London | 1930 | Silent | B/W
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Four separate films. Both two and three are covering the opening of Lambeth Bridge (2) and North London Exhibition (3). 1930's
1. Busy street scenes with horse drawn carriage, trams shot from a moving platform (could be London in the 1900's).
2. The opening of the new Lambeth Bridge, London. Shot of the bridge lined on either side of the roadway by crowds. Shots of Lambeth Bridge, London from further down the River Thames. The Houses of Parliament are in the background. A barge passing under Lambeth Bridge.
3. Lord Mayor and Sheriffs of the City of London open the North London Exhibition at Alexandra Palace. Shots of Alexandra palace's exterior.
4. Women lying in the sun on a lawn surrounded by trees ('sunshine and fresh air cure all ills'). The women start talking to each other and then dance an odd ballet. Three women dance in the garden clothed in leaf dresses (the film calls them three Eves). (Isadora Duncan style?)
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