More than enough to make a DVD.?One of my favourite Hood eras, she really has managed to capture the public's imagination around this time,
Even though some of the footage I've found shows only a passing glimpse I still think its worth having as part of her history, I hope you agree.
The Navy's "At Home" (1930)
We've Got A Navy! (1931)
Hood smoking in the background.
The Navy's "At Home" (1933)
Ready ... Aye ... Ready - Cuts (1933)
King Reviews Fleet (1934)
Hood was there, can't make her out!
Jack Ahoy! (1935)
HMS Renown Arrives At Portsmouth News In A Nutshell (1935)
Damage caused by collision with Hood.
Pageant Of Sea Power (1935)
News In A Nutshell (1935)
HMS Hood in Dry Dock, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Various shots of battleship having repairs made to her propeller. Ship collided with HMS Renown off coast of Spain
Portsmouth Navy Week (1935)
Hood in the background