Issue title is PATHE PICTORIAL LOOKS AT HAPPINESS.
Mrs. Agnes Flint has just won £13000 on the football pools. M/S of Agnes picking up a pile of letters that have just come through her letter box. M/S of Agnes sitting at table covered in letters. The letters are from...
Pools winner Charlie Lee - a butcher - gives away free meat to celebrate good fortune.
The Isander Ladies' Diving Club put on a display at an indoor swimming pool.
Robb Wilton entertains as a bumbling solicitor who can't remember any of his clients or cases.
Former English and Dutch international footballers play a match to raise money for charity.
Great film showing the need for playgrounds to keep children amused.
Comedy football match played in Germany to raise money for Hitler's Winter Distress Fund.
Big Australian Rules Rugby championship to raise money for War Charities.
Women's charity football match to raise money for children of striking miners.
Ella Retford kicks off a charity football match between two teams of ladies in Liverpool.
Hampton Court grapes picked and sold for charity.
Stanley Wilson celebrates winning £100,000 on the pools. Hull.
Travelogue showing the wonders of Arizona including Wild West town and the Grand Canyon.
Lady Melchett presents cheques to Pools winners Sydney Keen and Arthur Webb.
Round up of sporting and holiday events for Bank Holiday.
A Loyal Message leaving from London, Women's football, a parade of Horses and wagons, the last post in Ypres, Shakespeare's Birthday, Motorcycle Hill Climbing and the Monaco Grand Prix
Good footage of horse racing at Northolt - lots of women are betting on the gee gees.
Long documentary about horse racing - mostly about the involvement of royalty.
Pathe News Review for 1955.
Good Robb Wilton story in which he plays a fireman.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Teenager Kenneth Hooton wins £6663 on the Pools.
Film stars go to racing meet at Sandown to collect money for children's charities.
Travelogue showing the attractions of Rome that lie off the tourist track.
Brighton students launch the 'Tubnik I', a motorised bath-boat, on Piddinghoe Lake.