Item is a film showing aviation scenes from with an airplane cockpit and aerial views of warships, snow scenes, on duty and candid street shots in Europe, the excavation of lot at 2316 W. 22nd Avenue, and the 1946 PNE Parade. People identified are Jean and Kenny McCuaig, their dog Perky, and Owen Wheatcroft.
Item is a film containing European travel footage, scenes from within an airplane cockpit and aerial views from the plane, candid scenes taken on foot of European buildings and street scenes, a military water drill and tourist footage.
Item is a film showing airplane scenes of the B.C. Coast including a seaplane parked near cabin on lake, aerial footage of mountains, rivers and populated regions along the B.C. Coast, float planes and aerial footage of Vancouver and the Lion's Gate Bridge.
Item is a film showing Jean and Kenny McCuaig's trip south to Las Vegas and the Santa Anita horse races, Annette Island and Ketchikan Alaska, Mount Waddington, playing baseball, surf boards, camping at Penticton, the Grey Cup Parade in 1962 and Harrison Hot Springs.
Item is a film showing various home movie scenes with the McCuaig family members and dog (Jocko) at home and at the cabin with friends, new Valiant convertible, Vincent Kendan McCuaig flying a plane, over the cabin and later over Seattle, Ucluelet and Tofino, moving to new home at 5078 Marguerite Street, Patricia McCuaig's debut at the Military Ball in 1966, water skiing and fishing.
Item is a film showing members of the McCuaig family fishing, water skiing and boating, a trip to California, the Sage Hotel, surfing, driving in a convertible, skiing, swimming, the family dog, aerial views from an airplane and the Abbotsford airshow.
Item is a film showing the Abbotsford airshow in 1967, a trip to California and Universal City [Studios] tour, Esmond and Ina Johnston with their dogs, Tijuana, television footage of Jean and Kenny McCuaig dancing on the Lawrence Welk show.
Item is a film showing an aircraft carrier in English Bay, the sun rise from Fontainebleau (Apt. 5455 Balsam Street, fishing in Campbell River, Nanaimo Bath Tub Race, and children running through sprinkler, swimming in an outdoor pool [at Fontainebleau].
Item is a documentary film documenting Vancouver street scenes and cityscapes as well as a variety of industrial activities. This films contains colour footage of a sea plane, mills and mining, shipbuilding, steel making, as well as Vancouver street scenes with people around Dunsmuir St. and the Georgia Hotel. The black and white portions of this film contain footage of Vancouver beach scenes.
Item is a film containing home movie footage filmed by Allan Crocker. The film shows Stanley Park including the Stanley Park zoo, birds and the Dining Pavilion; Coal Harbour; the Lion's Gate Bridge; Queen Elizabeth Park; a trip to [Caribou?]; an airport; and Christmas celebrations at the Crocker residence, 7347 West Boulevard.
Item is a documentary film documenting views and tourist attractions at Stanley Park (B.C). Film documents the Brockton Point Lighthouse, the south end of the Lions Gate (First Narrows) Bridge (1932-) with heavy vehicle traffic, the exterior of the Stanley Park Dining Pavilion, the seawall with cyclists, and the totem poles at Brockton Point. The film also contains footage of a float plane, cargo ship, squirrel, and several views of downtown Vancouver.
Item consists of a motion picture film containing Fox Movietone Newsreel footage of the opening of the Sea Island airport in Vancouver. The footage begins with a man prop-starting a small plane. Some shots of a group of men standing next to the plane are followed by the plane taxiing on the runway (VH-UPS on the side). Another shot of the same group of men [possibly including Mayor L.D. Taylor?] is followed by a cockpit shot of the pilot in the plane. Shots of the hanger and terminal building are followed by an unidentified speaker addressing the audience with a microphone and a brass band behind him.