The following THEMED shows are also available:
Films about all types of transport: cars, trains, planes, ships and trams.
THE SING-A-LONG SHOW
An 'all music' show with songs from both sides of the Atlantic and spanning the 1930s to the 1970s. Some have the 'bouncing ball' for audience participation.
THE 'ROCK AND POP' SHOW
Music films and documentaries featuring rock and pop acts from the 1950s to the 1980s.
THE SWINGING SIXTIES
Featuring the news events, culture, music and people making the headlines in this colourful decade.
THE SATURDAY MORNING PICTURE SHOW
A show to bring back memories of those Saturday mornings at the 'flicks' during the 1950s and 1960s, with a mix of cowboy films, cartoons, comedies, ice-cream adverts, trailers and, of course, cliffhanger serials. Keep the noise down!
BRITAIN AT WAR
Newsreels, public information films, adverts and wartime entertainment films from Britain and the USA.
EAST ANGLIA ON FILM
Documentaries, newsreels and home movies featuring the towns and cities, coastline and countryside of the East Anglia region.
THE CHRISTMAS SHOW
Films with a 'Christmas' theme.
A brochure containing a full list and description of the super 8 films is available on request.
As an alternative to a super 8 show, a range of films is also available on the 16mm gauge.
A 16mm film show has better picture quality and will give a brighter image, and is more suited to a larger sized room such as a village hall. The films on this gauge include documentaries, comedies, newsreels, musicals etc, and also home movies shot in the East Anglia region from the 1930s to the 1970s.
A separate brochure containing titles and descriptions of all the 16mm films is available on request.
For clubs and societies more interested in local history, I can present a show consisting of home movies shot in the East Anglia region. These films date from the 1930s to the 1970s and are on 9.5mm, standard 8, super 8 and 16mm film.
Details of the 8mm home movies and the 16mm home movies are contained in the brochures. Stills from these films can be seen on the next page.