributed, everyone enjoys picnic on hillside, men play game of football (20.38)
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