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Boulter Family Films: Baby Girl And Father, Becontree (1964)
A nonplussed baby and besuited smoking dad pose for the cameras in this home movie, shot in the garden and interior of a house on the Becontree estate.
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Baby Cathy glares at the camera as she poses with mother and father Tony Boulter, the latter smoking and suited, in the garden of a house on the Becontree estate. An older sibling joins them and the action moves inside, with more cooing over the clapping bouncing baby, while sister plays with relatives and paper doll. Taken from the Boulter Family Films archive.
Barking & Dagenham Heritage and Archives Service