MOVIE ARCHIVE

  We hope you enjoy these video samples.
   Each clip has been adjusted to playback over the Internet and to do this the picture quality is slightly reduced.
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   (Please note - customers DVD's will not contain text during playback as seen in some of the following video samples)

 
 CINE MONTAGE 1

 


 XMAS MONTAGE



 
    WATFORD TOWN IN THE 1920'S                

     We are fortunate to have as part of our local history
     this unique piece of film taken of Watford town centre              during the 1920's.
 
     This film was part of a larger consignment of film
      material covering over fifty years of local history.

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    SKIING IN THE ALPS MONTAGE       

     Another montage from the archives filmed in the 1960's
     Look out for the lace up ski boots, certainly different
     from the modern ski boots of today

 












 

   
 
   HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU

 

   Edited Super 8mm cine with original audio plus dubbed
   guitar music. Filmed in the early 1980's

   The song 'Happy Birthday to You' was written in 1893 by          two U.S teachers, Mildred J. Hill and Dr Patty Smith Hill.
    The original lyrics were 'Good Morning to You'.

   In 1988 the rights of the song were sold to Warner                  Communications for an estimated $25 million. 
   The birthday tradition is now celebrated around the world         with customs as varied as our cultures.

    

 

 

   
    
   CND MARCH IN LONDON

    The CND symbol as shown in this video was created
    by the British designer Gerald Holtom. 
    The first public viewing of the symbol was during the fifty         mile march from London's Trafalgar Square to the
    weapons factory at Aldermaston in 1958. .

    CND otherwise known as the
    'Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament'
    never registered the sign as a trademark, stating that
    it is ''a symbol of freedom and it is free for all'.








 

   
    CINE MONTAGE 2