Full record for 'YACHTING HOLIDAY'

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A family having fun on their yacht on the Clyde - diving, fishing and fooling around. (clip) [74958710]

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Subjects:

  • Leisure and recreation

Genres:

  • Amateur

Decade:

  • 1930s

Title: (YACHTING HOLIDAY)

Reference number: 7156

Date: 1932*/1933*

Director: filmed by Mr W. Strang

Sound: silent

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 16.53 mins

Description: Family and friends enjoying yacht trips down the Clyde Estuary in the early 1930s. Includes shots of a variety of different craft on the river, such as speedboats, schooners, steamers and a seaplane.

Shotlist: [no title] shot of boat, two women diving off boat and swimming (0.21) shots of schooner and coastline (0.37) shots of family group? chatting on boat (1.10) gvs landscape from boat and other vessels passing (2.32) swimmers diving from boat (2.45) catching a fish from side of boat, and women lounging at stern (3.29) more landscape shots (3.51) shots of three women and captain on small yacht, shots of passing vessels and more fishing (5.14) shots of group of friends on deck, more passing vessels including speedboat (7.10) brief c/u of submarine, with men on deck (7.14) c/u shots of seaplane landing (7.27) more shots on deck and other vessels, including regatta? (9.54) shots of small waterfall (10.03) shots of gulls fighting over fish at quayside (10.55) shots of women gutting fish at quayside (11.06) more gulls (12.01) more shots of passengers relaxing on deck and other passing vessels, including a speed boat (14.39) swimmer diving from side of boat (15.08) shots from on board in rough water (15.31) more shots of diving, relaxing on deck, fishing and other vessels (16.53)

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