Titles read: "Would you believe it? No. 2 Queen things the world over, Described by CHARLES EADE."
Various locations of events.
Various shots of a man and a pig hunting for truffles in the French (?) countryside. The pig snuffles them out and the man holds one for the camera then puts in in a basket.
In the United States of America we see several shots of a cafeteria where the customers sit at long tables and take what they want from food, drink and cutlery going by on a motorised tray train. (Footage looks like 1920s rather than 1934).
Several shots of a tree with its roots growing above ground in Havana, Cuba. People wander about and look at the tree and pay their admission at a nearby building. Commentator explains that the admission price includes free beer.
In Liverpool, Merseyside, we see various shots of the RSPCA Pets' Cemetery. Men trim the grass around the graves. C/U of gravestone for a greyhound killed by an electric hare. Three horses stand looking at a gravestone from behind their fence.
In Kensington Gardens we see a little girl feeding a squirrel. Then we see the famous statue of Peter Pan. C/U of a sculpted squirrel at the base of the statue as commentator points out it has been given rabbit ears (I think it has the elongated tufted ears of a red squirrel myself).