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Bring Baby to Butlin's
Do you have a baby and a holiday problem? Come to Butlin's!
Advert 1960 1 mins
In this twee TV ad for Butlin's, the family-friendly nature of the holiday camps is the attraction. With a special dining room and a free nappy service, Butlin's encourages parents to have a very blithe break, and even to leave their children in the chalets in the evening. Baby (who remains nameless), seems to enjoy herself.
The Open Road
Advert 1926 10 mins Silent Location: York
There's no need to renew your socks with the Trojan Utility Car - you simply can't afford not to have one!
Advert 1969 1 mins
Travel to the Great Fair of London – with great fares on offer.
Advert 1934 16 mins Location: London
Romance blossoms over a discussion of fluid flywheels in this cinema ad for BSA cars, directed by Zoltan Korda.
Advert 1975 21 mins Location: Southampton
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Advert 1972 1 mins
Take a trip with off-peak away day travel.
Advert 1933 11 mins Silent
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Documentary 2019 6 mins
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Animation & Artists Moving Image 2018 4 mins
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Drama 2019 4 mins
A female police officer sees more than she bargained for on her first tough day in the force.
Drama 2019 8 mins
Two old friends take a walk on a summer's afternoon and discover they have less in common than they thought.
Documentary 2020 4 mins
Three young women live in a society which has ingrained gender roles as law. They face the difficulties of being queer women in a close-knit religious society.
Drama 2019 10 mins
Vojta and Rami roam around Prague, witnessing the damage caused by mass tourism.