The Trout Inn, Oxford in 1963.

trout-inn

I came across this short film by Pathé News who produced newsreels, cinemagazines, and documentaries from 1910 until 1970 and thought you Morsonians would find it interesting. The Trout Inn hasn’t changed much in the last fifty years. It was interesting to hear the narrator state that The Trout Inn was built as a guest house for the local nunnery.

For those in the UK of a certain age like me you may be glad to see the comedian Harry Worth and the actor Peter Butterworth in the clip.

Below the  Pathé News film is the film I made of my recent visit to The Trout Inn.

I hope you all enjoy. Take care.

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2 comments

  1. Thanks Chris. That was fascinating to watch.

    Seeing the Pathe News film reminded me that I met Bob Danvers Walker in the mid-70s when I worked in Ealing. A very nice man who had such a distinctive voice that people knew it was him when they heard him speak. I sold him a camera that day 🙂

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