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TOPICAL BUDGET 233-2   [Original Title]

ARMCHAIR COOKERY   [Alternative Title]
SAUCY ARETHUSA'S CAPTAIN MARRIED   [Alternative Title]
FATHER DECORATES SON   [Alternative Title]
PARIS EXPRESS DISASTER   [Alternative Title]
IN HONOUR OF CANADIANS   [Alternative Title]
Land: Great Britain
Year of origin: n/a
Genre: n/a
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Production company: Topical Film Company


Schlagw├Ârter: British Army, Canadian army, Cookery, Cooking, Cuisine, Disfigurement, First World War, France, Great War, Infantry, Injured people, Military honours, Preparation of food, Rail crashes, Rail disasters, Railway accidents, Railway disasters, Saint Margarets, Soldiers, St. Margaret's, Train accidents, Train crashes, Train disasters, Troops, Weddings, World War 1, World War I, World War One, Wounded, Wounded and injured people, WW1
IN HONOUR OF CANADIANS The Canadian Overseas Forces commemorate at St. Margarets Westminster, the anniversary of the landing of the first Canadian contingent in France. Canadian troops marching down stret. Troops outside St Margaret's, some entering (70). PARIS EXPRESS DISASTER Fourteen persons were killed and forty injured in an accident to the Paris Express at St. Denis. The train collided with a goods truck which had been shunted on to the wrong line. Long shot of wrecked coaches. Men standing around the derailed locomotive. View down at wreckage and debris scattered across several lines. Men working among the wreckage (127). SAUCY ARETHUSA'S CAPTAIN MARRIED Captain Bomville [sic] of H.M.S. Arethusa married to Miss Alexandrina Van Der Heydt. The people of Tamworth turn out in large numbers to see the famous bride and bridegroom. Crowd watch wedding party walking up church path. Bride escorted by a young man. Captain and Mrs Domvile leaving the church. Guests walking down the church path (188). ARMCHAIR COOKERY Mr W. Lawton the barrister-chef straps up his right arm and demonstrates how disabled soldiers can cook their own dinners. Preparing an omlette, peeling potatoes, which are cooked on a collapsible gas stove. Lawton, seated at a table fitted with various contraptions, peeling potatoes fitted on a revolving spit, stirring eggs in a clamped basin, and setting up a small collapsible oven on the table and puting a variety of dishes into it to be cooked (255). FATHER DECORATES SON The Military Governor of Paris pinning the Cross of the Legion of Honour on the tunic of his son, Sub- Lieutenant Cousin. Various shots of the Military Governor decorating soldiers and civilians in the courtyard of Les Invalides. Father and son pose together for the camera (319ft).

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