Britain In Colour In The 1930s

  |  Buy to Own: 25/07/2011
  |  25 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Innovative documentary which takes black and white footage of Britain in the 1930s and transposes it into colour. Using hand stencilling techniques, Pathe Pictorial colourised black and white reels to provide a fresh look at the Britain of this period. The films comprise: 'A Shropshire Gem', 'London's Lungs', 'Along the Trees', 'The Palace of Stuarts', 'Down the Rheidol Valley', 'Glimpses of York', 'When Henry I Was King', 'The Broad-Acred Country', 'Lakeland Glimpses', 'In the West Country', 'Down in the Forest' and 'The River'.