Super 8 Stories: Cullybackey Scouts

Details

Location

Mournes

Year

1970s

Source

BBC NI

Format

Super 8

colour

Length

04min 50sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

BBC NI, Doubleband Films, Ken Johnston

Rights Holder

Doubleband Films, Ken Johnston

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Description

Join one of the leaders and some of the ex-Scouts from the Cullybackey Scout Group as they remember their time in the boy's club from the 1970s. Camping and outdoor activities abound in the amateur footage from their annual scout trips back in an age when outdoor pursuits still reigned before the advent games consoles. This clip appeared in Series 3, Programme 4 of 'Super 8 Stories'.

Shot List

Scout walking along street with sign saying “Cullybackey to Ballycastle” pinned to back of his rucksack. Various shots of scouts walking with backpacks including walking along country road, crossing a stream, and walking across grassy hillsides. Scouts consulting map on windy hillside. Scout lying back with feet in front of camera and opening them so that we see his face. Various shots in countryside on rainy day. Scout being chased by a goat. More walking shots. Cooking meal in the rain. Scouts lying in their tents. More walking shots. Various shots of putting up tents and cooking and eating meals. Swinging across river on rope. Diving from bridge into river. More meal-time shots. Sports shots at camp including football, tug-of-war and high jump. Swimming race in river. Boys wrestling on ground. More diving into river shots. Riding small motorbikes, horse riding and more diving into river and climbing a tree. More meal preparation and group of scouts in uniform eating ice cream. Scouts at rear of small boat with outboard motor. Ferry crossing with scouts sleeping and relaxing in seats.

Credits

Narrator: Maire Jones; Programme Accountant: Anne Hegarty; Production Assistant: Gillian Halliday; Camera: Michael Quinn; Sound: Paul Maynes; Music Consultants: Jim Meredith, Ralph McLean; Graphics: Alan Perry; Dubbing: One Zero Zero; Online Editor: Jonathan Fetherston; Researcher: Ben Price; Archivist: Evan Marshall; Assistant Producer: Jenny Waugh; Editor: Paul Devlin; Executive Producers: Alex Johnston, Michael Hewitt; Producer: Diarmuid Lavery; Director: Brian Henry Martin

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